RBI Assistant Prelims Exam as announced by the Reserve Bank of India has been scheduled on two dates in 4 different slots on each day.

RBI Assistant Exam Analysis Today has been published for all four shifts. Candidates who will be appearing for the exam on February 15, 2020, must boost their last-minute preparations from RBI Assistant Memory Based Paper.

  • The exam is scheduled for February 14 and February 15, 2020.
  • The RBI Assistant Students Review is based on the conversation with the students who appeared for the exam
  • Candidates were allowed to enter the exam hall only if they reached the center in time or as per the RBI Assistant Shift Timings.
  • The reviews might vary from location to location, however, the overall difficulty level of the exam was easy.
  • Since the exam was conducted after 3 years, the number of applicants appearing for the RBI Assistant Exam was large.

RBI Assistant Exam Analysis

The RBI Assistant Pre Exam Analysis Review has been mentioned in the detail for the students to analyze their weak areas or to improve their basics in the last moment. The RBI Assistant Paper Analysis also includes the questions asked in the exam to give you an insight into what you might have missed.

Candidates must not forget to solve RBI Assistant Previous Year Papers to score the best in the exam. Since most of the students review that the exam was from the previous year's questions.

RBI Assistant Shift 1 Analysis 2020 RBI Assistant Shift 2 Analysis 2020 RBI Assistant Shift 3 Analysis 2020 RBI Assistant Shift 4 Analysis 2020

RBI Assistant Paper Analysis 2020 (15 February)

Check the overall analysis of all the four shifts below.

RBI Assistant Shift 2 Analysis 2020

Check the table below to know the overall difficulty level for each of the Reasoning Section, Quantitative Aptitude Section, and English Section. Know the difficulty and time allotted for each of the sections in the table below-

Sections Difficulty Level Good Attempts Number of Questions
English Language Easy 24-26 30
Numerical Ability Easy 29-33 35
Reasoning Ability Moderate 29-32 35
Total Easy 81-85 100

RBI Assistant Shift 1 Exam Analysis 2020

Sections No. of Questions Difficulty Level Good Attempts
Reasoning Ability 35 Easy to Moderate 25-30
Numerical Ability 35 Easy to Moderate 23-28
English Language 30 Easy to Moderate 24-27
Total 100 Easy to Moderate 76-83

RBI Assistant Paper Analysis 2020 (14 February)

RBI Assistant Exam for 14 Feb has been successfully conducted without any technical discrepancies for all the exam centers. RBI Assistant Cut off will be decided based on the total applicants who appeared for the exam, vacancies and overall difficulty level of the exam. Here is an insight into the overall RBI Assistant 14 Feb Exam Analysis:

  • The overall exam turned out to be easy for most of the applicants. The total number of good attempts were 84-90 out of the total questions asked.
  • Simplification dominated the Quant/Maths section in the exam with 15 questions. It was easy to solve the maths section.
  • Puzzles topic held the highest weightage in the Reasoning section with 15 questions from easy to moderate level of difficulty.
  • English section was entirely very easy as mentioned by the students while the Reading Comprehension took some time.

RBI Assistant Prelims Analysis 2020- Overall

The Prelims exam will be conducted online and generally on a moderate level. The candidates are required to complete 100 questions within a time limit of 60 minutes. There will be three sections in the question paper-Reasoning Ability(35 questions), Numerical Ability(35 questions) and English Language(30 questions). Go through the table below for RBI Assistant Exam Analysis 14 Feb 2020 for the Prelims phase-

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Sections No. of Questions Difficulty Level Good Attempts
Reasoning Ability 35 Easy to Moderate 23-31
Numerical Ability 35 Easy to Moderate 22-28
English Language 30 Easy to Moderate 24-27
Total 100 Easy to Moderate 75-82

RBI Assistant Pre Exam Analysis 2020 (Shift 1)

Go through all the tables below for section-wise RBI Assistant 2020 Exam Analysis as these will help you to understand which topics to give more emphasis on, the question pattern types, the number of questions from each section and many more.

RBI Assistant Paper Analysis 2020 for Maths Section

Go through the table below for the RBI Assistant Exam Analysis 2020 for the Numerical Ability Section in Prelims exam-

Topics Difficulty Level Number of Questions
DI (Line Graph) Easy to Moderate 5
Wrong Number Series Easy to Moderate 5
Simplification Easy 15
Arithmetic Moderate 10
Total Easy to Moderate 35

RBI Assistant Prelims Exam Analysis 2020 for Reasoning Ability

Go through the table below for the RBI Assistant Prelims Paper Analysis 2020 for the Reasoning Ability Section-

Topics Difficulty Level Number of Questions
Number Based Easy 2
Alphabet Based Easy 1
Puzzle (Sitting Arrangements, Linear & Circular, & Month Based) Easy to Moderate 15
Syllogism Easy to Moderate 3
Inequality Easy 3
Direction & Distance Easy 3
Alphabet Series Easy to Moderate 5
Miscellaneous Easy to Moderate 3
Total Easy to Moderate 35

RBI Assistant Prelims Exam Analysis 2020 for English Section

Go through the table below for the RBI Assistant Pre Exam Analysis 2020 for the Reasoning Ability Section-

Topics Difficulty Level Number of Questions
Cloze Test Easy  5
Fillers Easy 5
Reading Comprehension Easy to Moderate 10
Error Detection Easy 5
Sentence Correction Easy  5
Total Easy 30

