The Reserve Bank of India will be conducting the Phase-1 of RBI Grade B exam on 6 March 2021. This means that the candidates are only left with 30 days to prepare for this exam and ensure scoring maximum marks in it. But scoring qualifying marks in the RBI Grade B Exam is not a piece of the pie. The candidate must have a precise and efficient study plan to crack this examination. In this article, we will be discussing a 30 days study plan which the candidates can follow while preparing for the RBI Grade B Phase-1 Exam 2021.
30 Days Strategy for RBI Grade B Exam 2021
Phase 1 of RBI Grade B Exam 2021 consists of four sections: general awareness, quantitative aptitude, English language, and reasoning ability section. Candidates will be given two hours for this examination. This examination is scheduled to be held on 6 March 2021. Below is the detailed study plan which the candidates can follow to ensure that these remaining 30 days comes out to be fruitful for them.
|Reasoning Ability||Quantitative Aptitude||English Language||General Awareness|
||Govt. Schemes and Policies|
|28||Mock Test 1|
|29||Mock Test 2|
|30||Mock Test 3|
- Attempting a mock test is very important as it will give the candidates an overview of the examination and will familiarise them with their weaknesses and strengths which they can improve before the actual examination.
- Candidates can also practice with the previous years’ question papers that will give the candidates an idea about the topics on which the majority of the questions are based and even their difficulty level.
RBI Grade B Phase-1: Exam Pattern
It is very important for the candidates to look at the exam pattern of phase 1 of the RBI Grade B Exam before starting their preparation for the exam.
|S. No||Sections / Subjects||No. of Questions||Maximum Marks||Duration|
|1.||General Awareness||80||80||Composite time of 2 hours|