# RBI Grade B 2024 Quantitative Aptitude Preparation Strategy, Tips

#### ByDivya Sharma

Jul 10, 2024
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RBI Grade B 2024 Quantitative Aptitude Preparation Strategy: In the RBI Grade B Phase, Quantitative Aptitude is an integral section to test the analytical and problem-solving abilities of candidates. This section holds a weightage of 30 marks/30 questions. Objective-based questions asked in Quantitative Aptitude. Improving scores in Quantitative Aptitude demands applying the right approach to work on concepts, important formulas, and practice questions. While writing this blog, I realized many candidates targeting RBI Grade B wasting time waiting for official notification. Start your early exam prep to get advantage in achieving target scores.

## RBI Grade B 2024 Quantitative Aptitude Preparation Strategy

Aspirant needs to understand the weightage of the Quantitative Aptitude section in RBI Grade B Exam 2024. Before starting with studying and solving questions in particular topics. Aspirants should take time to analyze and understand an expected number of questions from Quantitative Aptitude topics. So that, you’re clear from your side on how to prioritize your time to study a particular list of topics and solve questions.

## Tips for Quantitative Aptitude Preparation for RBI Grade B

The difficult level in Quantitative Aptitude is moderate-difficult RBI Grade B Phase 1 exam. Candidates grip analytical and problem-solving abilities. Emphasize solving questions. We provided tips to aspirants to start preparing for the Quantitative Aptitude section.

### Basic Formulas & Calculation

Aspirants have to work on building basic and calculation skills to score good marks in the Quantitative Aptitude section. Figure out your strong and weak areas to start working on them. Make plans on how to memorize important concepts.

### Strengthen Conceptual Knowledge

Conceptual knowledge would not work out in any way if you don’t know how to apply it. Focus on memorizing concepts and being aware of how to use them solving questions.

### Master Shortcut Techniques

Look for effective shortcut techniques to face 30 questions in Quantitative Aptitude for RBI Grade B Phase 1. You get a composite time of 120 minutes. Knowledge of shortcuts can help to solve Quant questions quickly in exams. You have to attempt questions from the remaining three sections Reasoning, English, and General Awareness. Your work is to gain knowledge and how to execute them to boost scores.

### Solve Topic-Wise & Sectional Quant Questions

Master in Quantitative Aptitude concepts by memorizing formulas. Enable your problem-solving abilities by starting to practice topic-wise and sectional questions. Start with daily topic tests and use weekends to attempt sectional tests in Quantitative Aptitude.

### Cover Important Formulas in Notes

Make a notebook to cover a list of all important formulas in the Quantitative Aptitude section for Phase 1. Getting 14-16 accurate attempts from Quant can pave your way to achieving cut off marks in RBI Grade B Phase 1. Devote your time to revise formulas frequently on solving questions.

### Problem-Solving Abilities

Improve your problem-solving abilities by knowing the best possible ways to deal with a particular set of questions in Quantitative Aptitude. You should be aware of what questions to attempt on a priority basis in the actual exam. Figure out your strategies so that, you are left with ample time to solve questions from other sections.

### Develop Mental Calculation Abilities

In Phase 1, you can find lengthy and tricky questions in Quantitative. Focus on practice to develop mental calculation skills. You can solve questions within 5-7 minutes of the exam.

### Revise Concepts & Formulas

Start your revision time for Quantitative Aptitude by revising important formulas and concepts. You don’t miss out on anything important for the Phase 1 exam.

### Take Mock Tests Regularly

Make a weekend schedule to solve RBI Grade B Phase 1 Mock Tests. Take time to know your mistakes and plan how to eliminate them in the exam. Committing silly mistakes can cost you losing 1/4 mark in negative marking.

### Maintain Positive Attitude

Preparing for the Quantitative Section requires maintaining a positive outlook. You may feel exhausted dealing with tricky questions and formulas. Take rest and refresh your mind to start again with exam preparation.

## Takeaway

Stay ahead of competitors in RBI Grade B Quantitative Aptitude preparation by strengthening your concepts. Only a strong command of concepts and problem-solving can get you 14-16 accurate attempts in the Phase 1 exam. Follow preparation tips & tricks in the Quantitative Aptitude section mentioned in blog post.

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#### By Divya Sharma

My Role as a Content Writer in PracticeMock is to craft research based blogs. I ensure that aspirants get accurate information on government exams through blogs.