Nothing may instill more amounts of fear and anxiety in the minds of some students than big competitive exams like the RBI Grade B Exam. The exam is still 3 days away! No doubt the exam is tough and the seats vacant are only 322 in number. But fear it may create does more harm than good in these types of exams, as has been proven time and again. Let’s say you have done all the preparation required to appear in the exam. But you still don’t have the confidence to give your best in the exam! Don’t worry! Forget the fear and seriously focus on Last Minute Preparation for a better appearance and results in the exam in these last 2 days that are left for the examination.
As you know, the recruitment will be done in 3 phases, namely, phase-I phase-II, and the interview part. This phase-I exam which will be held on 6 March 2021 will consist of 4 sections. Candidates will be given 120 minutes to complete the paper.
Thus, this article gives you last-minute tips for all the students who are going to appear in the RBI Grade B examination 2021. These tips given below will greatly be helpful for the last day’s preparation.
RBI Grade B 2021-Section-Wise Last minute Revision tips
Now we’ll discuss some last-minute revision tips devoted to each section of the exam. These last-minute revision tips will surely boost your confidence and keep you motivated for better results.
- General Awareness
Be prepared to answer questions on the current and banking awareness. Do a quick revision of all the reforms and schemes introduced by the RBI. Revise the current affairs of the last six months and topics like:
- Monetary Policy
- Repo Rates
- Business News
- Fiscal Policy, etc.
Don’t forget to revise questions and your notes from all-important topics like:
- Seating Arrangement
- Number Series
- Blood Relation, etc.
Go through the previous year’s paper to get a glimpse of the type of questions asked in the exam.
Practice English questions from previous year’s question papers to get an idea of the type of questions that are being asked in the exam. Revise the syllabus and the basic fundamentals of the English language. Attempt at least two mock tests before the exam to add speed and accuracy to your attempt.
4. Quantitative Aptitude
To master this section you should master the shortcut tricks for Quantitative Aptitude. This will not only save your time while doing calculations but will also contribute to the overall result.
Some more important tips
Here are some more general yet very important tips that could affect the outcome of your exam:
Last Day Mock test
After you have revised all the important or key topics, the best to test your speed with accuracy is by taking mock tests. The success in the RBI Grade B exam lays in the proper distribution of sectional timings. Hence, it is important to attempt as many mock tests as possible just before the actual exam. The mock test could be called the actual key to success in this competitive exam. In short, after giving every mock test, analyze your performance. Try to increase the number of attempted questions in every other Mock test and try to convert your wrong attempts to the right attempts.
Take care of Time Management
It is essential to smartly manage the given time duration in the exam. You should attempt as many questions as possible within the given 120 minutes. So, it is better to not give more time to a specific question. Don’t stick to one question, don’t waste your time.
Take a look at previous years’ question papers
Now that you’ve revised the entire syllabus, it is understood that you must have already gone through the previous year’s question papers. So, you need to go through them once more with an eye on the clock. Devote the time allotted to every section just like the actual exam to every question to test your preparation. This will greatly add to your confidence and demonstrate your weaknesses. With this practice, you will be able to give at least some time to work on before the actual RBI Grade B Exam.
Feel Confident & keep calm
You should not panic before or in the actual exam. Keep your mind calm, composed, and in a good frame. This will surely help you to perform better in the exam.
Know your Exam Centre & visit it before time
Have you seen the exam center you’ll be giving your exam in? It is important to visit the location one day before the exam. Plus, check the reporting time printed on the admit card a day before the Exam, to avoid any mishap, unnecessary stress, or problem. Try to reach the RBI Grade B exam Centre one hour before the scheduled time of the exam.
- Do not start your revision with a new topic. Revise the ones you have already prepared. Go through all your notes first.
- Good health always brings good results or outcomes. Eat properly and meditate.
- Read the instructions very carefully.
- Keep the required documents with you.
- Do not take much time on a single question during the examination. This will lessen your speed of attempting other questions.
- Do not answer questions on guesses, unless you are very sure of the right ones.
- Take sound sleep before the day of the examination.
Best of luck for the Exam!