Reasoning Section Revision-RBI Grade-B-Phase-I Exam 2021

Without any doubt, the reasoning section is a scoring section in the RBI (Reserve bank of India) Grade B exam. To score good marks in this section, you need to prepare well and then keep revising it regularly. Reasoning sections consist of 60 questions of 60 marks. Hence, it becomes important to practice it well. Reasoning entertains questions mostly from:

  • Syllogism
  • Seating Arrangement
  • Puzzle
  • Input-Output
  • Blood Relation
  • Logical / Analytical Reasoning
  • Data Sufficiency
  • Inequality
  • Coding-Decoding
  • Miscellaneous Questions

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If you have prepared all the topics mentioned above, you can apply a few tips and tricks to revise the Reasoning section then this article will help you in it.

Previous Year’s Marks Distribution for RBI Grade B Reasoning

This old table given below will give you an idea of the weightage given to different topics of Reasoning Section:

TopicWeightage
Coding-Decoding2-6 questions
Distance & Direction Test1-3 Questions
Blood Relations1-3 Questions
Ranking 2-3 Questions
Linear Seating Arrangement5-10 Questions
Circular Seating Arrangement5-10 Questions
Syllogism5-7 questions
Data Sufficiency5 questions
Puzzle5 questions

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Revision Tips-Device topic-wise revision strategy

Here are the few tips and tricks for the last week to revise each topic quickly and effectively:

1.      Syllogism

You can easily solve questions of syllogism by making Venn-diagrams. Practice as many questions as you can, daily, to ensure good results.

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2.      Blood Relation

The blood Relation section consists of questions related to single-person blood relation, coded blood relation, or multiple-person. You can use representation through diagrams or diagrammatic representation to solve questions of this section.

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3.      Seating Arrangement

This section consists of a lot of question that constitutes the entire Reasoning section. The best formula to solve questions on seating arrangement is by doing regular practice, after understanding the basics of Seating Arrangement properly.

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4.      Solve previous years’ Question papers & Mock Tests regularly

Practicing previous years’ question papers will help you in knowing the pattern and variations from each topic that represents the reasoning section. Again, try to solve as many past papers as you can, at least.

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The mock test is a replica of the actual exam. So, a Mock test helps you to strengthen the core and important concepts of this section. Plus, it helps you to learn and apply time-management techniques for better results. It helps in developing your own strategy for the exam day. You can better plan and the upcoming RBI Grade B Phase-I Exam by solving Mock Tests.

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5.      Follow Revision plan regularly Solve Mock test regularly

Last but not least, you need to go for sectional Mock Tests along with revision. Revise the basics of each and every topic of the section. Solve as many questions as you can daily in one attempt. Watch carefully the time taken to solve questions and try to increase the speed with every attempt.

The RBI Grade B Paper 1 Exam Pattern details are given below:

SectionsTotal No. of QuestionsMarksExam Duration
Reasoning606045 minutes
General Awareness808025 minutes
English Language303025 minutes
Quantitative Aptitude303025 minutes

Note:

  • For each right answer, 1 mark will be awarded to the candidate.
  • For each wrong attempt, 0.25 marks will be deducted from the candidate’s score.

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Keep in Mind

Firstly, in reasoning, try to target topics like syllogisms, inequalities, directions, coded inequalities, and data sufficiency. Secondly, Try to complete the easy questions first and then go to puzzles and other questions, or whatever suits your practice. Study all types of questions related to targeted sections. Take the help of videos on YouTube. However, don’t go for watching every video of Tom, Dick and harry. Select a good teacher, select a topic, and then watch all conceptual videos related to it. Try to apply all in Mock Tests.

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And lastly, at the time of the actual exam, try to attempt questions other than Puzzles, like, inequalities, blood relations, direction-based questions, and Assertion reason type questions, so that you can clear sectional cutoff first. Then attempt questions on puzzles in the remaining time.

Best of luck for your revision!

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