Analysing the previous year RBI Grade B examination question papers will help you in your preparations, as it gives you the direction to select the areas needs to be concentrated in your study planning.
RBI Grade B Phase I Exam 2017 was held on June 17, 2017 (17.06.2017) in the following pattern and general difficulty level
Difficulty Level and Pattern of Exam
|Section||Total Questions||Difficulty level|
RBI Grade B Official cut-off score 2017
RBI released the official cut-off score for Grade B officers 2017 in the following manner. You can find the category-wise and sectional divisions of the cut-off marks from the following table
Official RBI Grade B Cut Off 2017 – Phase I
Let us take a look at the RBI Grade B for phase 1 Exam Category Wise Cut Off.
|Section/ Category||General Awareness
(Total Marks: 80)
(Total Marks: 60)
(Total Marks: 30)
(Total Marks: 30)
(Total Marks: 200)
|PWD (OH/ HI/ VH)||11.00||6.75||4.75||2.00||64.00|
Subject Wise Analysis of RBI Grade B Phase I Exam 2017
To get a detailed analysis of the examination topics and its importance in each section, we are presenting you a graphical representation of the topics with its difficulty level. This will help you to streamline your preparations in the desired level.
General Awareness Section
This section had about 30 questions on Banking awareness and RBI, 40 questions from Current affairs and 10 questions came from GK.
English Language Section
A total of 10 questions came from Reading Comprehension, paragraphs were difficult and required further reading to figure out the answers. All questions were inference based. No vocabulary questions came from Reading Comprehension. No para jumble and cloze test questions came this time.
3. Quantitative Aptitude Section
The Data Interpretation questions were Line Graph + Table -Missing Data and Double Pie Chart based questions. The Case-Let Based questions had a problem on Revenue of railways for last three years.
The comparison of quantity questions were had Time and Work, Probability, Boat and Stream, Linear Equation and Quadratic Equation questions. The miscellaneous section had Time and Work, Mensuration (Cone based), Percentage, Boat and Stream, Mixture and Allegation, Profit, Loss and Discount, Simple Interest/Compound Interest, Time, Speed and Distance, Probability and partnership questions for 1 mark each
4. Reasoning Section
The Analytical Reasoning part of the paper had questions from Linear Seating Arrangement in Parallel Rows , Floor based worker arrangement, 7 people with their age based blood relation, 12 people working 6 months based, people in different cities based questions.
Logical reasoning section had questions from Inference, Decision Making, Strong & Weak Argument, Statement Conclusion, Statement and Course of Action etc.