NABARD Grade A and Grade B Phase 2 2019 exams are fast approaching. It’s the time when all your months of hard work, sleepless nights, sacrificing the World cup, ignoring the social media will show the result. Even though you have worked hard, prepared very well, stayed focused for the D-day, there is always a place for “A few last-minute preparation tips would be very helpful” in your mind. Here we are with last-minute helpful tips to ace NABARD Grade A and Grade B phase 2 2019 exams.
Last-Minute Tips for NABARD Grade A and Grade B exams:
Know the Exam Pattern left and right
NABARD Grade A and Grade B phase II exam pattern should be your best friend before you enter the exam hall. Understand the phase II exam pattern left and right, forward and backward, inside out. This way, you will be able to tackle any surprises on the day of the exam.
NABARD Grade A (Assistant Manager) Mains Exam Pattern 2019
|Exam||Name of Test||Type & Number of Questions||Maximum Marks||Duration|
|Paper I||General English||(Descriptive) Essay, Precis,Questions on the Precis/para,Report/Letter writing||100||90 Min|
|Paper II||Economic and Social Issues and Agriculture and Rural Development(with focus on Rural India)||(Objective) Multiple Choice based 65 Questions(35 of 2 Marks each 30 of 1 Mark each)||100||90 Min|
NABARD Grade B (Assistant Manager) Phase 2 Exam Pattern 2019
|Exam||Name of Test||Maximum Marks||Duration|
|Paper I||General English||100||90 Min|
|Paper II||For General Post – Agriculture and Rural Development; Economic and Social Issues For Manager Agriculture Post – Agriculture||100||90 Min|
|Paper III||Development Economics, Statistics, Finance, and Management||100||90 Min|
Time and Tide wait for NONE
You need to keep an eye on the time while you are attempting the questions. You need to stay on pace and avoid spending too much time on any question.
Trust in what you know already
While reading a question, if you have an idea of what the probable answer can be then look out for the answer in the choices. If it’s there, then BINGO, you saved time!!! If it’s not, then try the elimination method.
Set Your Biological Clock
Try to attempt a mock test exactly at the same time as your actual NABARD exam. This will help you maximize your productivity on the actual day of the exam.
Say NO to new topics
Do not study any new topics or new chapters at the eleventh hour. Avoid slogging for hours the night before the exam. Just be confident in whatever you have learned till now.
Get all things required such as Admit card, photo ID proof, photograph ready and packed the night before for a hassle-free morning.
Healthy Food- Healthy Performance
Don’t gorge on food, as you don’t want to feel sleepy during the exam. Focus on eating healthy.
Give your best and visualize yourself working in NABARD and believe in yourself to get there!!!