NABARD Grade A Exam Analysis 2023 Shift 1: October 16, 2023

ByDivya Sharma

Oct 16, 2023

NABARD Grade A Exam Analysis 2023 Shift 1: October 16, 2023: The NABARD Grade A Preliminary Exam was conducted successfully online on October 16, 2023. We have prepared the exam analysis based on the candidates review who appeared in the examination. This blog post covers the details of NABARD Grade A Exam Analysis 2023 Shift 1.

NABARD Grade A 2023 Exam Pattern

Check the NABARD Grade A Preliminary Exam Pattern compiled in the table format below:

NABARD Grade A Exam Analysis 2023 Shift 1: Difficulty Level

We provide a review of the difficulty level of the questions in the NABARD Grade A Preliminary Exam 2023. Candidates can check details available in the table format.

NABARD Grade A Preliminary Exam Analysis: Good Attempts

Let’s have a look at the NABARD Grade A Exam Analysis 2023 and overall good attempts based on the expert review.

NABARD Grade A Exam Analysis 2023: Section-Wise

Candidates who appeared in NABARD Grade A exam 2023 eagerly want to know section-wise exam analysis. Our experts prepared the section-wise exam analysis of the Shift 1 exam.

English Language

English Language had 20 questions in the NABARD Grade A Preliminary Exam. All the questions asked in the exam are easy level. Check the topic-wise list of questions asked in the English Language section.

• Double Fillers – 5
• Misspelt Word – 5
• Reading Comprehension (ARAL Sea) – 7
• Phrase Replacement – 3

Test of Reasoning

20 marks are allotted to the Test of Reasoning section in the Preliminary Exam. Furthermore, candidates found that 20 questions asked are of moderate difficulty level. So, have a look at the topic-wise questions in the Reasoning section.

• Puzzle – 10
• Syllogism – 3
• Direction – 1
• Data Sufficiency – 3

Quantitative Aptitude

A detailed analysis of the Quantitative Aptitude section is provided below of NABARD Grade A Exam Analysis 2023 Shift 1. Candidates can check the topic-wise questions.

• Time and Work: 2-3
• Ratio Proportion: 1
• Boat and Stream: 2-3
• SI and CI: 2-3
• Wrong Number Series: 5
• Pie Chart Data Interpretation: 5

Decision Making

Decision Making section carries 10 marks weightage and 10 questions are asked in this section to test candidates knowledge in analytical and decision making skills. Take a look at the topic-wise questions covered in this qualifying section.

• Critical Questions

Computer Knowledge

The Computer Knowledge section is qualifying in the NABARD Grade A Preliminary Examination. Let’s check out the questions asked from topics in the Computer section in the shift 1 exam.

• Open Data Software
• CD – ROM – Full Form
• Microsoft Office
• Shortcut Keys

General Awareness

Candidates found questions asked from the General Awareness section are of easy to moderate difficulty levels. Questions from the current affairs section asked from August to September current affairs.

Economic & Social Issues

ESI section carries 40 marks value in the Preliminary exam. This section covers mainly current events so, check out the topics covered in the exam in ESI.

• National Food Security Act
• G20- 3
• Economic Survey
• PM Vishwakarma
• National Skill Development
• Swachh Bharat Mission

Agriculture & Rural Development

The Agriculture & Rural Development section carries 40 marks weightage in the Preliminary Examination. Mainly static questions are asked in this section. Check out the topic-wise questions asked in the exam.

• Types of Rocks
• Outlay of Fisheries
• Drip Irrigation
• Drip Irrigation
• Outlay of Fisheries
• Animal Husbandry
• Pruning
• Rill Erosion
• Poultry
• Mixed Farming
• Carnation Scientific Name

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