It has been reported that the online RRB Officer (Scale I) Prelim examination held on 13th September 2020 (Slot 1) was easy to moderate in terms of difficulty level.

A snapshot of the prelim exam is given below.

Duration of Exam | 45 minutes |
---|---|

Quantitative Aptitude | 40 Qs |

Reasoning Ability | 40 Qs |

Total Qs | 80 Qs |

An analysis of the above-mentioned session, as reported by our students, is given below.

**Quantitative Aptitude: **

According to the feedback received from our students who appeared for this exam, this section can be rated as easy to moderate.

There were 17 questions on DI (six questions each on Table and Line graph and five questions on Caselet). The questions on DI were calculation-based and time consuming.

Individual questions in this section were based on topics like Ages, Simple and Compound interest, Time and Distance (Trains), Time and Work, Time and Distance( Boats and Streams), Mixtures & Alligations, Percentages, Profit and Loss, Partnership, Mensuration and Probability. Students have informed us that these questions were a combo of easy and moderate ones. One needed a good command on fundamentals to attempt these questions successfully.

There were five questions each on wrong number series and Quadratic Comparisons. The questions based on Quadratic Equations and Wrong number series were easy to moderate.

Topic | No of Questions |
---|---|

Data Interpretation (Table, Line graph and Caselet) | 17 |

Number Series (Wrong number) | 5 |

Quadratic Comparisons | 5 |

Individual Questions: | |

Ages | 1 |

Percentages | 1 |

Profit and Loss (Discount) | 1 |

Partnership | 1 |

Simple and Compound Interest | 1 |

Time and Work | 1 |

Time and Distance (Trains and Boats- Streams) | 2 |

Mensuration | 2 |

Mixtures and Alligations | 1 |

Mensuration | 2 |

**Reasoning Ability: **

This section has been tagged as 'easy to moderate'.

There were 25 questions on Puzzles (Linear Arrangement (unknown number of persons), Linear Arrangement (9 persons; some facing North and some facing South), Designation based + Distribution, Box Arrangement (10 boxes), Floor Arrangement (5 floors and each floor with 2 flats). The questions based on Puzzles can be labelled as easy to moderate in terms of difficulty level.

Questions on Symbols Notations (Inequalities), Coding-Decoding and Blood Relations were easy to crack.

T.I.M.E. conducted a free webinar on ‘How to crack Puzzles for IBPS RRB exams’ on 7th September 2020. The students who have watched this webinar would have easily solved any questions on puzzles. Most of the models discussed in this webinar were present in the actual exam.

If you have not watched the video, we recommend that you watch the complete session so that solving questions on puzzles becomes a cake walk in upcoming bank exams. The video can be watched at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xc3tTgPzohw&t=15s

Topic | No of Qs |
---|---|

Symbols Notations (Inequalities) | 4 |

Coding-Decoding | 5 |

Blood Relations | 3 |

Miscellaneous | 3 |

Puzzles: | |

Linear Arrangement (unknown number of persons) | 5 |

Linear Arrangement (9 persons; some facing North and some facing South) | 5 |

Box Arrangement (10 boxes) | 5 |

Floor Arrangement (5 floors and each floor with 2 flats) | 5 |

Designation based + Distribution | 5 |

Overall, the paper can be rated slightly difficult as compared to the same exam that was conducted in 2019.

It has been reported that the online RRB Officer (Scale I) Prelim examination held on 13th September 2020 (Slot 2) was easy to moderate in terms of difficulty level.

A snapshot of the prelim exam is given below.

Duration of Exam | 45 minutes |
---|---|

Quantitative Aptitude | 40 Qs |

Reasoning Ability | 40 Qs |

Total Qs | 80 Qs |

An analysis of the above-mentioned session, as reported by our students, is given below.

**Quantitative Aptitude: **

According to the feedback received from our students who appeared for this exam, this section can be rated as easy to moderate.

There were 10 questions on DI (five questions each on Table and Bar Graph). The questions on DI were calculation-based and time consuming.

Individual questions in this section were based on topics like Ages, Simple and Compound interest, Time and Distance, Time and Work, Mixtures & Alligations, Percentages, Profit and Loss, Partnership, Mensuration and Probability. Students have informed us that these questions were a combo of easy and moderate ones. One needed a good command on fundamentals to attempt these questions successfully.

There were six questions each on missing number series, three on Approximations and four on Quadratic Comparisons. The questions based on Quadratic Equations and missing number series were easy to moderate whereas the questions based on Approximations were easy to solve.

Topic | No of Questions |
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Data Interpretation (Table and Bar Graph) | 10 |

Number Series (Missing number) | 6 |

Quadratic Comparisons | 4 |

Approximations | 3 |

Individual Questions (Ages, Simple and Compound interest, Time and Distance, Time and Work, Mixtures & Alligations, Percentages, Profit and Loss, Partnership, Mensuration and Probability) | 17 |

**Reasoning Ability: **

This section has been tagged as 'easy to moderate'.

