Railway Group D Exam Analysis :17th September 2018 Shift 2

Railway Group D Exam Analysis : 17th September 2018 | Shift 2

Dear Aspirants,

Railway department is today also conducted the Exam to fill up the 62,907 vacancies for the  Railway Group D posts. Our AffairsGuru Team is not leaving any stone to analyse the Railway all shifts. All the aspirants who have still next shift exam, they can get clear idea about the exam pattern and difficult level.

Railway Group D Shift Timing

There are three shifts in which RRB or Railway Group D Exam has been divided. There are some points that should be in mind while giving exams.

  • RRB Group D Exam is Computer Based Test.
  • Exam will be Binlingual (English & Hindi).
  • First Stage CBT round is for selecting candidates for second rounds CBT.
  • Marks of first CBT will not be included in the final merit list.
  • First Stage CBT will be for 90 minutes total only.
  • 1 / 3rd for every Incorrect Answer.
  • Total 100 questions will only be asked.

Shift 1 Timing : 09.00 AM to 10.30 AM

Shift 2 Timing : 12.30 PM to 02.00 PM

Shift 3 Timing : 04.00 PM to 05.30PM

Railway Group D Exam Analysis 17th September  2018

Below is given the Railway (RRB) Group D Exam analysis. Good attempts that need to do for chances of clearing this exam and appearing for second CBT.

Subjects Total No. of Qs Level Good-Attempts
General Awareness (Current Affairs) 20 Easy-Moderate 12-15
General Intelligence & Reasoning 30 Easy 22-26
General Science 25 Easy-Moderate 10-16
Maths 25 Easy 14-17
Total 100 Easy-Moderate 66-72

Railway Group D Exam Analysis 2018- Maths Question Asked

The level of Railway (RRB) Group D Maths was easy to moderate.

Topics No. of Question Level
Mensuration 2 Easy
Algebra & Trignometry 2-3 Easy- Moderate
Time and Work 1-2 Easy-Moderate
Time and Distance 1 Easy
Age Calculation (Average) 1-2 Easy
SI & CI 1-2 Easy-Moderate
Profit and Loss 4 Easy
Percentage 1-2 Easy-Moderate
Geometry 2 Easy
Miscellaneous 4-5 Easy
Total 14-17 Easy-Moderate

Railway Exam Analysis 2018-  General Intelligence & Reasoning Question Asked

The level of Railway (RRB) General Intelligence & Reasoning was easy.

1. Day on 29th August 1982 – Sunday

Topics No. of Question Level
Coding and Decoding 2-3 Easy
Analogy 5-7 Easy-Moderate
Hidden Figure 1 Easy
Calender 1-2 Easy
Venn Diagram 2-3 Easy
Conclusions and Decision Making 2 Easy
Directions 1 Easy
Alphabetical & Number System 2 Easy
Syllogism 4 Easy-Moderate
Relationship 1 Easy
Image 1 Easy
Total 22-26 Easy

Railway Group D Exam Analysis 2018 – Question Asked in General Awareness (Current Affairs)

Below are some questions asked into the shift 2 exam.

1. Who is the current President of Hokey India ?- Rajender Singh

2. Capital of Sri Lanka – Sri Jayawadhenepure Kotte

3. Where is to be held Shooting World Cup 2019 – New Delhi

4. Who is the Minister of Women Child Development ?- Menka Gandhi

5. Garo Hills is located in – Meghalaya

Railway Group D Exam Analysis 2018 – Question Asked in General Science (Shift 2)

Below are some questions that came in the Railway (RRB) Group D exam shift 2.
1. Which Gas is filled in Electrical Bulb ? – Argon

2. Angle of Diamond – 24.2°

3. How much element in 18th group of Modern Periodic Table ?- 7

Topics No. of Question Level
Physics 7-8 Easy
Biology 6-7 Easy
Chemistry 8-9 Easy-Moderate
Total 18-22 Easy-Moderate

Railway Group D  Exam Review (17th September 2018) Shift 2-How was Exam? Share your Feedback

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