Saturday, 3 September 2016

Last Minute Tips For RBI Grade B Phase I Exam

Dear Readers,

Tomorrow is the much awaited RBI-Grade B Phase I Examination and the time for you to perform well.

All the tension and pressure building around will get released once you appear for the exam. RBI- Grade B Phase I Exam tomorrow is in two shifts.

This article is related to the last minute tips which will help you ease things out. Within 24 hours, many might be happy and many might be complaining. But you should maintain your calm and stay focused. Your dedication and hard work will surely bear fruit.

The pattern of RBI Grade B Phase I is very similar to what it has been previously. As you already know there will be 4 section in tomorrow’s exam and you’ll have 120 minutes for all four sections put together. You must be really careful with the choice of questions you attempt as each mark can make or break you goal of securing a job in RBI.

These are some general instruction which you MUST follow, you don’t really want to be stressed tomorrow on The Day of Examination.
Take out the print copy of your Admission Letter today itself, don’t wait for the last moment.
Do read the general instructions written on the Admission Letter carefully.
Take your current ID proof along with its photocopy and paste your recent photograph.
While attempting the question do invest some time in reading the instruction/directions carefully. That smart investment of time can really save you from losing a mark, which you could have easily gained.
Be aware while marking your answers for review. If an answer is selected for a question that is Marked for Review, the answer will be considered in the final evaluation.
Reach the venue of examination well ahead of time. Reporting time for First shift is 9:15AM, don’t wait for the last moment do reach your venue a little early. 
Stay calm and be confident while attempting questions don’t get struck on any question for too long, maintaining your calm will help you analyse the questions better.
You must be careful of negative marking. Do not take chances while attempting questions because if you do not maintain accuracy, then your high number of attempts might go in vain.

Students we wish you luck for tomorrow’s examination. And if you are feeling worried about it just remember there comes a time in every student's life when those things that you dread begin to loom on the horizon.

To reify dreams, you must stay confident and give your best in the real test.


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