NABARD Office Attendant Prelims Exam Strategy: NABARD Office Attendant Prelims Exam is on head. Aspirants who are about to appear for the prelims exam must have already geared up for the uphill battle. The prelims exam is approaching shortly and what is the need of the time is a full-fledged last week plan that can sail you through the prelims phase of NABARD Office Attendant Prelims Exam.
NABARD Office Attendant is a two stage recruitment consisting of Prelims and Mains followed by LPT (Language Proficiency Test). With a total of 73 vacancies, NABARD will be conducting the prelims exam on 4 February 2020. We have come up with the last week plan but prior to that we are providing you the NABARD Office Attendant Exam Pattern, so that you are not left with any untouched areas that can make your selection in doubtful.
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NABARD Office Attendant Prelims Exam Pattern
|Section||Number of Questions||Maximum Marks||Duration|
|Total||120||120||Composite Time of 90 minutes|
NABARD Office Attendant Prelims Exam Final Week Strategy
With less than a week left for the prelims exam, we hope that you must have gone through the syllabus and pattern of the exam. We have come up with a comprehensive final strategy for the remaining days.
NABARD Office Attendant Prelims has 4 sections in total: Numerical Ability, Reasoning, English Language and General Awareness.
Numerical Ability: This section carries a total of 30 questions, each carrying 1 marks. The numerical ability can be aced easily with giving attention to few of the important topics like Data Interpretation, Percentage, Ratio, Simplification, Data Sufficiency, Arithmetic equation. Speed and accuracy matters the most here. So, give speed test (sectional as well as full length) and rectify your mistakes to increase accuracy in order to save yourself from negative marks.
Reasoning: With 30 questions and a score of 30 marks, this section is quite tricky. You can not afford to solve questions here. So, what will sail you through this section is the continuous practice of short tricks. Aspirants should focus on topics like analogies, syllogism, decision making, statement & conclusion, blood relations, etc as they are scoring and can be solved in less time, if prepared properly. Solve as many mocks as possible and go through previous year’s paper to know the difficulty level. Click on the link given below for practicing reasoning:
English Language: This section has its own significance and doesn’t demand in depth grammar knowledge but some basic rules will work the way out. So read some basic rules and practice 15-20 questions of each topic. If you want to score well in this section, than read the question properly with it’s options. Most of the error type questions in English can be caught in the tone of the sentence. The important topics to look for on the last moment are Reading comprehension, error spotting, para jumbles, antonym & synonyms. Click on the link given below for English practice:
General Awareness: General Awareness is a dynamic portion of this exam as other sections has predefined topics but GA covers a wide range of topics. You must go through the last 4-5 months of current affairs with compilation as it is not possible to read newspaper now. Solve quiz for current as well as static gk and check the link given below for more details:
- Solve as many mocks as possible and analyze thoroughly.
- Prepare scoring topics and do not waste your time if you don’t have a hold over any topic by now
- Revise whatever you have read.
- Have confidence in yourself and keep your mind calm
- Be patient and keep your worries at bay
- Speed, accuracy and time management are the three key areas your should keep an eye’s on.
All the best