How to prepare for RBI Grade B Phase 1 Exam

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Pattern of RBI Grade B Phase I exam


No. of QuestionsTotal Marks

Reasoning Ability


English Language


Quantitative Aptitude


General Awareness




Each question carries one mark

Our personal exp:  People who clears phase 1, are those who score very good marks in reasoning and GK.

1) Reasoning: Expected sections are Analytical Reasoning, Syllogism, Seating Arrangements, Blood Relations, Statements and assumptions, Decoding the codes, Symbol encodings and patterns, Non verbal Reasoning

2) QA: the syllabus for QA is identical to bank PO exams, but in addition to that questions from Geometry, Trigonometry, Algebra and Mensuration are also asked in grade B examination. Other important topics are Time and Distance, Time and work, Interest calculation (both simple and compound) Averages. The difficulty level is expected to be moderate.

3) Verbal section: Probably the easiest of the 4 sections, questions are asked from vocabulary, antonyms and synonyms, sentence re arrangement, fill in the blanks, correction of sentences and Reading Comprehension etc.

4) GA: This section is the deciding section, as it is the most scoring among all.  After taking a deep research on the topics that had come in this section we could say that Most of the questions will be related to the happenings in the Indian economy, especially current affairs in economical matters. You are supposed to go through current budget, RBI policies, economic survey, banking laws and amendments. Indian banking system, security and currency market and capital and currency etc. other major topics are schemes, committees, appointments, sports , world organizations etc

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