NABARD Grade A exam is scheduled to be conducted on 19th of May, 2018. We hope you have Prepared well for the exam. Since you have just a day, we want you to utilize this period in very efficient manner. A single mistake in these hours might change the whole story. So we have listed some tips which aspirants should follow if they really aspire to become NABARD GRADE A officer.
RevisionRevision becomes very important in last few hours. You might have prepared notes. Revise your notes and give a cursory read to all the mocks which you have given while preparing. Short formulae and unique questions which you have encountered in quizzes or mocks should also be revised.
How many questions to be attempted?Many students ask how many questions they should attempt to ensure qualification. As far as NABARD Grade A exam is concerned, aspirants should attempt 7-10 Questions more than the previous year cut-offs with good accuracy as well. Give a cursory read to Previous year cut offs of NABARD GRADE A
Section-wise cut-offs of NABARD Grade A Prelims 2017
|Name of the Section||Post|
|General||All other Disciplines|
|SC/ ST/ OBC/ PWD||Unreserved||SC/ ST/ OBC/ PWD||Unreserved|
|Economic & Social Issues||1.00||2.00||1.00||1.25|
|Agriculture & Rural Development||1.00||1.00||1.00||1.25|
(b) Overall Post-wise cut-off of NABARD Grade A Prelims 2017
|Plantation & Horticulture||38.00||-||49.50||63.75||-||-||-|
|Water Resource Development & Management||28.75||31.00||-||46.75||-||-||-|
PlanningYou should have prepared a strategy by now. You should know how to attempt questions which question to choose and which Question to skip. Since you will get 2 hours for all the sections, so we have given an ideal order which you can follow while attempting questions along with the time to be allocated to each section.
|Sections ( in order)||Time to he allocated|
|Economic and social issues||15 – 20 min|
|Agriculture & Rural Development||15 – 20 min|
|Computer Awareness||8- 10 min|
|General Awareness||8- 10 min|
|Quantitative Aptitude||20-25 min|
Eat healthy and take Proper RestEat healthy and easily digestible food before the exam as you don’t want to waste your energy for digestion only. Believe me, your brain will need a lot of energy in the exam. Proper rest is a must.
Reach Examination venue on time:If you are not well known to the location where your exam is scheduled to be held, then do visit the centre early or one day before the exam. Make sure you have printed admit card and affixed photo on it. Maintain all your id proofs with photocopy in a separate bag to avoid any last minute chaos.
Avoid these mistakes in examination hall:
- Drink water before the exam as you don’t want to waste your precious time during the exam in drinking water.
- Don’t do wild guesses and avoid being stuck on a single Question.
- You have lots of questions so just focus on your strength as these exams are all about choices.
Good Luck for your exam ☺
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