RRB Group D exam date 2019-2020 will be announced in some time. Although a few fake reports are doing the rounds about date announced, there is no notification on any of the official websites yet. However, a few sources claim that railways will soon come up with the final dates. 1.15 crore candidates have applied for RRB Group D 2019 and are waiting for its exam date.
While waiting for the exam date and admit card, candidates should focus all their energies on preparation. Those who have applied for RRB RRC CEN 01/2019 will get less time to prepare as compared to RRB CEN 01/2019 NTPC recruitment, because in the case of Group D, application status is already announced. So directly, the exams will start. After exam date is announced, not much time will be left for preparation.
RRBs will conduct a computer based test for all the candidates who have applied. Each candidate will face the same exam pattern and syllabus, but questions will be different in each shift. To remove any differences due to different difficulty level, normalization will be used.
The exam will have four sections namely general science, mathematics, general intelligence and reasoning, general awareness and current affairs. These sections will respectively have 25, 25, 30, and 20 questions. So overall there will be 100 questions, and duration of exam will be 90 minutes only. Thus to answer each question, candidates will get only 54 seconds.
RRB Group D preparation tips for science section are like this. This section will have class 10th level questions from physics, chemistry, life sciences. Candidates should read the NCERT textbooks of class 9th and 10th. Prepare notes, and keep revising facts and figures. Solve multiple choice questions of class 10 level science.
To prepare for RRB Group D 2019-2020 for mathematics section first of all note the topics. The topics from which question paper will have questions are age calculations, algebra, bodmas, calendar & clock, decimals, elementary statistics, fractions, geometry, lcm and hcf, mensuration, number system, percentages, pipes & cistern, profit and loss, ratio and proportion, simple and compound interest, square root, time and distance, time and work, trigonometry. Since there will be less time to solve each question, focus should be on three things – be able to read the question quickly, understand it properly, and solve without mistakes. This can be developed by solving more and more questions. Practice is the only way to crack the math exam.
Then the section on general intelligence and reasoning in RRB Group D exam is a little tricky. In this section, questions will be of various types. Railways says that questions will be of these types namely alphabetical and number series, analogies, analytical reasoning, classification, coding and decoding, conclusions and decision making, data interpretation and sufficiency, directions, jumbling, mathematical operations, relationships, similarities and differences, statement – arguments and assumptions, syllogism, venn diagram. Through these questions, railways wants to judge how well one can understand a situation, sport similarities and differences, and take action. It is recommended to watch youtube videos to know shortcut tricks to solve each of these types of questions first, and then solve at least 50 questions of each type once before exam. Once a candidate is confident of how to solve the type of question, they can easily do it in given time.
General awareness and current affairs section in RRB Group D 2019-2020 will be scoring, and least time consuming. It is a memory based section so candidates should be reading static GK and current affairs questions on culture, famous people, science, sports, economics, politics daily. Use flash cards to remember facts. Study in groups with friends also waiting for RRB Group D exam date, and ask eachother questions on GK to recall things quickly.
Only 3.1 lakh candidates will be shortlisted for physical efficiency test on the basis of their performance in written exam. Finally 1.03 lakh vacancies will be filled through this recruitment process.
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