There were 25 questions on Puzzles (Linear Arrangement (unknown number of persons 19 persons), Linear Arrangement (9 persons; some facing North and some facing South), Distribution, Circular Arrangement (9 persons all facing towards centre), Floor Arrangement (4 floors and each floor with 2 flats). The questions based on Puzzles can be labelled as easy to moderate in terms of difficulty level.

Questions on Symbols Notations (Inequalities), Coding-Decoding and Blood Relations were easy to crack.

T.I.M.E. conducted a free webinar on ‘How to crack Puzzles for IBPS RRB exams’ on 7th September 2020. The students who have watched this webinar would have easily solved any questions on puzzles. Most of the models discussed in this webinar were present in the actual exam.

If you have not watched the video, we recommend that you watch the complete session so that solving questions on puzzles becomes a cake walk in upcoming bank exams. The video can be watched at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xc3tTgPzohw&t=15s

Topic | No of Qs |
---|---|

Deductions (Syllogisms) (Only a few) | 5 |

Direction Sense | 3 |

Blood Relations | 3 |

Miscellaneous | 6 |

Puzzles: | |

Linear Arrangement (Two Row with 6 persons in each row) | 5 |

Linear Arrangement (unknown number of persons) | 5 |

Distribution (3 cities and 8 persons) | 5 |

Floor Arrangement (5 floors and each floor with 2 flats) | 5 |

Comparisons | 3 |

Overall, the paper can be rated slightly difficult as compared to the same exam that was conducted in 2019.

It has been reported that the online RRB Officer (Scale I) Prelim examination held on 13th September 2020 (Slot 3) was easy to moderate in terms of difficulty level.

A snapshot of the prelim exam is given below.

Duration of Exam | 45 minutes |
---|---|

Quantitative Aptitude | 40 Qs |

Reasoning Ability | 40 Qs |

Total Qs | 80 Qs |

An analysis of the above-mentioned session, as reported by our students, is given below.

**Quantitative Aptitude: **

According to the feedback received from our students who appeared for this exam, this section can be rated as easy to moderate.

There were 15 questions on DI (five questions each on Table, Line graph and Caselet). The questions on DI were calculation-based and time consuming.

Individual questions in this section were based on topics like Ages, Simple and Compound interest, Time and Distance, Time and Work, Mixtures & Alligations, Percentages, Profit and Loss, Partnership, Mensuration and Probability. Students have informed us that these questions were a combo of easy and moderate ones. One needed a good command on fundamentals to attempt these questions successfully.

There were five questions each on missing number series, Approximations and Quadratic Comparisons. The questions based on Quadratic Equations and missing number series were easy to moderate whereas the questions based on Approximations were easy to solve.

Topic | No of Questions |
---|---|

Data Interpretation (Table, Line graph and Caselet) | 15 |

Number Series (Missing number) | 5 |

Quadratic Comparisons | 5 |

Approximations | 5 |

Individual Questions (Ages, Simple and Compound interest, Time and Distance, Time and Work, Mixtures & Alligations, Percentages, Profit and Loss, Partnership, Mensuration and Probability) | 10 |

**Reasoning Ability: **

This section has been tagged as 'easy to moderate'.

There were 25 questions on Puzzles (Linear Arrangement (unknown number of persons 19 persons), Linear Arrangement (9 persons; some facing North and some facing South), Distribution, Circular Arrangement (9 persons all facing towards centre), Floor Arrangement (4 floors and each floor with 2 flats). The questions based on Puzzles can be labelled as easy to moderate in terms of difficulty level.

Questions on Symbols Notations (Inequalities), Coding-Decoding and Blood Relations were easy to crack.

T.I.M.E. conducted a free webinar on ‘How to crack Puzzles for IBPS RRB exams’ on 7th September 2020. The students who have watched this webinar would have easily solved any questions on puzzles. Most of the models discussed in this webinar were present in the actual exam.

If you have not watched the video, we recommend that you watch the complete session so that solving questions on puzzles becomes a cake walk in upcoming bank exams. The video can be watched at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xc3tTgPzohw&t=15s

Topic | No of Qs |
---|---|

Symbols and Notations (Inequalities) | 5 |

Deductions (Syllogisms) (Only a few) | 5 |

Coding-Decoding | 1 |

Direction Sense | 2 |

Miscellaneous (Word Formations, Pair of words) | 2 |

Puzzles: | |

Linear Arrangement (unknown number of persons – 19 persons) | 5 |

Linear Arrangement (9 persons; some facing North and some facing South) | 5 |

Circular Arrangement (9 persons all facing towards centre) | 5 |

Floor Arrangement (4 floors and each floor with 2 flats) | 5 |

Distribution | 5 |

Overall, the paper can be rated slightly difficult as compared to the same exam that was conducted in 2019.

