RBI Grade B Exam Analysis 2021: Check Shift-1 Section-Wise Detailed Analysis And Level of Examination
RBI Grade B Exam Analysis 2021: Check Shift-1 Section-Wise Detailed Analysis And Level of Examination


RBI Grade B Exam Analysis 2021

RBI Grade B Exam Analysis 2021: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has successfully conducted the Phase-1 Exam today i.e. on March 06, 2021, and we have come up with a detailed section-wise analysis of the exam as per the reviews of the aspirants who have appeared in the Exam. The overall difficulty level of the RBI Grade B Phase-1 exam on March 06, 2021, was Moderate as per the candidate’s reviews. Go through the complete article and know the overall difficulty level of the exam, the pattern of the exam, types of questions asked, and General Awareness Questions asked in the Mains Exam.

RBI Grade B Exam Analysis 2021: Exam Pattern

Before going further, let’s have a look at what was the exam pattern of RBI Grade B Phase-1 Exam 2021. Below is the section-wise distribution of the exam. The total duration of the exam was 2 hours.

Section Questions Asked Maximum Marks
Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude 200 200
General/Finance Awareness
Quantitative Aptitude
English Language
Total 200 200

RBI Grade B Exam Analysis 2021: Good Attempts

Here we present the number of good attempts for the reasoning section, quantitative section, general awareness, English, and overall good attempts which a candidate must do in today’s RBI Grade B exam. This is a good attempt for the general category, for other categories reduce your attempt by 5-6 questions, depending upon your category.

Section Good Attempts Difficulty Level
General/Financial Awareness 100-105 Moderate
Reasoning Ability
English Language
Quantitative Aptitude
Good Attempts 100-105 Moderate

RBI Grade B Exam Analysis 2021: Video Analysis

Check the detailed analysis for RBI Grade B 2021  Exam through our video analysis where our faculty has been directly interacting with the candidates who have appeared in the first shift of the RBI Grade B Exam held on March 06, 2021. The video analysis will help you to understand the questions asked in the exam more clearly.

RBI Grade B Exam Analysis 2021: Section-wise Analysis

RBI Grade B Exam Analysis 2021: Quantitative Aptitude

The quantitative aptitude section of the RBI Grade B Exam was of Moderate level. The candidates can refer to the below-mentioned information to know the detailed distribution of questions in the quantitative aptitude section. There has been a change seen in the Quadratic section.

Topics No. of Questions Difficulty Level
Data Interpretation Missing DI (5 questions) Moderate (Calculative)
Caselet 5 questions Moderate
Quadratic Equation (new pattern) 5 Questions Moderate
Quantity Comparision 3 Questions Moderate
Arithematics 10-12 Questions Easy to Moderate

RBI Grade B Exam Analysis 2021: Reasoning Ability

The reasoning section of the RBI Grade B exam was Moderate to Difficult. Given below is the exam analysis for the reasoning ability section:

Topics No. of Questions Difficulty Level
Puzzles
Machine- Input
Logical Reasoning
Coded Blood Relations
Substitution Coding
Data Sufficiency
Step Based (Coding-Decoding)
Miscellaneous

RBI Grade B Exam Analysis 2021: English Language

The English language section of the RBI Grade B exam was Easy to Moderate and given below is the distribution of questions based on the questions asked in the Phase-1 Exam 2021. The questions of the English section were twisted making the exam lengthy.

Topics No. of Questions Difficulty Level
Reading Comprehension (3-4 passage) 15-20 questions Moderate
Synonyms & Antonyms 05 questions Moderate
Match the Column 03 questions Moderate
Word Exchange 05 questions (sequence) Moderate

RBI Grade B Exam Analysis 2021: General Awareness

Static GK, Current Affairs, and General  Awareness are all a part of this section. Some of the questions asked in the RBI Grade B Phase 1 exam on March 06, 2021, have been provided here. The questions will be updated here as soon as we get them from the students.

GK-GS Questions Asked in RBI Grade B Exam 2021

  • Question on PM Kushal Yojana,
  • Question on PM Kisan Nidhi,
  • Question on good governance day,
  • Question-related to Put Entity,
  • 4-5 questions on RBI financial report,
  • Question-related to RBI rates,
  • Question-related to the West Indies-Bangladesh series,
  • 4-5 questions related to union budget (fig/ concept),
  • 4-5 questions related to the economic survey (concept),
  • 7-8 questions from the static G.K (Moderate),
  • 3-4 questions from sports,
  • Company merger/ acquisition (Amount),
  •  One question on Jeff Bezos,
  • District of ranthambore.

RBI Grade B Exam 2021 COVID-19 Arrangements

RBI has issued exam day guidelines due to COVID-19. The exam center authorities ensured that every candidate wore a mask. Wearing an N95 mask is compulsory. Some of the guidelines issued by RBI are given below.

  • Wearing the mask is compulsory
  • Personal transparent water bottle
  • Personal hand sanitizer (50 ml)
  • Candidate must have Aarogya Setu App installed on their mobile phones
  • The Aarogya Setu status must show candidates’ risk factor
  • Candidates’ registration will be done through photo capture
  • Rough sheets will be kept at the desk of each candidate
  • Separate drop-boxes will be provided for rough sheets and call letters. Candidates need to drop these items in the designated boxes

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q. Was the RBI Grade B 2021 Phase-1 Exam on March 06, 2021, lengthy?

Ans. Yes, the Reasoning and English sections were quite lengthy in the RBI Grade B Phase-1 Exam.

Q. How many month’s current affairs were asked in the General Awareness Section of the RBI Grade B Phase-1 Exam?

Ans. Mostly the current affairs questions were asked from November to February month.

Q. What were the overall good attempts of RBI Grade B Exam 2021?

Ans. The overall good attempts of RBI Grade B Exam 2021 were 100-105.

Q. What was the difficulty level of RBI Grade B Exam 2021?

Ans. The difficulty level of RBI Grade B Exam 2021 was of Moderate level as per the student’s review.

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