RBI Grade 'B' March 6 Paper Analysis: Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Saturday, March 6 holds Grade B phase 1 examination in Computer Based Mode. The examination is scheduled to be held in two shifts following the social distancing at the centres across the country. Candidates who appear for the RBI Grade B examination on 6th March in shift 1 / shift 2 can check the Analysis shared with the help of experts along with the difficulty level of the examination.
According to the official notice, Grade B Phase 1 exam Answer key will be released prior to the result declaration at opportunities.rbi.org.in. Ahead of the display of the Grade B Phase 1 exam Answer key an analysis of the shift 1 and shift 2 paper will be shared after the examination is over.
Candidates appearing for the RBI Grade B exam 2021 were advised to reach the examination centre 60 minutes before the commencement of the examination.
The phase 1 online examination comprised a single Paper for 200 marks. The examination is held on March 6, 2021, at designated centres and held in multiple shifts. The Paper consisted of tests of i. General Awareness ii. English Language iii. Quantitative Aptitude and; iv. Reasoning. A total time of 120 minutes will be given for answering.
As many as 200 Questions were asked from the candidates to answer on the computer screen. The duration of the examination was 2 hours (separate time was allotted for each test).
General Awareness- Easy to Average level- 3 Questions on Budget, 2 Questions on Government Schemes, Atal Tunnel, PMKVY, PM KUSUM Yojana (Solar pump), PM KISAN, HQ of IOC- Lausanne Switzerland, Asian Game of 2034, etc.
RBI Gr-B Un-official Solutions, Video Credit: EduTap
English Language- Average Level- 3 Questions on Phrasal verb, 2 Reading Comprehension having 5 Questions each, 1 short RC- 3 Questions, Cloze test- 5 Questions.
Quantitative Aptitude- Difficult Level- Casslet DI- 5 Questions, Table DI- 5 Questions, Quadratic Equation- 3 Questions (New Pattern), 2 Quad. Eqn (Match the Pair), Q1 - Q2- 5 Questions, Letter Scenes (Missing), Arithematic based- 6-8 questions.
Reasoning- Easy to Average Level- 5 Questions on sitting arrangement (facing each-other), Parallel Row- 5 Questions, Linear S.A- 3 Questions, Box based puzzle- 2 Questions, Floor based puzzle, Logical Reasoning- 3 Questions, and Reverse Syllogism- 3 Questions.
Note- Asked Questions and Paper Analysis 6th March RBI Gr-B Exam: Video Credit- Adda247
Candidates have to secure minimum marks separately for each test as well as in aggregate, as may be prescribed by the Board to qualify for the Phase-II online examination. Candidates, who secure minimum marks separately for each Test, as prescribed, will be shortlisted for Phase-II of the examination based on the aggregate marks obtained in Phase-I.
Phase 1 Result Date: Roll No. of the candidates shortlisted for Phase-II examination will be published on the RBI web-site i.e www.rbi.org.in, tentatively within a week after Phase-I examination.