RRB JE Exam Analysis for May 23rd 2019 Shift 3 lasted 90 minutes from 4:00 pm to 5:30 p.m. This RRB JE Paper Analysis will help the aspiring candidates in the subsequent slots. It will help in understanding the exam pattern followed this year, what kind of questions were asked, what the difficulty level is this time around and many more insights.

What did the Students say about RRB JE CBT 1 Exam Shift 3?

  • The previously structured RRB JE Exam Pattern was followed.accurately.
  • The paper was Moderate in terms of difficulty. 
  • Candidates claimed that General Science was a bit tricky in this shift
  • General Knowledge section was basic and simple to answer
  • Different centres had different Questions related to their respective states.
  • Questions were easy to understand
  • The segregation in the exam was appropriate.
  • Time management was easy to do.

RRB JE Math Exam Analysis for Shift 3

-This section had an average level of difficulty 

-Calculations could be comfortably done

Essential Topics from Maths section in RRB JE CBT 1 

  • Ratio
  • LCM & HCF
  • Mensuration
  • Time and Work
  • Simple Interest/Compound Interest
  • Height & Distance
  • Trigonometry
  • Boat & Streams
  • Time, speed & distance
  • Pipe

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RRB JE CBT 1 for General Intelligence & Reasoning Section (Shift 3)

-The general reasoning section had challenging elements which needed focus.

-Some questions were easy to tackle.

-There were a few confusing questions.

Important Topics for RRB JE CBT 1 General Intelligence & Reasoning 

  • Coding-Decoding
  • Statement & Conclusions
  • Analogy
  • Venn Diagram
  • Syllogisms
  • Series
  • Direction based questions
  • Calendar based questions
  • Mirror Image

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RRB JE CBT 1 Exam Analysis for GK (Shift 3)

  • Popular topics were asked most.
  • We observed a trend that Political, Cabinet positions, Venue of Sports Events, Indian Constitution are some topics that were excessively asked.
  • Lok Sabha related questions 
  • Election-related questions
  • Books and Authors
  • Chemical Formulas

 Questions asked in the GK Section RRB JE CBT 1, Shift 3

  • When did the non-cooperation movement start? A-1920
  • Who is the CM of Haryana? A- Manohar Lal Khattar
  • Who is the Governor of Kerela? A-Palanisamy Sathasivam
  • What is the total number of Lok Sabha seats in Karnataka? A-28
  • Who won the best actress in IIFA Awards 2019? A- Alia Bhatt
  • How many gold medals did India win in Asian Games 2018? A-15
  • Who is the HRD Minister? A- Prakash Jabrekar
  • Who won the Abel prize in 2019? A- Karen Uhlenbeck
  • Who won the award for Swach Bharat yatra? A- Tamil Nadu

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General Science Analysis (RRB JE CBT 1, Shift 3)

  • We have observed a trend that Topics Periodic Table, Concave/Convex Lenses, Instruments & their History are being consistently asked in all shifts.
  • This section was had a medium level difficulty
  • Candidates generally felt that this was an easier than expected section
  • Most questions could be answered well before time

Questions asked in the General Science RRB JE Paper

  • What is the formula of Borax? A-Na2[B4O5(OH)4]·8H2O
  • What is the atomic number of Silver? A-47
  • How is the electric current measured? A- ammeter (from Ampere Meter)
  • What is the primary sex organ in men? A- Testes
  • What metalloid element is not a borderline element? 
  • What field of Mathematics was invented by Newton? A- Calculus
  •  How many atoms are present in Ozone? A- 3 atoms
  • What is the molecule formula of Propane? A-C3H8
  • Which gas is used to prevent Oxidisation? A-Nitrogen

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Exam Pattern for RRB JE 2nd Stage

 

Subjects

No. Of Questions

Marks

Duration

1

General Awareness

15

15

120 min

2

Physics & Chemistry

15

15

3

Basics of Computers and Applications

10

10

4

Basics of Environment and Pollution Control

10

10

5

Technical Abilities

100

100

 

TOTAL

150

150

 

 

 

 

 

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