The results for RBI Assistant 2017 Examination got released this year as there was an ongoing issue due to which the notification for RBI Assistant recruitment for the year 2018 could not be released. As this year the chances of RBI Notification getting released are high, therefore candidates should be well prepared in advance for any challenge ahead. Before starting the preparation, candidates should gather all important information about the exam and then start off with the preparation. The most important information that you need to have before you start your preparation is about the exam pattern. RBI Assistant is a clerical level exam and therefore will have only two stages: Preliminary Exam (Prelims) & Main Exam (Mains). The exam will be online with objective type questions. The details are given below:
The first phase of RBI Assistant 2019 Examination will be Prelims which will be held in online mode and will have multiple choice questions. It will consist of three sections: English Language, Numerical Ability & Reasoning Ability. The candidates will have to attempt the test in 60 minutes and the total questions will be 100. There will also be a negative marking of 0.25 marks due to which candidates will have to be quite careful while marking the answers. Accuracy should be maintained and therefore the number of questions should not be the primary goal. Phase I (Prelims) will be a qualifying stage and the marks obtained will not be considered in the second and final stage.
No of questions
The candidates who will qualify Phase I will be called to appear in the second stage. RBI Assistant Phase II (Mains) will also be held in online mode with objective type questions. Mains will consist of five sections: Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, General Awareness, English Language and Computer Knowledge. All sections will have 40 questions but the marks allotted will vary based on the previous years’ examinations. The number of sections will be 200 and the candidates will have to attempt the complete test in 120 minutes. There will also be a negative marking in this phase too. Candidates should focus on attaining a good score keeping accuracy in mind. This will be the final step for selection. A final cut-off will be released after the examination for different states and the candidates will be shortlisted accordingly.
No. of Questions
120 minutes (2 hours)
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