# RBI Assistant Prelims 2020 – Last Minute Tips & Strategy

RBI Assistant Prelims Exam Last Minute Suggestions: RBI is all set to roll RBI Assistant Prelims Examination on 14 and 15 February 2020. With few days left within the pocket, aspirants appearing for the exam have to be looking for some last-minute sharpening tips to emerge in flying colours. We have come up with some ideas to help students in performing better in the examination.

RBI Assistant is two-stage recruitment: Prelims and Main followed by Language Proficiency Test (LPT). Prelims examination is about to held shortly which consists of three sections, specifically Numerical Ability, Reasoning and English Language. Before going to the tips, we have come up with the RBI Assistant Prelims Exam Pattern in order to give you proper synopsis of the exam.

## Last Minute Preparation Tips for RBI Assistant Exam:

### #1. Let’s go through the Exam Pattern of RBI Assistant first.

Now that you know the exam pattern for the Prelims exam, let’s have a look at the syllabus for RBI Assistant and refresh your memory.

### Detailed Syllabus for RBI Assistant – Prelims :

Reasoning:

• Symbols and their relationships
• Arithmetical number series, Visual memory
• Analysis, Similarities, Analogies
• Arithmetical computation
• Observation, Arithmetical reasoning
• Decision making
• Analytical functions
• Problem­ solving, Discrimination
• Relationship concepts, Differences

Numerical Ability:

• Decimals And Fractions
• Whole Numbers
• Relationship Between Numbers
• Time And Work
• Percentage, Partnership
• Simple Interest
• Time And Distance
• Ratio & Proportion
• HCF & LCM, Simplification
• Profit & Loss
• Compound Interest
• Permutations & Combination’s
• Number Series, Probability
• Approximate Values
• Data Interpretation
• Data Sufficiency

English Language:

• General Grammar
• Sentence Completion
• Vocabulary
• Antonyms
• Synonyms
• Comprehension of a Passage

### #2. Don’t forget about Negative Marking.

There is a negative marking of 0.25 marks in RBI Assistant exam for every wrong answer. So make sure that you attempt only those questions which you know correctly otherwise it is better to skip such questions.

### #3. Plan Your Strategy to Attempt the Paper

Everyone has their own strategy of attempting the paper based on their strong & weak points. The best way is to start the paper from that subject in which you have the good command. It will boost your confidence & also build up a positive environment. For example, Reading comprehension can consume a lot of your time if you are not good at it, so for those, we suggest you to attempt comprehension section at the end. You can also look at the cutoffs of this year and previous year. It will give you an idea on which section you need to work on more.

### #4. Practice model papers to score well

As the saying goes “Practice makes you perfect”. So you should try to attempt as many mock tests/model papers as you can before you sit for the exam. This will give you an idea of how to approach a question and along with that, it will help you get rid of your exam nervousness. You can also practice Model papers and increase your chances of clearing the prelim exams.

### #5. Go the exam with a Positive Attitude & Expect Surprises

Now that we have laid down a clear strategy, you are sure about what to prepare and how to prepare. But you still need to understand what to expect from the paper. More often than not, the exam paper is set to present you with surprises. So if you come across questions you’ve never even seen before, stay calm! Calmly solve the question if you find it easy solvable or move on if you find it unworthy of your time.

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