This section requires consistent and rigorous practice. The applicants need to be proficient and accurate in solving the questions from the Numerical Ability. The difficulty level of the questions is usually of an easy to moderate level.
The aspirants need to consistently practice for this section to gain techniques for completing the section in time. The Numerical Ability comprises 40 questions in the Mains exam carrying equivalent marks. The Prelims section consists of 35 questions. The main RBI Assistant preparation tip is to maintain the pace and the accuracy to succeed in this section. The questions must be solved with utmost proficiency within the determined time span.
The important sections of the Numerical Ability are Data interpretation, Algebra, Mixture, Percentage, Quadratic Equation, ratio and proportion, Simplification, Average, Interest, Number Series, mensuration, Profit and Loss. The questions that the aspirant can also expect are HCF, Series completion, LCM, Approximation, Work efficiency, Decimals, speed, divisibility and average.