RRB NTPC last day analysis: Difficulty level was moderate and balanced, say candidates

RRB NTPC last day evaluation: The section 1 of Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) Non Technical Popular Categories (NTPC) recruitment examination concluded on January 13. The candidates, who appeared on the last day, reviewed the paper as moderate and balanced. Out of 100 marks, basic consciousness carried 40 marks, whereas maths, basic intelligence and reasoning carried 30 marks every.

Aditya Sharma, an RRB aspirant, discovered the paper moderate in problem. “Apart from the mathematics section which is of higher difficulty level, the other sections of general awareness, general intelligence and reasoning are easy, and basic questions are asked from these sections,” stated Sharma.

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Another candidate Ankur Banerjee stated maths was troublesome and time-consuming. “The maths section was difficult and time-consuming, especially questions on trigonometry. The general awareness section had mostly questions from general science, while reasoning covered topics including diagram, Venn diagrams, analogies, coding-decoding. Both the sections are easy,” stated Banerjee.

According to Abhishek Patil, CEO, Oliveboard, “Apart from maths, the candidates found other sections easy. The average number of good attempts would be 68 to 75.” Patil reviewed the paper as moderate.

The second section of NTPC examination will likely be held from January 16 to 30. The recruitment drive is being held for appointment to 35,208 vacancies.


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