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How to Attempt NABARD Grade A mock test to get a good score in the exam?


The National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) is an apex regulatory organization owned by the Indian government and conducts several recruitments throughout the year. NABARD Grade A is an officer-level assistant manager position that is available in the Protocol & Security Service and the Rural Development Banking Service.

In this article, we are going to discuss how one can use mock tests as the most adequate tool for cracking NABARD Grade-A Exam.

NABARD Grade-A Exam is conducted in three phases:

  • Phase-1: Preliminary Examination (Online Exam).
  • Phase-2: Main Examination (Online Exam) and consists of MCQ and descriptive patterns.
  • Phase-3: Interview.

How to make the most of your NABARD Grade A Mock Tests?

Before we discuss NABARD Grade-A Exam strategies in detail, let us look at some common pointers which can subsequently help aspirants in scoring good marks in NABARD Grade A mock tests:

  • The average time is taken to solve a question (speed and accuracy have to be in sync). High speed with low accuracy will also be pointless.
  • Subjectwise competence (areas within a subject in which your performance has been consistent over some time).
  • On a scale of one to ten, rate your overall performance in a mock test depending on your degree of satisfaction after the test.
  • Once you have tracked your concepts/topics status and have identified the loose ends, it’s time to revisit those portions (if possible seek experts’ help). At BYJU’s Exam Prep we have an expert team for this and you can take help from our carefully curated questions.
  • Attempt as many mock tests as possible and synchronize your mock paper attempts so that your penultimate mock paper attempt is at its peak (in terms of performance, exam temperament, body clock adjustment, etc) and the actual exam should appear to you as just another mock drill.
  • The key imperatives are to eradicate weaknesses. Every weakness addressed will translate into a positive outcome, leading to better performance and better marks, thus improving the chances of moving ahead of the competition.

 Strategies for scoring good marks in the NABARD Grade-A exam?

  1. Create a realistic timetable. As you can see, the syllabus of the Grade A exam is vast. So, having a realistic timetable will help you to go about your NABARD Grade A preparation. 
  2. Develop reading and writing habits for NABARD Grade-A preparation for the English Language part of both the Prelims and Mains. Regularly read English newspapers and publications. Brush up on your English grammatical basics as well. Pay special attention to Comprehension Tests, Cloze Tests, Para Jumbles, and Error Spotting when practicing. Essays on social, political, economic, and cultural concerns are read and written. Be aware of the many letters writing formats.
  3. Have a thorough understanding of the ideas underlying each concept and discover how to solve the questions to ace the Reasoning Ability portion. At first, don’t try to master the shortcuts. Do so only once you’ve mastered the methodical techniques for answering the simple as well as twisted questions. While practicing reasoning questions, keep your thoughts relaxed. Syllogism, Sitting Arrangements (both circular and linear), Puzzles, Data Sufficiency, Mathematical Inequalities, and other topics are important for the Reasoning Ability portion.
  4. The application of many formulas is required in the Quantitative Aptitude of NABARD Grade A preparation. To learn the application, memorize the formulas for each chapter and solve practice questions of varying degrees of difficulty. Review the formulas frequently. Also, learn how to solve complex issues using shortcuts and methods. Solve numerous practice questions on topics such as data analysis and interpretation, profit and loss, simple and compound interest, mensuration, percentage, number series, probability, and so on.
  5. The General Awareness section needs a regular reading of newspapers and magazines. Also, read the latest yearbooks to know about important events that have happened around the world. Pay attention to events and news related to banking, finance, and the economy. This is very important for your NABARD Grade A preparation.
  6. For the Computer Aptitude section, spend a minimum of an hour on daily basis to learn about basic computer hardware and software.
  7. Also, make notes about banking policies, economic policies, social issues (especially the ones related to the economy), statistical data about the agriculture sector and rural development, various policies implemented for rural and agricultural development, etc.
  8. Every time you finish a chapter, work attentively on the practice questions. Revise questions that you find difficult to answer regularly.
  9. For rural development and issues, and current affairs, you can go through BYJU’s exam preparation website.
  10. In the NABARD Grade A exam, time management is critical. So, when you rehearse, make an effort to answer questions promptly.

Now that you have the preparation strategy for the NABARD Grade A exam at your disposal, you must wait no time in preparing for this important exam. Candidates who are serious about passing the NABARD Grade A Officer exam should utilize every resource available to them. You can take BYJU’s Exam Prep mock tests to have an idea about the nature and level of questions asked in the exam. Hope this helps.

All the best!!!

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