NABARD Grade B 2021: Final Week Preparation Guide


On August 3, 2021, it was announced that the NABARD Grade B Exam (RDBS) Preliminary exam will be held on Friday, September 17, 2021. More than a month has passed by in a whirl and the exam day is finally here. We hope you have been using your time fruitfully and are feeling more and more confident as D-Day approaches. 

In this article, we have listed a few pointers that you should keep in mind as you gear for this important exam. 

NABARD Grade B 2021 Last Week Preparation 

No More Study

The time for studying has now passed. In case you feel you have missed out on a topic or two, we would advise you to let it be for now. Instead, you should focus your time and attention on revising what you have prepared. 

Revision Videos

One way to revise is by going through some revision videos that will help you understand your preparation standard as well as revise at the same time. Our faculty members have prepared these subject-specific videos for you that also include a number of important/revision questions. 

Keep Refreshing your General Awareness

You can keep reading and revising your General Awareness sources for the exam. You can also watch related videos or read the news for the past months for this exercise. Take a look at Kailash Sir’s review of the Kurukshetra magazine for August 2021

Mock Tests

You must take a NABARD Grade B mock test every day for the rest of the week. It will help you to cognize your overall preparation and your shortcomings. For every question that you are unable to solve, you must prepare, go back and prepare for it adequately. For example, if you’re unable to answer an English Language question based on ‘Idioms & Phrases’, you should not only look it up and memorize it, you should also study a few related Idioms & Phrases which may be assessed. 

Get a Good Night’s Sleep

Turn in early on Thursday night so that you can get proper sleep. In fact, we will urge you to get proper 8 hours of sleep every day this week. Proper sleep will help you refresh your mind and thereby perform faster and better. 

Download Your Admit Card

Although we hope you have already downloaded and printed your admit card, in case you have not, the time to do it is RIGHT NOW! The NABARD Grade B 2021 admit card for the Prelims has been made available for download on August 31, 2021. The download window will remain open till September 17, 2021.

Pack Your Bag and Sit Tight

Seeing as your exam is this Friday, the bag that you will be taking to the examination hall should be ready on Thursday night. Like we mentioned before, go to bed early so that you are feeling your best on the exam day. 

What to Carry?  

Candidates should carry their call letter, affixed passport-size photograph and valid photo-identity proof (original and photocopy). The candidate’s name on the admit card and the ID proof should be exactly the same. Additionally, candidates should carry a ball-point pen, an ink stamp pad hand sanitizer and transparent bottle of water. Blank paper for rough work will be provided at the center.

Wearing a mask and following all COVID-safety related protocols is mandatory.

No books, papers, calculators, phones or any electronic devices will be permitted inside the examination hall.

We hope you will accommodate our tips and suggestions into your routine in this last week before the Preliminary examination. 

We will leave you with inspiring words so that it motivates you to get through the week fruitfully and successfully and to perform your best on the day of the examination. 

“Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed is more important than any other.”

-Abraham Lincoln 

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