RBI Assistant Expected Cut Off 2020

Check the table below for the section-wise RBI Assistant Expected CutOff 2020 for Prelims-

Category English Numerical Ability Reasoning Ability Total
SC, ST, ALL- PWD 9.00 10.00 10.00 29.00
OBC, OBC-EXS 10.00 11.00 12.00 33.00
GENERAL, GEN-EXS 11.00 12.00 13.00 36.00

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RBI Assistant Exam Analysis 2017-18-Overall

It is apparent that the candidates should go through the previous year's detailed analysis. Go through the overall RBI Assistant Prelims Analysis for the year 2017-18-

Subjects Good Attempts Time (in min.) Difficulty Level
English Language 18-20 15 Easy-Moderate
Reasoning Ability 28- 30 20 Easy
Numerical Ability 23-25 25 Easy-Moderate
Total 83-86 60 Easy-Moderate

RBI Assistant Exam Analysis 2017-18 for Numerical Ability Section

Go through the table below for the RBI Assistant Pre Exam Analysis 2017-18 for the Numerical Ability Section in Prelims exam-

Topics Number of Questions Difficulty Level
Number Series 5 Easy
Tabular DI 5 Easy-Moderate
Simplification 10 Moderate
Compound Interest 1 Easy
Profit and Loss 2 Easy
Ratio and Proportion 1 Moderate-Difficult
Average 1 Easy
Discount 2 Easy
Time and Work 1 Moderate-Difficult
Boat and Streams 1 Easy
Problem of Ages 1 Easy
Miscellaneous 5 Easy-Moderate
Total 35 Easy-Moderate

RBI Assistant Previous Year Exam Analysis 2017-18 for Reasoning Ability Section

Go through the table below for the RBI Assistant Exam Analysis 2017-18 for the Reasoning Ability Section in Prelims exam-

Topics Number of Questions Difficulty Level
Number Series 5 Easy
Inequalities 3 Easy
Puzzle and Sitting Arrangements 10 Moderate
Coding-Decoding - Easy
Blood Relation 4 Easy
Order and Ranking 2 Very Easy
Alphabet Series 5 Very Easy
Miscellaneous 4 Easy
Total 35 Easy

RBI Assistant Previous Year Exam Analysis 2017-18 for English Section

Go through the table below for the RBI Assistant Exam Analysis 2017-18 for the Reasoning Ability Section in Prelims exam-

Topics Difficulty Level Number of Questions
Error Detection Easy 8
Single Filler Easy-Moderate 5
Reading Comprehension Moderate 12
Spelling Easy-Moderate 5
Total Easy-Moderate 30

FAQ's

I am 19 Year Old, Can I apply for the RBI Assistant Exam?

The Age Limit to apply for the RBI Assistant Examination is 20 to 28 Years.

What Subjects are asked in the RBI Assistant Recruitment Exam?

Candidates are tested in the following Subjects- Prelims:- 1) English 2) Numerical Ability 3)Reasoning Ability Mains Exan:- 1)Reasoning Ability 2)English 3)Numerical Ability 4) GK 5) Computer Knowledge

Does RBI Assistant Exam have Negative Marking?

Yes, Negative Marking is applicable in the RBI Assistant Recruitment Exam. 0.25 Marks are deducted for each incorrect answer in both Prelims & Mains Exam.

What is the RBI Assistant Selection Process?

Reserve Bank of India selects candidates for RBI Assistant Recruitment on the Basis of 1) Prelims 2) Mains & 3) Language Proficiency Test (LPT)

How many attempts are allowed in RBI Assistant Examination?

There IS no fixed number of attempts in RBI Assistant examination.The minimum Age at which one can appear is 21 years and the maximum Age limit to appear for the examination is 28 years.

Does RBI Assistant has Sectional cutoffs?

Yes, RBI Assistant Examination has sectional cutoffs for both the Preliminary and Mains stages of the examination.

How can I prepare for RBI Assistant?

A candidate should prepare according to the assigned syllabus, solve at least 5 years previous year questions of RBI Assistant and solve Mock Test Series to clear the RBI Assistant Examination.Smart work along with hard work will lead the candidate to selection.

Is the RBI Assistant Exam tough?

No, the RBI Assistant Examination is considered as an easy exam.With proper strategy and hard work one can easily clear the exam.

Is RBI Assistant a Government Sector Job?

No, it is independently conducted by Reserve Bank of India.

Is RBI Assistant Exam conducted in an Online mode or Offline mode?

RBI Assistant Exam is conducted in an online mode completely.

Is RBI Assistant Examination conducted every year?

Yes, RBI Assistant Examination is conducted every year in two stages- Prelims and Mains.

Do RBI Assistant have different cut off for different categories?

Yes, RBI Assistant have different cut offs for General, SC,ST, OBC, PWD, EXS categories.

Where can I find previous year RBI Assistant Cut Off ?

A candidate can find the RBI Assistant Cut Offs of previous years easily on various websites.You can find them on toprankers.com as well.

When will RBI Assistant Prelims be conducted?

RBI Assistant Prelims Exam is scheduled for February 14 and February 15, 2020. The exam will be conducted in two different slots on each day. 

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Subashree R

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Hai..I have attempted 80 questions in rbi prelims (assistant),Feb 15 2nd slot.,quants I could attend 29,eng-30 and reasoning 21.is that a good attempt
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Subashree R

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Hai..I have attempted 80 questions in rbi prelims (assistant),Feb 15 2nd slot.,quants I could attend 29,eng-30 and reasoning 21.is that a good attempt
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