NABARD Exam Analysis and Cutoff

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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

Tell us how was your NABARD Grade A and Grade B Exam attempt? If you have any queries regarding the Exam Analysis, results and cutoffs, we will be glad to answer them.

  • Sankar92

    Since the Vacancies are very less, I think the cutoff would be 20 marks higher than what was mentioned here

    • Sravan Sahoo

      But the paper was also tough…I think the cutoff will be around 110.

      • Sankar92

        Lets hope for the best. I have attempted 160 ( Eventhough the accuracy was poor). I felt only quant and Input output from reasoning was tougher.

        • Sravan Sahoo

          i felt quant was calculative and puzzles in reasoning were also time taking,,,attempted 125

          • Sankar92

            I expect 105 above as per my accuracy. Lets see. It has been so long after i left preparation. Couldnt go well with G.K questions. Otherwise could have scored little more. So i thought who were at their best could have got around 120. Lets hope for best 🙂

        • Sravan Sahoo

          accuracy matters,,,lets see!!

  • Ajaypratap Singh

    TOTAL-131,Reasoning-15,Quant-17,english-37,Agriculutre-18,Awareness-12,Computer-18,economic-14.with accuracy of 85-90% in agri,eco,comp,english,awareness.Though i believe i may not be able to clear due to less attempts in reasoning plus in accordance with number of vacancies of exam cutoff can be more by 5-10 numbers than your analysis.But then at last why to lose the hope specially when i have not given my 100%.I sincerely wish that my assumption goes wrong.

    • AMIT CHAUDHARY

      Ajay Do not loose hope.

      • Ajaypratap Singh

        Sure sir,never ever it would happen. ??

        • AMIT CHAUDHARY

          Thats the spirit

  • Ameeth Havaldar

    Expected cut off for quant???

    • AMIT CHAUDHARY

      Approx 10

  • Jasmine Rathee

    I felt the quant was pathetic and di questions were little time consuming. . Still i managed to go for 165 attempt.. hoping for the best

    • Sankar92

      Dont worry u could make it even with 80-90% accuracy 🙂

  • Siri

    Sir what is the approximate number of candidates that have applied for the generalist post??I git to know very less applications were received and that is the reason for extending the last day for applying by a week.. Kindly clarify.

    • AMIT CHAUDHARY

      Yes Candidates are less, but we do not have any exact idea about the number

  • Abhishek

    Sir, Does the notification mention about sectional cutoff ?

    • AMIT CHAUDHARY

      Notification did not mention it

      • Abhishek

        Sir that mean , in total we have to maximize … i have attempted 132 and expect upto 110-15.. but have attempted just 18 in reasoning .. what are my chances !1

        • AMIT CHAUDHARY

          18 will be sufficient for reasoning

  • Sir I have attempted 122 with

    Sir I have attempted 122 with accuracy 80-90% but due to time constrain I was able to attempt only 5 question in quant so kindly suggest me Is there any chance for me to clear prelim… m SC candidate..

    • AMIT CHAUDHARY

      Overall your marks are good, But marks in quants are too low. Lets hope for the best

  • Vedika

    Hi. I attempted 119 with 5-6 wrong answers. But in quant I could only attempt 9 and in reasoning 12. Is there a chance that I might clear the prelims?