Being part of the banking sector can make anyone feel proud. Therefore, several students prepare for various bank exams. RBI Grade B is one of the banks related exams that have always been quite popular among the youth. RBI is known for controlling the monetary policy of the Indian currency. Every year Reserve Bank Of India announces recruitment notification for the post of Grade B officer.
Generally, candidates do get confused about what strategy they should follow to crack this exam when everything seems so confusing. Let us understand it in a detailed manner –
Helpful Strategy For The Aspirants –
When it comes to cracking exams, the strategy is everything. You need to have a roadmap to achieve your goal. In this section, we are going to put light on important tips on how you can prepare your strategy to get a good score in the exam. Along with the strategies, do not forget to practice rbi grade b mock test phase 1. Mock tests help a lot to test yourself before the main exam.
- Go Through The Syllabus To Enhance Your Understanding –
RBI Grade B Exam is categorized into three steps:
- Phase 1
- Phase 11
First, you should go through the detailed Phase 1 and Phase 11 RBI Grade B Syllabus to have a better understanding of it. RBI Grade B exam’s Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning, and English section are quite similar to the SBI/IBPS exam.
- Work On Finance Terminology If You Do Not Belong To Same Background –
If you are a beginner, you need to put extra efforts in comparison to senior aspirants. Aspirants not belonging to any sort of finance background needs to load themselves with financial terminology & basic c oncepts.
- Cover Phase 1 and Only Then Phase 2 –
Prepare a study schedule-emphasizing phase 1. Once you achieve the needed confidence regarding Phase 1 then you may jump on Phase 2. The screening round is a bit tough in almost all the examinations because of the competition.
- How To Prepare For General Awareness –
This section is quite wide and questions are related to statics and current affairs. Do grab information related to capitals and currencies of countries, wildlife centuries, national parks, etc. Do start reading economic articles and keep going through interned to fetch the latest updates. Learn about the commonly used terms.
- English Language Related Preparation –
Do work on your vocabulary stronger. Go with grammar exercises as much as you can. Without knowing grammar, you might not be able to understand the differences. Many websites are coming up with a variety of English language Quizzes so that you can have a better understanding.
- Reasoning Ability To Improve Your Confidence –
The reasoning section comes up with different types of questions related to Data Sufficiency, Seating Arrangement, Coding-Decoding, and Direction Sense, and so on. The more you practice, the more you get comfortable with this section. If you are not able to find the answer to any puzzle, do not keep revolving around it. You should move on to the next one. Go with your favorite topic so that you will keep having positive vibes with you.
- Quantitative Aptitude: Practice Is Everything –
It is called the toughest section of the RBI Grade B exam. Speed and accuracy are what you need to be good at to get a good score in this. Keep doing more calculations so that you can enhance your speed indeed. You should remember all rules including cubes, square, tables, etc., to do fast calculations. Put best efforts to get to know about your strength so that you can figure out easily what question you need to pick or put on hold. Make your timetable dedicate at-least 3 hours to enhance your grab on Numerical Ability.
- Economic and Social Issues: Easy and Interesting –
You may find this section a bit easier and interesting as well. Dynamic and Statics are two parts of this exam. It covers topics such as Bank Rates, Fiscal Deficit, Budget, etc. NCERT 11 and 12th books can help you to clear your doubts and have a great grab on basics.
Do not get confused that candidates coming from a strong financial ground can only clear this exam. Studies say that journalism candidates also cracked the exam and hired. Just trust yourself and your hard work.
In The Last –
If you prepare an ideal strategy and do preparation accordingly, you can get a good score in your exam. The strategy makes you know what sections you are good or bad at. You will have a clear picture of how much you need to cover.
Best luck with your exam.
Barry Lachey is a Professional Editor at Zobuz. Previously He has also worked for Moxly Sports and Network Resources “Joe Joe.” he is a graduate of the Kings College at the University of Thames Valley London. You can reach Barry via email or by phone.