RRB NTPC Answer Key Phase 3: 31 January Shift 1 & 2 Paper Analysis, Difficulty level and Experts' Opinion

The Railway Recruitment Boards on behalf of Indian Railways conducts NTPC online exam on 31 January for the first day in Phase 3. The exam is reportedly conducted successfully and the level of the questions was easy to average. Here is a full report on paper analysis.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Jan 31, 2021 12:09 IST
RRB NTPC Answer Key Phase 3: 31 January Shift 1 & 2 Paper Analysis, Difficulty level and Experts' Opinion
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RRBs on Sunday, January 31 conduct Non-Technical Popular Categories posts computer-based exam for phase 3. The Railway's CEN 01/2019 NTPC Stage 1 exam is held following the social-distancing and other guidelines at designated centres. After the exam gets over students providing the review and info on asked questions in 1st and 2nd shift with difficulty level, are hereby shared.

It has been clarified through the official advertisement that RRBs would facilitate Answer key of the NTPC 1st stage exam, online through the respective websites. The intimation regarding challenges and link to view NTPC Answer key (provisional/final), Response sheet and the question paper would be available only after the NTPC exam concludes.

The candidates who appear for the NTPC exam on 31st January have a view to the 1st & 2nd shift asked questions, paper analysis and asked questions from GK, Mathematics, and Reasoning. A brief on NTPC exam (Phase 3) is being provided here with the help of Exam experts.

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"As many as 100 questions being asked from the GK, Maths, Computer, Science, and Reasoning. The level of today's paper was average overall. However, some questions were tricky from the Reasoning and Static GK", a student said after the examination.

RRB NTPC 31st January 1st Shift Analysis:

According to the reports, the first shift (Morning session) exam is over at 12:00 Noon. Students coming out and providing their view-points on difficulty level and asked questions from General Knowledge, General Intelligence & Reasoning, and Mathematics are provided with the help of experts, below.

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