The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) conducts the IBPS RRB exam to recruit aspirants for various roles in the Regional Rural Banks across the country.
This IBPS RRB exam basically recruits for four different posts:
- Group B Office Assistants
- Group A Scale 1 Officer
- Group A Scale 2 Officer
- Group A Scale 3 Officers
The tests for Office Assistants and Scale 1 Officers have the same pattern i.e. the Prelims and the Mains, whereas a Single Examination and Interview are conducted for the Scale 2 and Scale 3 Officers.
The Prelims test for both the Office Assistants and Scale 1 Officers were moderately difficult. The reasoning sections were a bit tricky but were doable while the numerical papers were moderate and time-consuming. The difficulty level of the English paper for both the test was between easy and moderate.
The Mains paper, as usual, was a bit tougher than the prelims and required in-depth concepts to solve. Time played a vital role as most of the questions were time-consuming.
The Single Examination for the Officer Scale 1 and Scale 2 was again a bit competitive and tested the thorough knowledge of the candidates. Again the time was very crucial since the questions were a bit time-consuming.
For the candidates preparing for this year, it is very necessary to solve the previous year bank exams question papers so as to get well acquainted with the pattern and the difficulty level of the questions generally asked in the RRB exams.
Solving previous year question papers for bank exams will not only challenge the current level of preparation but will also increase the confidence level of the candidates.
Byju’s provides you with the latest IBPS Previous Year Question Papers for Regional Rural Banks (RRB). Candidates who are preparing for IBPS exam can refer these question papers.
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