RRB NTPC 11 March Paper Analysis: Shift 1 Asked Questions, Answer Key & Review

RRBs on Thursday, March 11 conduct the NTPC CBT exam for the first shift under phase 5 examination. The Morning shift computer-based examination to last at 12 noon. An analysis of the first shift paper on basis of students' responses to be shared after the exam is overm.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Mar 11, 2021 12:31 IST
RRB NTPC 11 March Paper Analysis: Shift 1 Asked Questions, Answer Key & Review
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The Railway Recruitment Boards on Thursday, 11th March successfully conduct NTPC Computer Based Test, for the 1st shift (Morning session). The online examination is conducted following the guidelines laid down by the Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt of India. Candidates who appear for the NTPC Phase 5, March 11 online examination for shift 1 have a look at the asked questions, paper analysis, difficulty level and solutions of the first shift examination. A review of the questions that are asked in NTPC 11/03/2021 is facilitated below.

According to the reports, Recruitment boards hold Computer-based examination for the fifth phase on Thursday, 11 March. As the examination is over at 12:00 noon for the 1st shift, a review of the Paper is explained. The analysis is entirely based on the questions asked from General Awareness, Mathematics, and Reasoning section according to students' memories.

Note- Analysis is purely based on views expressed by the candidates, doesn't subject to Official interpretation. Candidates will be issued an official answer key online at the website of the RRBs. 

Speaking to the candidates to record their feedback on the NTPC March 11, examination a review of the NTPC CBT 1 examination along with asked questions and their difficulty level is hereby provided.

A student who took the RRB NTPC 11th March examination at a centre in Noida said, "The overall paper level was moderate and questions from GK were comparatively difficult to answer than questions from Reasoning and Mathematics".

Sharing the feedback on the morning shift examination a student told, "The Reasoning section was comparatively easier than exams held in the last couple of shifts. General Knowledge questions that were asked consisting of 10 questions on Current Affairs, 5 questions on static GK followed by Biology and Computer-Based Questions". It is also told that 2-3 questions based on Full Forms are being asked in the morning shift. Weightage of Computer questions is also varying in each shift, another student said.

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The questions that were asked in the 1st shift examination along with the unofficial Answer key of the RRB NTPC stage 1 exam is hereby provided. A report from the designated test centres has also been put-forth.

NTPC 11th March Shift 1 Analysis:

As many as 100 Multiple Choice Type objective type questions were asked in the first shift examination. The analysis of today's paper is as follows-

General Awareness: A total of 40 questions have been asked from the section. About 4 to 5 questions were asked from Current affairs followed by static GK, Defence Exercises, United Organizations were asked in 1st shift examination.

Reasoning: As many as 30 questions were asked from the section. Overall the level was moderate except for a few questions from Sitting arrangement, Table was time-consuming. Questions from Puzzle, Coding-Decoding, Non-Verbal reasoning were asked in the majority in 1st shift Online examination.

Mathematics: A total of 30 questions in Objective type format was asked. According to the responses more than 4 questions were asked from the Number system, Mensuration, Time and Distance, 2 Questions from BODMAS, Train-Speed, Data Interpretation, Geometry, Simple and Compound Interest.

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Note- RRB NTPC 11th march shift 2 analysis will be available after the examination is over.

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