With the Prelims of NABARD Grade A/B falling on Jun 15, 2019, there are only 4 days to go for the exam. Your preparation must be going on in the top gear and in this article we attempt to help you give finishing touch to your preparation. This exam has 7 sections namely: English, Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, General Awareness, Computer Awareness, Economic & Social Issues and Agricultural & Rural Development. Let’s have a look at how to utilize the remaining 4 days to make the most of them.
English, Reasoning & Quantitative Aptitude
We hope you must have covered a majority of the topics in these 3 sections. What is left now is a lot of practice followed by properly analyzing your performance and putting more efforts on your weak areas. We recommend you to take a lot of Mock Tests in a controlled environment. This will not only help you practice more but will also give you a frank assessment of your performance along with areas of improvement. Analyze which topic took more time, see where is the knowledge-gap and try to fill it. With continuous practice, you should definitely see your rank improving as you take more Mock Tests.
Please keep in your mind that at this point in time, your focus should be more on General Awareness, Computer Awareness, Economic & Social Issues and Agricultural & Rural Development. All of these sections are scoring in nature if prepared well unlike English, Reasoning & Quantitative Aptitude which require clarity of different concepts and a lot of practice.
Unlike Quants, Reasoning & English, this section takes less time as there isn’t any process of solving is involved. Either you know the answer or you don’t know it. Revise your general awareness notes and memorize it in such a way that in the actual exam, you don’t get confused. After you’ve taken a Mock Test, make a note of the questions you couldn’t answer and memorize them. Take the quizzes on our platform and prepare on the questions you didn’t know.
As the name indicates, questions in this section can be asked about the different aspects of computers. Be prepared on the below topics:
- Historical Journey of Computer
- Computer Terminology
- MS Office
- Shortcut keys
- Operating Systems
- Hardware & Software
Revise these topics time and again to make the most of this section. A good score in this section can help your overall score to reach/surpass the overall cut-off. Take the Quizzes on Computer Section and test your knowledge. Consider going through “Objective Computer Awareness” by Arihant Publications.
Economic & Social Issues and Agricultural & Rural Development
Revise your notes multiple times. When revising, see the different aspects of a topic so that if a different question is asked from the same topic, you’re able to answer it. For eg., if you are revising the below question,
The Second Nationalization of Commercial Banks in India took place in?
You should have a look at the topic “Nationalization of Banks” and try to figure out what other questions can be framed on this topic and be prepared with their answers. Also, when solving Mock Tests, make a note of the questions you didn’t know the answer of and include them in your notes.
All in all, revision plays an important role at this point in time. Keep taking Mock Tests and analyze them and at the same time keep revising your notes for General Awareness, Computer Awareness, Economic & Social Issues and Agricultural & Rural Developments. Doing all of these activities at the same time might make you tired but it’s worth putting this much effort to be a NABARD Grade A/B Officer.
Wishing you all the best for your exam!