NABARD Grade A Exam Analysis 2021: Questions Asked, Difficulty Level, Good Attempts

NABARD Grade A Exam Analysis 2021: Questions Asked, Difficulty Level, Good Attempts

ByAkash Mishra  |  Updated on: Sep 13, 2021NABARD Grade A 2021 exam notification PDF released now. NABARD Grade A exam date has not been disclosed yet. Stay tuned with us to get the latest updates on the NABARD Grade A 2021 recruitment.
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NABARD Grade A Exam Analysis 2021

NABARD Grade A Exam Analysis 2021: The subject-matter experts of Byju's Exam Prep will share the Nabard Grade A 2021 exam analysis soon after the exam is conducted successfully at all test centers. The Nabard Grade A exam analysis will be shared on the basis of the feedback received by the candidates who will appear for the examination.

NABARD Grade A 2021 exam will be conducted on 18th September 2021 in two different shifts all across the country. Thus, students who are going to appear for the examination can have a look at the previous year's NABARD Grade A 2021 exam analysis to understand the strategy of the exam.

NABARD Grade A previous year exam analysis will help you discover the difficulty level of the exam along with the types of questions asked and the weightage of each topic. With the help of NABARD Grade A previous year exam analysis, you can easily get a clear picture of the examination and build a smart strategy in order to score more marks in the NABARD Grade A 2021 exam. Stay tuned for more updates.

NABARD Grade A Exam Analysis 2021: Key Highlights

NABARD Grade A 2021 exam highlights will be shared by the subject matter experts soon after the completion of the examination. Till then you can have a look at the previous year's exam analysis for NABARD Grade A exam here.

NABARD Grade A 2020 Exam Analysis: Highlights

As we mentioned in NABARD Grade A Exam analysis, the exam did not throw any major surprises. The level of the overall exam was moderate. Check below the major points for the second shift of the exam -

Section-Wise Highlights -

  • Economic and Social Issues - The level of this section was Moderate. Current meetings were held and questions related to NABARD were asked.
  • Agriculture and Rural Development - The level of this section falls under the category of difficulty. This was proved to be the toughest of all.
  • General Awareness Section - This section was easy for the students. Most of the questions were from current affairs.
  • English Language Section - The level of this section was Moderate-difficult. It was long as maximum questions were asked from the RC.
  • Quantitative Aptitude - This section was of easy level and doable. Questions asked were doable and less time-consuming.No new pattern questions were observed,
  • Reasoning Ability-This section faced no new pattern questions. No question from syllogism was asked.
  • Computer Knowledge -This section was of easy-moderate level.

Level of the sections -

  • Tough - Agriculture and Rural Development
  • Moderate - English, Reasoning Ability, Economic and Social Issues, Computer Knowledge
  • Easy - Quantitative Aptitude, General Awareness

The sequence of the Section: English > Reasoning > Computer > GA > ARD > ESI > Quant

NABARD Grade A Exam Review 2021 (Section-wise)

The section-wise data for NABARD Grade A 2021 exam analysis will be shared here on the basis of the feedback received by the students who are going to appear for the exam.

NABARD Grade A Exam Review 2020 (Section-wise)

1. NABARD Grade A Exam Review: Quantitative Aptitude

This section was of Moderate Level. Questions asked were of the conventional type. Following topics were asked in this section -

I. Data Interpretation -6

  • 1 set of 6 questions was asked.
  • Questions on Tabular DI were asked.
  • The level of the DI was easy.

II. Approximation -2

  • 2 questions were asked on this topic.
  • The questions were based on BODMAS rules.
  • The questions were easily doable and not very time-consuming.

III. Quadratic Equation-3

  • 3 questions were asked from data sufficiency.

