The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) conducted Phase I online examination for recruitment of Grade B Officers on 22nd November 2015 in two shifts.
Below is a review of RBI Grade B Phase I exam prepared by our academic experts. This includes exams analysis as well as expected cutoffs for RBI Grade B Phase I 2015.
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Pattern of RBI GRADE B PHASE I
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RBI GRADE B PHASE I EXAM ANALYSIS
Overall the exam was tough and good number of attempts in the exam were 110-120.
English was easy to moderate and candidates could easily attempt 18-25 Questions. Topic wise break up of the section.
Spot the error – 5
Reading Comprehension ( Brazil’s Economy) -10
Para jumble( 7 Sentence Parajumble about India, China) -5
Cloze test (About Inequality ) -10
Overall, the Reasoning section was moderate to difficult. A good number of attempts in the exam were 28-35. Topics from which questions were asked:
Puzzles : 10
Seating Arrangement : 10
Coding Decoding : 5
Data Sufficiency : 5
Input Output Machine : 5
Inequality : 5
Syllogism : 10
Misc : 10
Quantitative Aptitude was the most difficult section of the test and a good number of attempts in this section were 11-15. Topics from which questions were asked:
DI : 10
Caselets : 5
Series : 5
Arithmetic Questions( Age,Boats,Percentage, Boats and Streams etc) : 10
Overall, the GA section was easy to moderate and a well prepared candidate could attempt 45-50 questions. Questions covered topics such as National and International Affairs, World Organisations, Banking abbreviations, Dates and Days, Books and authors, Census, etc.
Schemes launched by Modi Government in last 1 year were focus of many questions in the exam.
Expected Cutoff for RBI Grade B Phase I
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