How to Score More in RBI Grade B Exam 2022: Expert Tips and Strategies

By Amrit Gouda|Updated : May 11th, 2022

Scoring good marks in the RBI Grade B Prelims exam is very necessary in order to get qualified for the Mains exam. As the RBI Grade B Prelims exam is scheduled to be held on 28th May 2022, all the serious aspirants must have started their preparation.

In order to boost your RBI Grade B exam 2022 preparation, we are here with some of the best tips and strategies. Kindly go through the complete article to make the most out of it.

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The RBI Grade B selection process is divided into three distinct phases— Phase I, which is the Prelims Exam, Phase II, which forms the Mains exam, and Phase III, the final Interview. Individual sections follow in detail, to focus on preparation for specific sections.

RBI Grade B Prelims Exam Pattern 2022

We have already discussed the detailed syllabus and exam pattern of the RBI Grade B Exam. Make sure that you go through it to understand the pattern and structure of the exam in a better way.

Name of SubjectNo. of QuestionsMaximum MarksTime Duration
General Awareness808025 Minutes
English Language303025 Minutes
Quantitative Aptitude303025 Minutes
Reasoning Ability606045 Minutes
Total200200120 Minutes

How to Improve your Score/Marks in RBI Grade B Exam 2022?

Here are some section-wise tips that will help you crack the RBI Grade B exam and perform well at the RBI Grade B result.

General Awareness Preparation Tips for RBI Grade B exam

General Awareness can be considered to be the most important section of the RBI Grade B exam. Kindly go through the below points before starting preparation.

  • This consists of 80 questions sourced from public access to contemporary knowledge, finances and economics, national policies, and current news.
  • These questions can be divided into specific areas such as Financial News and Banking Concepts, technical Banking and Economics terms along with policies, regulations, and laws.
  • A thorough perusal of financial newspapers and journals of the past few months is crucial. Economic Times and Business Standard offer national and global perspectives.
  • For your preparation, you can also follow our Daily GK Updates on a regular basis, as well as our series, Big Bank Theory and Financial Awareness, which will help you prepare better. 
  • Other areas are classic GK and current affairs; questions on famous points of interest across the country are asked.
  • Prominent National Parks, summits, cinema, politics, transport, alternate power generation, and tourist, and historical spots are important.
  • Candidates can retain maximum information efficiently by framing their learning process as a quiz, instead of rote learning.

English Language Preparation Tips for RBI Grade B exam

You can easily score good marks in this section if prepared well. 30 questions asked in this section are spread across four sections. These are-

Reading Comprehension
10 questions are provided on a financial and/or economic passage, so the habitual reading of financial newspapers is helpful. Answers must be written keeping the question’s demands in mind at all times. Vocabulary questions on uncommon words in the passage are asked. Antonyms and synonyms should be familiarised, and the passage itself carefully read to determine the given word’s contextual meaning and answer accordingly.

Cloze Test
A passage is provided, with ten blanked-out words. It needs meticulous reading. Sentences should be seen as one continuous passage with connecting tenses and participle forms. Articles need to be appropriately used when used with general/specific facts. Only a few options for any given word can be correct so elimination is necessary to arrive at the answer. The passage’s style should be checked which can narrow down the choice of words.

Para jumbles
In each question, five lines are ordered haphazardly that need to be arranged as a coherent paragraph. The options are usually redundant and can be confusing to candidates. The first line is one that clearly introduces a person or concept, and the rest follow that idea. Connectives such as ‘besides’, ‘if’, — any word that refers to previously mentioned entities cannot begin a starting sentence.

Spotting Error
In spotting grammatical errors in any one of the four parts of a sentence, singular and plural nouns should be understood, such as ‘police’, ‘scissors’ etc. Gerunds and modals should be grasped as well, along with relative pronouns and the use of ‘whom’, ‘neither…nor/either…or’, ‘No sooner…than’, etc. Grammar can be refined through extensive reading of texts of Wren and Martin, and Word Power Made Easy by Norman Lewis.

Apart from this, you can also expect questions from Sentence Improvement, Para completion, Fillers, etc. 

Quantitative Aptitude Preparation Tips for RBI Grade B exam

With proper conceptual clarity and dedicated practice, you can easily achieve very good marks in this section. Kindly go through the below preparation tips for RBI Grade B exam quant preparation.

  • In 30 questions, several types of problems are given, like number series, wherein the pattern of a series of seemingly random numbers needs to be identified.
  • Commonalities need to be determined among numbers, like all even, odd, or prime numbers, perfect squares/cubes, or multi-pliable/divisible by a certain number.
  • In Missing Data Interpretation (DI) questions, candidates need to be aware of percentage contributions.
  • In Caselet DI questions, a block of text containing numerical information is given, so a table/graph will result in a faster solution.
  • The substantial information should be noted down for easy reference.
  • Candidates can revise chapters on Profit and Loss; Simple and Compound Interest; Ratio and Proportion; Speed, Distance and Time; Mean, Median, Mode, etc from the study notes available on our app for the remaining sundry questions.

Reasoning Ability Preparation Tips for RBI Grade B exam

Reasoning ability is all about your thinking power and imagination skill. Practice is the only key to success in this section. Kindly go through the below tips.

