NABARD Exam Analysis and Cutoff

NABARD Exam Analysis and Cutoff 15th May 2016.

NABARD Exam Analysis and Cutoff

NABARD Exam was conducted on 15th May 2016. Below we provide section-wise NABARD Exam Analysis and Cutoff.

NABARD Exam Overall Exam Analysis – 15th May 2016

Pattern of Exam: 200 Marks, 200  Questions

  • English Language: 40 Questions
  • Reasoning: 40 Questions
  • Quantitative Aptitude: 30 Questions
  • General Awareness: 20 Questions
  • Computer Literacy: 20 Questions
  • Agriculture and Rural Development: 25 Questions
  • Economic and Social Issues: 25 Questions

NABARD Exam Analysis

A total of 200  questions were asked in the examination. The overall exam was moderate. A few sections  were a bit hard.

A good number of attempts in the exam were 120-130 (Out of 200)

NABARD Exam Sectionwise Analysis: English Language

English section was a bit moderate and a well-prepared candidate could attempt 25-30 questions. Questions were asked from following topics

  • Reading Comprehension
  • Error Detection
  • Fill in the blanks

NABARD Exam Analysis: Reasoning

Overall, the section was a bit hard and a well prepared candidate could attempt 18-22 Questions. Questions were asked from topics like

  • Analogy
  • Classification
  • Blood Relation

NABARD Exam Analysis: Quantitative Aptitude

Overall, the section was tough and time consuming  and a well prepared candidate could  attempt 12-15 Questions.

Questions were asked from following topics

  • Arithmetic Ability
  • Time and Work
  • Ratio and Proportion
  • Simple Interest
  • Data Interpretation

NABARD Exam Analysis: General Awareness 

Overall, the GA section was easy and a well-prepared candidate could attempt more than 15 questions. Questions were asked from topics like

  • Static GK
  • Current Affairs
  • Banking

NABARD Exam Analysis: Computer Literacy

Overall, the section was easy and a well prepared candidate could easily attempt more than 15 questions in it

NABARD Exam Analysis: Agriculture and Rural Development

Overall, the section was easy and a well prepared candidate could easily attempt 15-20 questions in it

NABARD Exam Analysis: Social and Economic Issues

Overall, the section was easy and a well prepared candidate could easily attempt 15-20 questions in it

NABARD Exam Expected Cut-offs for Exam

Based on today’s paper, the expected cutoff for NABARD Paper will be:

  • General: 110-115 Out of 200
  • OBC :  100-105 Out of 200
  • SC/ST: 90-95 Out of 200

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