HOW TO PREPARE ENGLISH FOR NABARD GRADE A AND GRADE B POSTS

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HOW TO PREPARE FOR NABARD GRADE A AND GRADE B POSTS

HOW TO PREPARE FOR NABARD GRADE A AND GRADE B POSTS

 

Hello friends as the notification of NABARD manager (grade B) is out , you must be working hard for your NABARD manager (grade B) exam so we are here to help you in the exam preparation. If you are bit confused and you need a focused plan of English than this post will help you a lot. Let’s first have a look on the syllabus for prelims examination.

 

Syllabus for prelims examination

 

Section Marks
English 40
Economic and social issues 40
Agricultural and rural development 40
Quantitative aptitude 20
Reasoning 20
General awareness 20
Computer 20

 

Total time allotted – 120 minutes

 

Main focus on English should be given on –

  • Reading comprehension

  • Vocabulary
  • Spotting the error
  • Double fillers

 

 

While preparing for the prelims examination vocab and grammar should be your priority. You should be familiar of solving reading passages.

Go through various online quizzes so that you can understand the time management.

Your vocabulary should be up to mark as most questions will come from this topic (synonyms, antonyms, cloze test, fill in the blanks).

Daily reading of newspaper will keep on building your vocabulary. Just make a habit of learning 5 new words and their synonyms and antonyms each day.

Solve previous years papers so that you can get an idea of difficulty level of exam.

You should not take these topics lightly and start preparing these topics while preparing for tier 1 .

Be attentive while reading para jumbled as you have to connect the whole story.

Your Grammar should be on your finger tips for your mains exams .

Always remember practice makes a man perfect. The more you practice, the more you become efficient .

 

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