IBPS RRB Officer Scale 1 Admit Cards are now Out. Kindly download them.
IBPS RRB Officer Scale 1 Admit Cards
IBPS RRB Officer Scale 1 admit cards have been issued. It’s time to pace up your preparation.
IBPS RRB Exam Pattern
|Name of Section||Marks allotted per section||Total number of questions in the section|
|Total||200 marks||200 questions|
IBPS RRB Preparation Tips
Now that the IBPS RRB Officer Scale 1 Admit Cards are out, it’s time to pace up your preparation. Here are some section wise preparation tips.
This section is one of the most loved sections of the examination as it is most awarding. The candidates should focus heavily on the basics. To score heavily in this section, the candidates need to focus more on the analytical part of the Reasoning rather than going hard by simulating the shortcuts. Remember the shortcuts won’t be in mind during the exam. Practice hard and practice daily.
The question will be based on a comprehension passage and the candidate needs to answer the questions that follow based on the passage. The trick to clear this section lies in increasing your reading speed. The passages will be lengthy and you will be tempted to skip it or leave it for later. Do not make this mistake! Practice reading newspapers and books and learn to increase your reading speed. You need to be able to skim through the passage to get a general sense of the passage. Once that is done you can easily jot down the answers to the questions. Remember that each section counts and this is one of the easiest sections. Make the most of the advantage!
This section is among the most feared section of the examination because the vastness of the syllabus. The questions are often analytical and take time to solve. But for an RRB aspirant, they need to quickly wrap this section in order to score better in the examination. The candidates should understand that this section is hard for every candidates and being good in this section will obviously increase your chances. Hence they need to practice hard every day. Go by topic preparation first. Make all the exercises repeatedly before going on to make the question booklet. The questions in this section are basically asked from the following topics:
- Decimal and Fractions
- Simplification, Percentages
- Ratio and Proportion
- Interest (Simple and Compound) Profit and Loss
- Time and distance
- Problems on Sharing
- Frequency polygon
This section is the easiest and most scoring of all the sections as the candidates only need to keep in the mind the recent activities. To score better in this section the candidates need to focus more on the daily news by reading the newspaper. They must keep in mind that at least 70% of the questions in this section will come directly from the Newspaper. Hence they must read and write down whatever they find on the daily basis in a separate note book. If you are aware about daily events and activities in India with daily newspaper habit seriously you can easily cover most of the part of general knowledge. You can easily score well in this part of exam.
GK Paper covers most of the part with current affairs so focus on it seriously specially related to Banking & Finance Sector. The question in this section is asked from the following topics:
- Current Affairs of last 6 months
- Indian Economy Questions
- Awards & Honors Sports
- History of Banking
- Banking Terms
- RBI Functions
- Fiscal Monetary Policies etc.
This section is based purely on the comfort level of the candidate with the respective language. The candidate can choose either of the two languages and it only makes sense to choose the one you are most comfortable with. Read books and newspapers in the language that you have chosen. This will help you practice your comprehension skills. The most important part of this section is to be well versed with the grammar of the language. You must practice grammar based questions to score high in this section.
This section has put in the examination to deliberately check the proficiency of the candidate in handling the computer operations. To score heavily in this section, the candidates must be aware about the computer basics and focus should be to learn everything by heart. The questions in this section come from the following topics:
- Basic of Computers
- Computer Organization
- Generations of computer
- Input & Output Device
- Shortcuts & Basic knowledge MS word
- MS Excel, MS power point
- Memory Orientation
- Computer Abbreviations
- Modern day Technology