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RBI Assistant Prelims is falling on Feb 14, 2020, which leaves you with 32 days for your preparation. With lakhs of aspirants in the fray, you need to be ready for the competition. RBI Assistant Prelims 2020 is a speed-based test which will test your skills in all the 3 sections viz. English Language, Numerical Ability & Reasoning Ability. You need to be thorough with different topics of these 3 sections so as to secure your place in the Mains exam. Please also keep in mind that Prelims score are only a gateway to Mains and will not be considered in the final selection. You need to score sufficiently high to clear the sectional as well as overall cut-offs of Prelims. We have already covered the Reasoning Syllabus & Preparation Strategy for RBI Assistant Prelims and in this article, we’ll be covering the RBI Assistant Prelims Quants Prep Strategy & the Syllabus.

Let’s have a look at the RBI Assistant 2020 Prelims Exam Pattern:

## RBI Assistant Prelims 2020- Quantitative Aptitude Syllabus

Knowing the syllabus of Quantitative Aptitude is extremely important before formulating the RBI Assistant Prelims Quants Prep Strategy. Once you get to know the different topics of Quantitative Aptitude Syllabus, you should start picking one topic at one time, understand the concept by watching online videos or from books and practice a lot of questions to get mastery on it. Below is the syllabus. Have a look:

• Age Problems
• Average
• Boats and Stream
• Clock and Calendar Problems
• Data Analysis & Interpretation– Charts and Graphs: Line Graph, Bar Graph, Pie Chart; Tabular; Caselet; Mixed DI
• Data Sufficiency
• Decimal and Fractions
• Indices and  Surds
• LCM and H.C.F
• Mensuration
• Mixture and Allegations
• Number Series
• Number System
• Partnership
• Percentage
• Permutation and Combination
• Pipes and Cisterns
• Probability
• Profit, Loss and Discount
• Simple and Compound Interest
• Simplification & Approximation

## RBI Assistant Prelims Quants Prep Strategy

Before you get started with your preparation, it’s important that you know your current preparation level. Take a Free Mock Test of RBI Assistant Prelims and the analysis that you get will help you understand your weak area. Once you’re notified of the areas where you need improvement, it will be easy for you to drive your preparation in the right direction. After you have taken the Free Mock Test, pick a topic at one time and start preparing for it. For eg. in the above-given topics, let’s say you pick the topic which is ‘Data Analysis & Interpretation’.

Now, this topic is extremely exhaustive and comprises of different types of charts & graphs. Pick a graph, say ‘Line Graph’ and understand the different aspects of it properly. Check if there are any shortcuts/tricks available online in the form of videos. Also, check what kinds of questions have been asked previously. Once that is done, start solving questions on Line Graph. Analysis your attempts with the help of detailed solutions and see where are you lacking. Once you get the feeling that you have solved enough number of questions, move to a different topic. Finish this exercise by the 1st week of February 2019.

## Test Your Preparation by Taking RBI Assistant Prelims 2020 Mock Tests

Once the above exercise is done for most of the topics mentioned in the syllabus, it’s time to test your quantitative aptitude skills in a controlled environment. Start solving Mock Tests to understand your performance and to improve upon it. Spend more time at mock tests’ analysis as the key to better performance would be lying over there. Have a look at the detailed solutions of the questions you answered incorrectly and see where’s the gap in your understanding. Similarly, have a look at the solutions of the questions you couldn’t answer. Skipping an easy/moderate question wouldn’t make sense. The mock test will also provide you with your All India Rank so that it’ll be easy for you to track how much more effort do you need to put to be amongst the top performers.

This is all from us in this article. Remember, the key to success lies in practising and there’s no better tool to practice than mock tests. If you have any input for us, please feel free to use the comment box below.

Wishing you good luck with your preparation!

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