RRBs on behalf of Indian Railways conduct NTPC Computer-based test for CBT-1 in Morning shift. As the examination is over at 12:00 Noon and students come out of the examination centres, analysis on the basis of reviews and questions provided by the candidates is hereby shared.
According to the candidates, today's RRB NTPC February 9 first shift examination was easy to moderate in overall level. As many as 100 questions in Multiple-choice based format were to be answered by the candidates on the computer screen. As many as 40 questions from General Awareness including Static GK, Current Affairs, General Science, Computer knowledge, etc. were asked. "The level of the questions asked in GK was moderate, however difficult to the last shift", a candidate said after the examination.
As many as 60 Questions were asked from General Intelligence & Reasoning and Mathematics sections. Each section contained 30 questions each carrying one and equal mark. According to the reviews provided by the candidates, the questions from the Mathematics were a bit tricky comparative to the Reasoning section.
Around 54 percent of candidates from all over the country reportedly appeared for the Computer-based test being organized for NTPC CBT 1. The examination is reportedly conducted following the social-distancing and other Covid19 guidelines. The candidates were asked to wear face mask inside the examination hall.
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We spoke to candidates to know their opinions and reviews on Tuesday, February 9 held an online exam. A candidate who took the exam at a center in Greater Noida said, "I had taken a break to prepare the exam. But the Reasoning and GK sections of the first shift of today's paper were too easy. The Mathematics section was as difficult as most of the exams in the last phase.
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"Overall the paper was easy to moderate in level. I answered 78 questions and expecting to score 80 percent at least", a candidate said after the NTPC Phase 3 examination on Tuesday.