RBI Grade B Mock Tests

The RBI Grade B exam is a popular choice among job aspirants owing to the stability and dignified career it provides. As the RBI Grade B exam is just around the corner, BYJU’S through its free online RBI Grade B Mock Tests help the candidates to know their preparation level and where they stand among the competitions.

RBI Grade B exam is conducted for recruitment in the Reserve Bank of India. The RBI Grade B exam phase-I is on 9 November 2019 and for the comprehensive preparation of the same, it is important for the candidates to take the RBI Grade B Mock Tests on a daily basis.

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The RBI Grade B test series consists of free RBI Grade B Mock Tests that are aligned with the RBI Grade B previous year paper. Each online mock test of RBI Grade B exam comprises a comprehensive set of 25 questions that are adjacent to RBI Grade B previous year question paper.

Candidates can check the all-inclusive RBI Grade B previous year paper in the linked article.

Not only this, RBI Grade B test series will also provide a detailed solution along with the answer key in RBI Grade B free mock test PDFs.

The free online RBI Grade B mock test will prepare you for the final face-off by giving RBI Grade B model questions from the three main sections of RBI Grade B paper. Therefore, to revise the whole syllabus and analyze the level of preparation, candidates must take RBI Grade B Mock Test.

Also, practicing RBI Grade B previous year question paper and taking online quizzes is important for holistic preparation of the RBI Grade B exam.

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RBI Grade B Exam Pattern

The RBI Grade B notification 2019 has been released on September 20, 2019, on the official website of Reserve Bank of India. The exam for RBI Grade B Officer Phase -I is scheduled to happen on November 9, 2019.

Candidates preparing for RBI Grade B officer must be familiar with its exam pattern. The Reserve Bank of India sets the RBI Grade B exam pattern. The recruitment of RBI Grade B officers takes place in two stages, which are followed by the interview.

Check the detailed RBI Grade B exam pattern in the linked article.

The RBI Grade B Officer exam Phase -I consists of four main sections i.e. Reasoning Ability, Quantitative Aptitude, General Awareness, and English Language.

The exam pattern of RBI Grade B Officer more or less remains unchanged. Let’s have a look at the RBI Grade B officer exam pattern for Phase-I

RBI Grade B Officer Exam Pattern – Phase I
Sections No. of Questions Marks Duration
General Awareness 80 80 A composite time of 120 minutes is provided to the candidate.
Quantitative Aptitude 30 30
English Language 30 30
Reasoning 60 60
Total 200 200

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The pattern of RBI Grade B test series includes Verbal Ability, Reasoning Ability and Quantitative Aptitude. Candidates can refer to the RBI Grade B sample paper given below.

RBI Grade B Mock Test 1

Directions 1-3. Four statements with blanks and four alternatives have been given. Choose the one which fits into the set of statements the maximum number of times.

Q.1.

  1. I have had a small power of _________.
  2. Down with a very high fever, he suffers from frequent fits of _________.
  3. They are now bitter enemies – all because of a small ________.
  4. Her __________ is the most creative thing she has ever possessed.
  1. Misunderstanding
  2. Illusion
  3. Imagination
  4. Hallucination

Answer 3

Q.2.

  1. People sensed _________.
  2. A bad ________ case had come in – a person with a smashed arm.
  3. And then, without warning, ________ struck.
  4. The dogs were the first to recognize the signs of oncoming ________.
  1. Disaster
  2. Tragedy
  3. Accident
  4. Calamity

Answer 1

Q.3.

  1. Professional studies has become the _______ of the rich.
  2. Every citizen has the _______ to speak, travel and live as he pleases.
  3. He has a definite ________ over all his rivals.
  4. Sheron no longer has the ________ of the company’s bungalow and car.
  1. Advantage
  2. Right
  3. Concession
  4. Privilege

Answer 4

Directions 4-5 Given below are the capitalized words with four options. You need to choose the most similar meaning of the capitalized word.

Q.4. GRANDILOQUENCE

  1. Evasive Speech
  2. Speech
  3. Conversation
  4. Persuasive speech

Answer 2

Q.5. BELLIGERENT

  1. Believable
  2. Beneficial
  3. Unacceptable
  4. Warring

Answer 4

Directions 6-7 Given below are capitalized words with four options. You need to choose the alternative that is most opposite of the capitalized words.

Q.6. BIBLIOPHILE

  1. Ignoramus
  2. Babble
  3. Ardent reader
  4. Editor

Answer 1

Q.7 DELIRIUM

  1. Gravity
  2. flattery
  3. Sanity
  4. Fearful

Answer 3

Q.8. A.B and C together earn rupees 300 per day, while A and C together earns 188 and B and C together earns 152. What is the daily earning of C?

  1. 150
  2. 112
  3. 68
  4. 40

Answer 4

Solution 8:

B’s daily earning = 300 – 188 = 112

A’s Daily earning = 300 – 152 = 148

C’s daily earning = 300 – (112 + 148) = 40

Q.9. A man can do a job in 15 days. His father does the same work in 20 days and his son takes 25 days to finish the work. How long will it take to complete the work if they do it altogether?

  1. 6.4 days
  2. 5 days
  3. 7 days
  4. 4.4 days

Answer 1

Solution 9. 1 days work of three persons = (1/15 + 1/20 + 1/25)=47/300

So, altogether they will complete the work in 300/47 days = 6.4 days

Q.10. A man covered a distance of 180 km in 4 hours on a bike. How much distance will he cover on the bicycle in 8 hours if he rides the bicycle at one-sixth the speed of bike?

  1. 54
  2. 84
  3. 60
  4. 74

Answer 3

Solution 10. Speed of the bike is 180/4 = 45km

Speed of bicycle is (1/6) x 45 = 7.5 km

Required distance = (7.5 x 8) = 60km.