IV. Miscellaneous questions -9

9 questions were asked from miscellaneous topics of the arithmetic section which are mentioned below -

  • Partnership
  • Time and work
  • Boats and stream
  • Mix type
  • Age-based

2. NABARD Grade A Exam Review: English Language

Level of the section - Moderate

Total number of questions - 40

I. Reading Comprehension -2 Set (20 questions)

  • Total of 20 questions was asked from the reading comprehension topic.
  • The passage was based on How boomers are falling out with the current changing environment and brain drain.
  • Another RC was based on How people are migrating from urban to rural due to Climate change.
  • The level of comprehension was moderate.

II. Sentence Rearrangement -6

  • There were 6 questions from sentence improvement topic.
  • Words were given in bold.
  • The level of the questions was Moderate.

III. Phrase Replacement-3

  • 3questions were asked on this topic.
  • Sentences in 5 parts were given and students were required to find the sentence which is grammatically correct.

IV.Word Editing- 5

V. Fillers (Where 3 blanks with one word were given)-4-5 Questions

IV. Miscellaneous-2-3

3. NABARD Grade A Exam Review: Reasoning Ability

The level of the overall section was of Easy level. Questions were not very time-consuming. No new pattern question was asked. Check the topics asked below:

I. Seating Arrangement -6

  • 6 questions were asked from the Linear seating arrangement
  • 8 people on straight line were given.

II. Puzzle -6

  • 6 questions from the circular arrangement were asked.
  • It was based on different cities.

III. Blood Relation-4

  • 4 questions from blood Relations were asked.
  • The level of the questions was easy-moderate.

IV. Inequality - 3

  • 3 questions were asked on this topic.
  • The questions were based on direct inequality.

VII. Alphabet based -1

1 question was asked from this topic.

INTERVIEW word was given

4. NABARD Grade A Exam Review: General Awareness

Level of the section - Easy-Moderate

Total number of questions - 20

  • captain of Indian under 19 world cup team
  • The theme of the day observed on 24th Jan every year
  • pulses conclave was held in

5. NABARD Grade A Exam Analysis: Agriculture and Rural Development

Level of the section - Difficult

Total number of questions - 40

Questions were asked on the following topics

  • Current Meetings held
  • Questions based on NABARD

6. NABARD Grade A Exam Analysis: Economic and Social Issues

Level of the section - Moderate- difficult

Total Number of questions - 40

Details and questions -

  • Growth production
  • Breed of Cattle
  • Maincrop and trap crop
  • Maximum production of sunflower in which area?
  • Maximum production of rice is in which area?

7. NABARD Grade A Exam Review: Computer Knowledge

Level of the section - Moderate

Total Number of questions - 20

Details and questions -

  • What is a hyperlink?
  • Input-output device
  • Hardware example
  • WAN example
  • question on Virus, spam, etc.
  • What is the permanent source for the computer?
  • What is URL?
  • Application software-2 ques

NABARD Grade A Exam 2021: Number of Good Attempts

Good attempts are the number of questions attempted by the maximum number of students. Below you can have a look at the Nabard Grade A 2021 exam good attempts to understand the level of competition and have a clear picture of the cut off.

Name of the Section

Number of Good Attempts

Quantitative Aptitude

-

Reasoning Ability

-

English Language

-

Computer Knowledge

-
General Awareness-
Economic and Social Issues-
Agriculture and Rural Development Section Review --
Total-

As per the level of the exam, the following are the good attempts for the NABARD Grade A 2020 Exam -

Name of the Section

Level

Number of Good Attempts

Quantitative Aptitude

Easy

15+

Reasoning Ability

Easy

14+

English Language

Moderate

27+

Computer Knowledge

Moderate

13+ questions
General AwarenessModerate-Difficult13+ questions
Economic and Social IssuesModerate25+ questions
Agriculture and Rural Development Section Review -Moderate-Difficult23+ questions
Total 160+ questions

NABARD Grade A Expected Cut Off 2021

Name of the Section

Expected Cutoff

Quantitative Aptitude

-

Reasoning Ability

-

English Language

-

Computer Knowledge

-
General Awareness-
Economic and Social Issues-
Agriculture and Rural Development Section-
Total-

Good Luck!

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