The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has conducted the RRB Group D exam on September 19, 2018. The computer-based test for Shift 1 started from 09:00 AM to 10:30 AM. There are various coaching websites which have published the exam analysis for the RRB Group D 19 Sep exam for Shift 1.
The Board for the first time has been conducting the computer-based test (CBT). The test comprised of Multiple choice objective type questions. The paper was set in Bilingual language, i.e. in English and Hindi both. The exam was of the total duration of 90 minutes and in total, about 100 MCQ type questions were asked.
As per the unofficial sources, the exam for Shift 1 was of the Moderate difficuly level. Many students have also commented that the exam was easy and are expecting to score good marks in the test. As per the student’s response, Mathematics and General Awareness on Current Affairs was of the Moderate level, whereas, General Intelligence & Reasoning was of Easy Level. Lastly, the General Science was of Easy-Moderate difficulty Level.
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In the Railway Group D 19 Exam 2018, Mathematics was of moderate Level. Most of the questions were based directly on Formulas and some were calculative. Majorly the questions were asked from Time, Speed and Distance, Trigonometry, Algebra, and S.I, CI. Other topics covered in the Mathematics section were Ages, Time and Work, Geometry (circle), Average, Percentage, DI (pie chart).
In the General Intelligence (Reasoning) section, the questions were of the Easy level. Four (04) questions were asked from Syllogism, while six (06) questions were from Odd one out. However, both of them were of the easy level. Other topics covered in this section are Venn Diagram, Mathematical Calculation, Coding-Decoding, Analogy, Series, Direction, Statement & Conclusion, Counting Figure, and Calendar.
The difficulty level for the General Science section was of the Easy-Moderate level. The questions asked in this section were directly based and no formula applying questions were the part of the exam. About 9-11 questions were asked from Physics, 7-9 from Chemistry and 8-11 from Biology.
The General Awareness on current affairs questions were of moderate level. The questions about the Current affairs were asked from the year 2017.
Looking at the analysis for the RRB Group D exam, it is estimated that 13-18 is a good number of attempts for the Mathematics section, 22-26 for General Intelligence & Reasoning, 13-16 for General Science and 12-14 General Awareness on Current Affairs. In total, candidates with correct answers between 67-73 can easily qualify the first stage of the selection process for RRB Group D.
Let us know in the comment section below your experience for the RRB Group D Computer-based test conducted on September 19. How much marks are you expecting to get in the test?