Q.11. A train leaves Kurnool at 4.10 p.m. and reaches Howrah at 7.25 p.m. the average speed of the train in 40 km/hr. What is the distance from Kurnool to Howrah?

  1. 140
  2. 130
  3. 135
  4. 120

Answer 2

Solution 11. Time taken by the train to reach Howrah is 3 hours 15 minutes = 13/4 hrs

Hence the distance = 40 x 13/4 = 130 kms.

Q.12. A car goes 20 metres in a second. Find its speed in kilometres per hours.

  1. 72
  2. 20
  3. 36
  4. 18

Answer 1

Solution 12.

1 m/sec = 18/5 km/hr

Car covers 20 metres in a seconds

Therefore, 20 m/sec = 20 x 18/5 = 72 km/ph

Q.13. A sum becomes its double in 10 years. Find the annual rate of S.I.

  1. 8%
  2. 7%
  3. 20%
  4. 10%

Answer 4

Solution 13. Let the sum be rupees S and S.I be rupees S

Time = 10 years

Rate = (S x 100) / (S x 10) = 10% per annum.

Q.14. The area of the rectangle is thrice that of a square. If the length of the rectangle is 40 cm and its breadth is 3/2 times that of the sides of the square. Find the side of the square.

  1. 30
  2. 20
  3. 70
  4. 60

Answer 2

Solution 14. Let the side of the square be f cm, then its area = f2 cm2

Area of rectangle = (3f2) cm2

Therefore, 40 x 3/2 x f = 3f2

F = 20

Q.15. A triangle of area 9 y cm2 has been drawn such that its area is equal to the area of an equilateral triangle of side 6 cm. The value of y would be?

  1. √2
  2. 2
  3. √3
  4. 3

Answer 3

Solution 15. 9y = √3/4 x 6 x 6

Y = (√3/4 x 6 x 6 x 1/9) = √3

Q.16. A group of 1200 persons consisting of captains and soldiers is travelling in a train. If for every 15 soldiers there is one captain, then what is the number of captains in the group?

  1. 75
  2. 82
  3. 80
  4. 70

Answer 1

Solution 16. Let the number of Captains in the group be C.

Then number of soldiers will be 15C

Therefore, c + 15c = 1200

16c = 1200

C =75.

Directions 17-19 Read the information given and carefully answer the questions.

Eight bikes are standing in two parallel rows containing four each, in such a way that there is an equal distance between adjacent bikes. In row-I Pulsar, FZ, Harley and Aviator are standing (but not necessarily in the same order) and all of them are facing North. In row-2 R15, DIO, Pleasure and Enfield are standing(but not necessarily in the same order) and all of them are facing south. Therefore, in the given arrangement each bike standing in a row faces another bike of the other row. Only one bike is standing between Harley and Pulsar. Pleasure does not face Harley. Two bikes standing between Harley and FZ. DIO is standing second to left of Enfield, Harley is an immediate neighbour of the bike who is facing Enfield.

Q.17. Who amongst the following faces Enfield?

  1. Pulsar
  2. FZ
  3. Harley
  4. Aviator

Answer 4

Q.18. Three of the following four are alike in a certain way based on the given arrangement and thus form a group. Who among the following does not belong to that group?

  1. R15 and Pleasure
  2. Harley and Aviator
  3. DIO and Enfield
  4. Pulsar and Harley

Answer 2

Q.19. Who among the following stands at the corner?

  1. FZ
  2. Enfield
  3. Pulsar
  4. Pleasure

Answer 1

Solution 17-19

Q.20.

Statement:

  • Some Beans are Brown.
  • Some Brown are coffee.
  • No Coffee is cold.

Conclusion:

  1. Some Beans are not Cold.
  2. Some Brown are not cold.
  3. Only I follows
  4. Only II follows
  5. Both I and II follows
  6. Neither I nor II follows

Answer 4

Solution 20.

Q.21.

Statement:

  • All cycles are bikes.
  • Some bikes are vans.
  • No van is car.

Conclusion:

  1. Some cycles are not cars is a possibility.
  2. Some cars are not cycles.
  3. Only I follows
  4. Only II follows
  5. Both I and II follows
  6. Neither I and II follows

Answer 1

Solution 21:

Directions 22-23 Read the information given and answer the questions.

There are six boxes i.e. B1.B2, B3, B4, B5 and B6 which are of different weight and no two boxes are of the same weight. Only two boxes are heavier than box B6. Box B1 is heavier than both B5 and B4 but is not the heaviest. Box B1 is 25 kg in weight. Box B6 is heavier than 25 kg. Box B2 is heavier than box B6 but not the heaviest.

Q.22. Which of the following box is the lightest among all?

  1. B3
  2. B4
  3. B6
  4. Either B4 or B5

Answer 4

Q.23. If box B is 32 kg in weight then what will be the possible weight of box F?

  1. 23 kg
  2. 35 kg
  3. 29 kg
  4. 33 kg

Answer 3

Solution 22-23

B3 > B2 > B6 > B1 > B4/B5 > B4/B5

Q.24. If the digits of the number 9 7 3 4 5 2 1 are arranged in ascending order within the number, how many digits will remain in the same position as they were in the number before the application of the operation?

  1. One
  2. Two
  3. Three
  4. None

Answer 3

Solution 24.

9 7 3 4 5 2 1

1 2 3 4 5 7 9

Q 25. In a class of 40 students Soham’s rank is 21 from the bottom and Tarun is 2 rank below Soham, then what is the rank of Tarun from the top?

  1. 22
  2. 23
  3. 24
  4. 20

Answer 1

Solution 25

40 -21 = 19

19 + 2 = 22 is Tarun’s rank

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