  • This section has 60 questions on syllogisms, puzzles, Input Output, and Data Sufficiency, among others.
  • Associative relationships need to be understood for syllogisms as well as puzzles, and visualization along with logical elimination is necessary for linear arrangements.
  • For Input Output problems, an understanding chronology of words and numbers, as well as fixed positions of certain values, and mathematical operations based on unit or ten places is crucial.
  • Coding and Decoding are another important part of this section for which rules of letter coding and substitution need to be grasped.
  • Letters can be substituted for the very next letter or their own opposites, or substituted for their own position or even the contrary.
  • Mixed letter and number coding require logical elimination of possibilities until the solution is ascertained.

RBI Grade B Mains Exam Pattern 2022

Let's have a look at the RBI Grade B Phase 2 exam pattern before starting your preparation. RBI Grade B Phase 2 consists of both objectives as well subjective questions.

Name of Test

Paper Type

Maximum Marks

Time Allotted

No. of Questions

Paper I - Economic and Social Issues

• 50% Objective Test

• 50% Descriptive Test(Answers to be typed with the help of a keyboard)

 50

 50

30 mins

90 mins

*

Paper-II - English (Writing Skills)

Descriptive Test(Answers to be typed with the help of a keyboard)

100

90 mins

3

Paper III - Finance and Management

• 50% Objective Test

• 50% Descriptive Test(Answers to be typed with the help of a keyboard)

 50

 50

30 mins90 mins

*

The second phase has three separate papers.

For Paper I, fiscal policy, trade policies, Five-Year Plans, privatization, and organizations such as the World Trade Organization and the World Bank are important. It also centers around prevalent social issues. Cases of rape and assault across privileged and prejudiced sections of society, religious intolerance, gender bias, sustainable human development, political apparatus, and various social protest movements are crucial. Reports such as the Human Development Report by the United Nations Development Programme help in preparing for this paper, as do books such as Indian Economy and Indian Polity by Ramesh Singh and M. Laxmikanth respectively, along with NCERT books on the same. 

Paper II is a descriptive paper focusing on determining the candidate’s writing skills. Multiple questions deal with bank-related tasks, like issuing circulars, and drafting letters and committee reports to concerned parties such as subsidiary banks and commercial associations. Essay writing skills are tested through a 500-word essay on numerous social and economic topics. Candidates would do well to be familiar with social injustices, disease outbreaks, and longstanding economic issues while developing a habit of writing long passages. A passage is also given, of which a précis is required. Essential points should be noted, and redundant points eliminated.

Paper III focuses on Finance and Management. Finance deals with features of organizations such as the Export-Import Bank of India (EXIM) and National Housing Bank (NHB) among others. Questions are also set on the Banking sector, the Union Budget, inflation, and alternative sources of finance. Management deals with responsibilities of management such as Organization, Staffing, Directing, Controlling, et al. Leadership, Motivation, and Communication’s theories and processes are focused upon. Human Resource Development is important as well. ISC Commerce by C.B. Gupta, along with books on organizational behavior and management principles by T.N. Chhabra are recommended.

RBI Grade B Phase III Interview 2022

The final stage is the interview by the RBI panel, where you, the candidate, should remember to relax and be yourself. Be comfortable in your body language, and well-versed in basic economics/finance. Knowledge of current affairs would be helpful as well. Being genuine and understated works much better than insincere, glorified responses.

Expert Tips to Crack RBI Grade B Exam 2022

We are here with some of the important tips to help you complete your preparation in an effective way. Let's check some of the expert tips to crack the RBI Grade B exam 2022.

  • Make sure that you have a proper understanding of the previous year's cutoff of the RBI Grade B Exam so that you have a fair idea of the minimum number of safe attempts.

  • Go through the previous year's question paper for RBI Grade B exam.

  • Start with basic chapters and understand the core concepts.

  • Attempt mock tests and analyze strong and weak areas.
  • Cover GA properly, as it consists of a large chunk of the RBI Grade B exam.

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FAQs

  • First, go through the syllabus and exam pattern properly to not miss out on any important facts. Identify the important chapters and go through the important concepts. Practice mock tests regularly to identify your strong and weak areas and focus on the weak chapters.

  • First go through the concepts of easy and mark-fetching chapters such as number series, simplification, approximation, quadratic equation, Average, percentage, etc. Then go for other remaining arithmetic chapters and Data interpretation. Practice sectional tests to assess your preparation level.

  • To crack the RBI Grade B exam you need to have a clear vision and proper study plan. You can make a study plan based on your strengths and weakness. Stick to the study plan properly. Regularly assess your level and focus on your weak zones.

  • General Awareness is the most important section of the RBI Grade B exam. Just go through the previous year's paper to know the important chapters with significant weightage. Cover the last 5-6 months of current affairs. Go through important magazines and the RBI FAQ website. Practice daily quizzes and mock tests to retain the facts.

  • First, go through the previous year's question paper and cut-off to know the types of questions asked and the level of competition. Then make a preparation strategy. Cover important chapters and practice mock tests regularly. Analyzing mock tests is the most important pillar of the preparation phase.

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