Tuesday, 12 July 2016

Strategy to crack the RBI Grade B exam Tips & Books

Dear Readers. My name is Vishal Sharma. Today I am sharing Strategy to crack the RBI Grade B exam Tips & Books.
In this article we are presenting some helpful strategy to crack the RBI Grade B exam with  tips and better preparation books list. This is mean time because RBI Grade 'B' Recruitment Notification released and much more candidate are waiting for apply online for this vacancy. RBI Grade B Syllabus and Books to Read. The best strategy to crack this exam or for that matter any exam is to fall in love with the idea of doing exactly that. We will start this series with RBI grade B syllabus and books. We would recommend you to go through this syllabus diligently.

There are many websites at where you can take Mock Test Series for RBI Grade-B Exam. Almost all the test providers provide one test completely free of cost.

How to prepare for the RBI Grade B Officer exam

This is common asked questions from many readers. So, You crack this exam with basic tips and tricks available here. This must that you clear your basics if you are from non-eco,non-finance background candidate. Then pick one better book (click here) mentioned by RBI and go with it but only those topics which are given in the RBI Grade 'B' Exams syllabus. Make your self notes and read Meritmock GK, Meritmock Current Affairs,so that you can crack this exam. For your optional subject in phase II Exam- choose your subject wisely according to your comfort level.

If you happen to prepare for RBI grade B officers exam then you need to remain highly motivated not only because the exam is kind of really tough but also because the organisation you are going to work for is the most reputable in the country. Passing and not passing this examination might be the difference between a great life and poverty for you and this, my friend, should push you beyond limits.

well, the idea is really simple! if you fall in love with the exam that is it takes your every iota of energy then you can nail anything in the world and for that matter, any exam is end of the day just another exam where people prepare and people clear!

Coming back to the dos and donts.

1. Read newspapers everyday (Hindu, Livemint, Economic Times)
2. Economic survey, India budget from UNION BUDGET
3. All committee reports and speeches published in RBI website
4. Foreign exchange topic is very good in Datt and Sundaram.
5. Study from NCERT books. NCERT books are available for free and almost all topics in the syllabus are covered. You just gotta explore
6. P C Tripathi is simple and lucid for management. However it covers only 60% of the syllabus. Remainign topics you can study from IGNOU material. They are handpicked and uploaded in mrunal.org. Search for it
7. For phase 1 this may help a little though it is outdated. Preparation tips for bank exams- RBI Asst/RBI Grade B/ IBPS PO/ SBI PO

Phase one is the trickest aspect wherein you fight for a place among over a few lakh aspirants. The nature of the competition is such that not always the most deserving candidates make the cut for phase two but this is also an advantage.

as far as phase one is concerned, you need to take it absolutely seriously or else you go out of the roof in three days which is the time it takes for phase one result to be declared. quant was hell this time so you need to realize whatever small number of questions you do should be correct one hundred percent or else you are screwed with class tenth level maths!

business standard is the best finance paper in the country so follow it daily and Indian express is the only progressive newspaper which still serves you with news. hence, you need to do yourself a favor and read them both absolutely religiously.for economics and finance part, half the job has been done with this much only.

for beginners, read ncert text books once to brush up your basics and keep them away forever. hereon no textbook is required. buy tim harford's undercover economist and undercover economist strikes back for micro and macro economics respectively. the books are so good and witty that you will thank me to have introduced you with them!

for management part, just match syllabus word by word with wikipedia search keywords a week before phase two and apply your common sense during the exam! some of the questions were so easy that i had to check them multiple times to find out the catch and the only catch therein was they being easy!

for English, download word web dictionary app and do look for every word which comes your way and in a longish duration you would notice that your vocabulary has significantly improved. i have been looking up for every word which i think i dont know the exact meaning of for every single day for the last three years! hence i really score above 95% in English section in every exam i write! and this improves your communication skills which end of the day makes you stand out. as they say, never underestimate the seductive power of a fantastic vocabulary

!rest i think is general, just work hard and you are on your way to the best finance job in the country! the idea is really simple! if you fall in love with the exam that is it takes your every iota of energy then you can nail anything in the world and for that matter, any exam is end of the day just another exam where people prepare and people clear!all the best

Important Points to be summarize:

1. Business standard plus indian express is a must for each day and always

2. Dig up rbi website religiously which gives you the best facts figures an forms of speech on the world of fianance and the state of economy

3. Finish economic survey, budget and other policy documents released by the government and other multilateral agencies

This is all in addition to going through standard text books like ncert etc which since you are a serious chap, must have finished long ago!

Read one newspaper daily either The Hindu, Mint or BS. Visit RBI and Meritmock website regularly for any new circular issued by RBI and latest study notes updated by MM team.

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