Railways Exam (RRB)

Railway Exams: The Ultimate Key For Preparation

 

 

 

We all know that Indian Railways has announced bumper jobs under Government of India. Ministry of Railways is the famous entity which offer best in industry incentives for its employees. In this article we will share the best approach to qualify such exams.

First of all we must know the exam pattern and syllabus for the railway exams . At present Railways Recruitment Board has announced the notification for Group D , Assistant Loco Pilots and Technician exams. We will discuss a common strategy for both the exams as both have common syllabus like every aptitude based exam.

  1. Quantitative Aptitude: This section is most scoring one among all. The best approach to crack this exam is to practice countless MCQs. This will surely make you familiar with different and new question every time, a new concept in itself. You can subscribe for a test series available on www.prepdoor.com or a sectional test package available exclusively for quantitative aptitude. For formulas and conceptual knowledge you can refer any standard book available in market.
  2. Reasoning: If you got the common sense then you can even score 100% in this section. You just have to open your mind and practice as many questions as you can.
  3. General science: NCERT is the best option to crack the tough nut. Study and try to solve questions from class 6th – 10th , NCERT books. You can also study Lucent`s GK for the same. Don’t forget to practice MCQs on the topic.
  4. General Awareness: This is one of the vast subject and cost-benefit ratio is also not that much good. So, without keeping much hopes from this section, try to compensate this from another section which you can handle easily. But never miss on having updates for what is going on in the world around you. 

So, without giving much stress on a particular subject, try to expand the horizon of your knowledge. Specially in general awareness section give emphasis on current affairs as it is clearly mentioned in the syllabus. You can download or buy any good monthly magazine for current affairs and try to cover at least six months current affairs. One thing is most important- practice more and more questions as the questions are likely to be repeated from many other examination question paper.

Good Luck!