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The perfect preparation strategy for the RBI Grade B exam is a shining key to success for every aspirant who wishes to qualify for this exam! Therefore, every serious aspirant must first know the syllabus and Exam pattern well to come up with a perfect study plan.

Here is a preparation strategy for the RBI Grade B exam for beginners:

How to prepare for RBI Grade B exam?

Know the updated exam syllabus and pattern

The RBI Grade B exam consists of the following stages:

  • Phase – I Examination
  • Phase – II Examination
  • Interview

The syllabus for both exams is set and updated by the Reserve Bank of India. Get the updated syllabus for the Exam from the RBI official website. The Grade B Officer written exam is conducted in two phases, Phase-I & Phase-II. The RBI Grade B syllabus for Phase-I comprises four sections:

  • Reasoning Ability
  • Quantitative Aptitude
  • General Awareness
  • English Language

RBI Grade B Phase-II exam includes three sections:

  • Economic and Social Sciences
  • English
  • Finance & Management

RBI Grade B Phase-I is qualifying in nature. The scores in RBI Grade B Phase-II and Interview are considered for the final merit.

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Read previous year’s questions

Read previous year’s questions. Get familiarized with the pattern of examination and understand the expectations, and gather good quality study material, which does not overwhelm you.

Take a look at previous year cutoffs

Take a look at the previous year’s papers and analyze what kind of questions was asked in the paper. It will help you in determining the depth of each subject that you should prepare for.

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Solve at least one previous year’s paper

Try to solve at least one previous year’s paper. It will help you in analyzing your strengths and weaknesses. And what amount of effort you need to improve further. It will also help you in determining whether you need coaching or you can self-study.

Make realistic study Plans

Make study plans targeting your long-term and short-term goals. These study plans should be Month-wise, week-wise, day-wise, and hour-wise.

Month and week-wise study plan:

Don’t get scared by thinking of a month-long plan. Just have a rough idea of what you’ll cover in a month. For instance, the Phase-II syllabus will need an entire month for complete preparation. To make it easy, divide the syllabus week-wise. Do revision on the weekends.

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Day and Hour-wise study plan:

Your day and hour-wise study plan must focus on subtopics that need to be covered on a particular day. Begin your day by reading current affairs via newspapers or videos on YouTube or your preferred source. Have a proper and written routine that can guide on what to do when.  Then, break your day in time slots into hours. 6-8 hours of study a day at the beginning of starting your preparation is going to bring great results.

Section-wise preparation strategy for RBI Grade B Phase-I Exam

Let’s now concentrate on the section-wise study plan:

  1. Strategy for General Awareness: GA is the most important section as it has the highest weightage. It is also the least time-consuming section in terms of getting marks. There is no solving involved in it to get the answer. You just read it, and you know the answer. The key to perfect this section for RBI Grade B is taking Mock Tests.

2.      Strategy for the English Language:

English is also one of the most scoring sections for an aspirant who prepares well. You need to know all the basics of the language, say parts of speech and the structures of sentences to fetch maximum marks. The key to perfect this section for RBI Grade B is taking Mock Tests.

3.      Strategy for Reasoning:

The reasoning section guarantees you good marks if you have prepared questions on puzzles and seating arrangement, etc. Visit previous year’s questions to know what can be asked in the upcoming paper. The key to perfecting this section for RBI Grade B is taking Mock Tests.

4.      Strategy for Quantitative Aptitude:

The questions in the Quantitative Aptitude section are said to be slightly easier than the reasoning section. Plus, and the concepts are easy to understand. But, a lot of practice is needed to remember all the concepts. The key to perfecting this section for RBI Grade B is taking Mock Tests.

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Sectional mock test

You need not make a reference to Mock Tests in your timetable. You just need to add it to your preparation schedule. Take sectional Mock Tests, after studying a particular subject. This will be a good revision daily. Try to solve as many sectional mocks as you can.  Analyze your mistakes and work on them.

Solve full mock test:

Full-length Mock Tests must be solved after you’ve covered at least 70% of the entire syllabus. Analyze the result properly. Learn from the mistakes and repeat the process.

Mock-test before 3 weeks of the Exam

Start taking Mock Tests when there are only 3 weeks left for RBI Grade B prelims. Don’t forget that there is a sectional cutoff in the Prelims that you need to qualify to get into the final merit. In addition, try to solve full-length mock tests as much as you can, in the stipulated time. Try to complete the test in one go. Make sure the Test conditions are similar to what you’ll be facing during the actual Exam time.

Analyze the mock test

After every Mock Test, try your best to analyze your result. Do it with care! Find your weaknesses, and if you find you need to clear a concept, then you should learn that new concept. This will only make your answers accurate and improve your timing.

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Revision:

Revise your notes and focus on your Prelims only at this stage.  If you’ll fail in Prelims your journey towards Phase-II or RBI Grade B Mains will be immediately ended. Practice hard, and in case you need further assistance enrol in our online Mock Tests Series at PracticeMock.com to propel your RBI Grade B preparation.

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