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How to Prepare for NABARD Assistant Manager in Grade ‘A’ Exam 2018?

Apr 23, 2018 16:52 IST
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Tips to preparation of  NABARD Asst. Manager in Grade ‘A’ Exam
Tips to preparation of NABARD Asst. Manager in Grade ‘A’ Exam

Recently, NABARD recently released notification for the recruitment to the posts of Assistant Manager in Grade ‘A’ for the year 2018.  The preliminary examination is scheduled to be held on 12th May 2018. The Main examination will be held on 6th June 2018.

All of you know the syllabus and most of you will be trying to finish it in as less time as possible so that you can revise, practice, etc. But what will make the difference in the final run? Let us understand general tricks you should follow during the preparation as well as examination phase.

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 Mock Tests

This is helpful for any competitive examination. Go for mock tests before the examination, but choose wisely in a huge market for competitive examination preparation institutes. But do not just go for mock tests, analyze your weakness after taking one and before appearing for the next.

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Practice Quant and Reasoning

These are the two sections that need exhaustive practice. The syllabus will be covered easily, but the lack of practice negates the hard work done by the candidates. So, practice questions from these sections on regular basis.

Understand what you are reading

This is mostly for the newly introduced sections. Do not mug up without getting any idea of what you are mugging up. Read, understand and revise. You do not have much time to revise and revise again and if you go through the topics without understanding, there are high chances that you forget everything in the examination hall.

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Focus on English                                                                     

This section will decide your fate since it carries 40 marks in prelims and another 100 in the Mains examination. So, get the basics of grammar right, practice reading comprehension and cloze test questions. The advantage of the section is you do not have to spend as much as time as reasoning and mathematics, but you get the marks if you are good at it.

Prelims and Mains are on the same day

Not literally, but obviously in other words. But get it into your head that, you are going for mains. That means you should prepare for both Prelims and Mains examination simultaneously. Do not think about Prelims and its results. This is a single process and consider it the same way.

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Primarily, NABARD  Grade A jobs are specialized in nature because you will always be involved in agriculture related issues. Nevertheless, the salary package and  good postings make it a lucrative career option for the banking aspirants. Promotional avenues will also open up in the near future.

Revision: Revision is absolutely necessary to crack the exam with flying colours. Your exam preparation is incomplete if you do not revise effectively. Revision is the key to get a good score in bank recruitment exams. You can maintain a topic wise revision sheet

All the best!!

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