RBI Security Guard Answer Key 2021: 20 March Paper Analysis, Review & Solutions

Reserve Bank of India on Saturday, March 20 hold a Security Guard Computer-based examination. After the Security Guard online exam gets over candidates who appear can view the analysis being shared.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Mar 20, 2021 12:22 IST
RBI Security Guard Answer Key 2021: 20 March Paper Analysis, Review & Solutions
RBI Security Guard Exam Analysis, Image Courtesy- RS/SL

Reserve Bank of India (RBI) conducts Security Guard Computer-based test on March 20. The examination for the Security Guard posts is reportedly held at designated centers across the country. As the examination is over, candidates who appear for the RBI Security Guard 20 march examination have a look at the paper analysis, review and reactions from the candidates.

According to the reports, the examination is conducted following social-distancing and other guidelines. Students were allowed entry only wearing face-mask/covers inside the examination hall. Over 80 thousand candidates had registered for the 241 posts of Security Guard in RBI.

Based on the responses provided by the students, as many as 100 questions in multiple-choice type were asked from the candidates who had registered for the RBI Security Guard computer-based examination.

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RBI Security Guard 20 March Paper Analysis:

Test of Reasoning- 40 Questions- Average level

General English- 30 Questions- Average level

Numerical Ability- 30 questions.- Difficult level

The duration of the examination was 80 minutes. Out of the above three papers, Test of Reasoning and Numerical Ability was in bilingual, i.e. English and Hindi. There was no negative marking for wrong answers and no sectional cut-off in the Online Test.

RBI Security Guard Recruitment- 246 posts, Exam 2021, Video credit- Nai Umang 

According to the official Answer key will be released at RBI Careers portal. Other detailed information regarding the test will be given in an Information Handout, which can be downloaded by the candidates from the Bank’s website.