Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) is conducting RRB JE 2019 CBT 1. The examination started on May 22 and the last exam is on June 02, 2019. RRB Junior Engineering CBT 1 is a 90 minute examination, in which candidates have to solve 100 questions of multiple choice type. Each question is of 1 marks and negative marking of 1/3 marks is applicable in the exam.
So far, the questions in the exam are being asked from the pre-defined syllabus of RRB JE 2019. However, there are certain important topics from which repeatedly, similar types of questions are being asked.
Most Frequent Topics for RRB JE 2019
In the General Awareness sections, questions on people and achievement questions are being asked. Here, candidates have to tell won / achieve a certain thing in a specified year. Some example of these are: Who is the present governor of RBI?, Who won IIFA 2018 best actor award?, Name the first woman who went to space?, etc.
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One type of questions which are for sure asked in the exam is on the CM’s of India. Candidates should remember the names of the CM, in each state of India. In every RRB JE exam, one question on Who is the CM of xyz state is asked. Questions on PM and President are also common.
Other than this, the questions on the constitution of India, Mughal Empire, Independence era, emperor and kingdoms are very frequent in the exam. Sports is one important topic for the examination. Most of the questions are asked about cricket and football. However, Olympic, Common Wealth, and other Tournaments are also very popular topics for exams, conducted by RRB.
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43 Must Prepare Topics for RRB JE 2019 CBT 1
In Mathematics, the candidates must prepare: number systems, BODMAS, decimals, fractions, LCM and HCF, ratio and proportion, percentages, mensuration, time and work, time and distance, simple and compound interest, profit and loss, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, elementary statistics, square root, age calculations, calendar & clock, pipes & cistern.
The topics to be covered in General Science are metals and their properties, si units, basics of physics, chemistry, and biology. Basically, the science of 10th standard, as defined by the Central Board of Secondary Education.
Topics to be covered in General Intelligence and Reasoning, include analogies, alphabetical and number series, coding and decoding, mathematical operations, relationships, syllogism, jumbling, Venn diagram, data interpretation and sufficiency, conclusions and decision making, similarities and differences,
analytical reasoning, classification, directions, statement – arguments and assumptions etc.
General Awareness is a very vast subject. However, candidates must have knowledge of current affairs, Indian geography, culture and history of India including freedom struggle, Indian Polity and constitution, Indian Economy, Environmental issues concerning India and the World, Sports, General scientific and technological developments etc.