NABARD has finally released the Grade A and B 2021 notification, with over 148 vacancies for Assistant Managers in Grade A for RDBC (Rural Development Banking Service) and 5 for Assistant Managers in Grade A (for Rajbhasha Service), and 2 for the post of Assistant Managers in Grade A (Protocol and Security Service).
In addition, there are also 7 vacancies for the post of Manager in Grade B (RDBS). As per the notification, the online applications registrations will begin on 17th July 2021 and continue till 7th August 2021. The detailed notification, containing the syllabus and pattern of the Exam, is expected to come out in a couple of days on the career section of NABARD’S official website.
As most of the students choose to go for the post of Assistant Managers in Grade A or Grade B, so we will talk about tips to beat the Grade A Exam 2021 and discuss how to avoid all those mistakes that so many aspirants commit while preparing for NABARD Grade-A Exam.
Section-Wise to Prepare for NABARD Grade A 2021 Exam
Here, are the best section-wise preparation tips to crack the NABARD Grade A 2021:
1. Reasoning Section
The reasoning section comes with 20 questions and can harm your chances of clearing the Exam, as the sectional cut-off for this section is very low. But it can also prove to be an enormously scoring section if you have prepared it well.
Last year Exam saw questions on lengthy puzzles, having 3-5 questions for each puzzle. You should go prepared to face lengthy puzzles as such questions are likely to appear again in the Exam. You can solve them with a caring attitude. Plus, questions on syllogism are most likely to appear in the Exam.
Tip to beat it: You need to select questions that you can answer quickly and accurately. Don’t waste your time on a puzzle you find hard to solve. Be quick in judging the difficulty level of the questions, before putting any effort into solving it. Spending no more than 17-18 minutes attempting 12-15 questions correctly can be an ideal strategy for this section.
2. Quantitative Aptitude Section
This section invites 20 questions. To clear this section, you must master the percentage-fraction conversion to save a lot of time during the Exam. Practice questions on Data Interpretation, approximation, and simplification.
If you can master focusing on calculations while attempting questions, you’d easily answer this section in the Exam time.
Tip to beat it: You need to choose easier topics like approximation and simplification before going for other questions. You should aim for attempting at least 15 questions within 20 minutes with accuracy.
3. Computer Knowledge Section
Students who are weak in computers or those who have non-computer backgrounds may find this section difficult. After covering the syllabus properly and taking regular Mock Tests, you can make this section scoring.
This section has 20 questions that vary in terms of difficulty. Most of the questions are basic questions that test your knowledge of multiple areas of the computer.
Tip to beat it: This section can prove to be hugely scoring for you if you can master all the basic information about hardware and software and the technical terms used in it. Stick to the syllabus.
4. General Awareness Section
GA section has 20 questions, which revolve around the major current developments in the fields of agriculture, social issues, and rural development. Questions based on government schemes are important and are likely to appear in the upcoming Exam. Questions on important names, obituaries, and locations of national parks, dams, etc. get featured a lot in this section. Plus, Banking terms can make their way into this section this year.
Tip to beat it: Use the elimination method while answering the questions in this section. Most questions in this section are framed in such a way that if you possess some knowledge about the topic in question, you can easily and quickly eliminate the incorrect choices to find the correct answers. Take a Mock Test and try this method to answer as many questions as you can and prepare yourself to score better in the actual exam.
5. English Language Section
The English section consists of 40 questions. To clear this section, you need to make reading a daily Habit, clear the basics of Grammar, work on enhancing your vocabulary, and practice various structures of sentences. The difficulty level of last year’s paper was medium, and this level is expected this year too. But you need to be ready to face tough questions and practice a lot to grab a good score in it.
Tip to beat it: This section invites a lot of questions on Error spotting and fillers. If you will go to the exam with proper practice and strategy, it can become one of the most scoring sections of the paper for you.
6. Agriculture and Rural Development Section
This section can become a scoring section for you if you can attempt the questions with proper understanding and not guesswork. The questions can be tricky at times.
Tip to beat it: Avoid wild guessing. Read the question properly. Try to attempt 28-30 questions in this section with accuracy and you can steal a good score.
7. Economic and Social Issues Section
This section often has questions related to General Awareness and issues related to Rural India.
Tip to beat it: Focus on current affairs, especially initiatives related to the economy and rural India. Try to attempt 28-30 questions in this section with accuracy and you can steal a good score.
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Now that you have got all the tips needed to crack the NABARD Grade-A Exam 2021, you must buckle up to ace your preparation to achieve your goal. Give Mock Tests as much as you can and make a proper strategy to apply at the time of the actual NABARD Grade A examination 2021.
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