How to Prepare for RBI


Reserve Bank of India Selection Board (RBISB) conducts an examination for the recruitment of the candidates for various posts in the RBI. There are various levels of posts in the RBI such as Grade A and B officers for which exams and interviews are held.

Top 10 Preparation Tips for RBI



Tip #1
First of all the candidates need to be aware of the pattern of the exam. The RBI exam is a three phase exam consisting of a preliminary test, a final written test and finally an interview.

Tip #2
For each of the phases preparation should be done in great depth.

Tip #3
The candidates should be updated with the latest syllabus for the exam and plan their preparation schedule accordingly.

Tip #4
Each and every topic should be covered in great detail and not even one topic should be considered unimportant or insignificant.

Tip #5
Also, the candidates should know the pattern of the paper for each of the exams. They can pick up last few year papers or visit the RBI website for correct information.

Tip #6
Once the candidates are clear with the pattern they can direct there efforts correctly for the preparation of each of the section.

Tip #7
The phase I examination consists of general awareness, English language, quantitative aptitude and reasoning. For general awareness and English language one must regularly follow a national newspaper and for the rest two a lot of practice should be done.

Tip #8
The phase II examination consists of English, economic & social issues and finance & management. These can only be prepared by a comprehensive study from a good book or study material. All topics under these headings should be studies well. A teacher or a training institute may be consulted for the same.

Tip #9
Once you are thorough with the syllabus you should go for as many mock tests as possible. This will help you realize your weak strings and you can improve them.

Tip #10
Also for the phase I and II exams the candidates need to time them while practicing and check their accuracy level as well because it important to attempt all questions correctly in the given time.



Last Updated on : January 19, 2016

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