It has been reported that the online RRB Officer (Scale I) Prelim examination held on 13th September 2020 (Slot 4) was easy to moderate in terms of difficulty level.

A snapshot of the prelim exam is given below.

Duration of Exam | 45 minutes |
---|---|

Quantitative Aptitude | 40 Qs |

Reasoning Ability | 40 Qs |

Total Qs | 80 Qs |

An analysis of the above-mentioned session, as reported by our students, is given below.

**Quantitative Aptitude: **

There were 12 questions on DI (six questions each on Table and Pie chart). The questions on DI were calculation-based and time consuming.

Individual questions in this section were based on topics like Ages, Simple and Compound interest, Time and Distance (Trains), Time and Work, Mixtures & Alligations, Percentages, Profit and Loss, Partnership, Mensuration and Probability. Students have informed us that these questions were a combo of easy and moderate ones. One needed a good command on fundamentals to attempt these questions successfully.

There were six questions each on wrong number series, Simplifications and Quadratic Comparisons. The questions based on Quadratic Equations and wrong number series were easy to moderate whereas the questions based on Simplifications were easy to solve.

Topic | No of Questions |
---|---|

Data Interpretation (Table and Pie Chart) | 12 |

Number Series (Wrong number) | 6 |

Quadratic Comparisons | 6 |

Simplifications | 6 |

Individual Questions (Ages, Simple and Compound interest, Time and Distance, Time and Work, Mixtures & Alligations, Percentages, Profit and Loss, Partnership, Mensuration and Probability) | 10 |

**Reasoning Ability: **

This section has been tagged as 'easy to moderate'.

There were 25 questions on Puzzles (Linear Arrangement, Distribution (7 persons, 7 places and 7 days), Circular Arrangement (8 persons some facing towards centre and some facing away), Floor Arrangement (10 floors ), Box Arrangement (10 boxes). The questions based on Puzzles can be labelled as easy to moderate in terms of difficulty level.

Questions on Symbols Notations (Inequalities) and Blood Relations were easy to crack.

Topic | No of Qs |
---|---|

Symbols and Notations (Inequalities) | 5 |

Deductions (Syllogisms) (Only a few) | 5 |

Blood Relations | 3 |

Miscellaneous | 2 |

Puzzles: | |

Linear Arrangement | 5 |

Box Arrangement (10 boxes) | 5 |

Circular Arrangement (8 persons some facing towards centre and some facing away) | 5 |

Floor Arrangement (10 floors) | 5 |

Distribution (7 persons, 7 places and 7 days) | 5 |

It has been reported that the online RRB Officer (Scale I) Prelim examination held on 12th September 2020 was easy to moderate in terms of difficulty level.

A snapshot of the prelim exam is given below.

Duration of Exam | 45 minutes |
---|---|

Quantitative Aptitude | 40 Qs |

Reasoning Ability | 40 Qs |

Total Qs | 80 Qs |

An analysis of the above-mentioned session, as reported by our students, is given below.

**Quantitative Aptitude: **

There were 12 questions on DI (6 questions each on Table and on pie chart). The questions on data given in table were calculation-based and time consuming.

Individual questions in this section were based on topics like Ages, Time and Distance, Time and Work, Averages, Mixtures & Alligations, Profit and Loss, Partnership and Mensuration. Students have informed us that these questions were a combo of easy and moderate ones. One needed a good command on fundamentals to attempt these questions successfully.

There were 5 questions each on missing number series, Quadratic Comparisons and Data Comparison. The questions based on Quadratic Equations and Data Comparison were easy to moderate whereas in the five questions of missing number series one questions was easy, two questions were moderate and two difficult.

Topic | No of Questions |
---|---|

Data Interpretation (Table and Pie chart) | 12 |

Number Series (Missing number) | 5 |

Individual Questions (Ages, Time & Work, Time & Distance, Averages, Mixtures & Alligations, Profit & Loss, Partnership, Probability and Mensuration) | 13 |

Quadratic Comparisons | 5 |

Data Comparison | 5 |

**Reasoning Ability: **

This section has been tagged as 'easy to moderate'.

There were 25 questions on Puzzles (Linear Arrangement (8 persons QBR), Linear Arrangement (Unknown number of Persons – 28 persons), Circular Arrangement (9 persons; Some facing centre and some facing away from centre), Box Arrangement (10 boxes), Floor Arrangement ( 4 floors and each floor with 2 flats), Distribution (6 persons and 6 dates). The sets based on Linear Arrangement and Circular Arrangement and were moderate in terms of difficulty level. The questions based on Box arrangement, floor arrangement and Distribution can be labelled as easy.

Questions on Symbols Notations, Coding-Decoding and Direction Sense were easy to crack. No question was asked from topics like Blood relations and Deductions (Syllogisms).

T.I.M.E. conducted a free webinar on ‘How to crack Puzzles for IBPS RRB exams’ on 7th September 2020. The students who have watched this webinar have found solving questions on puzzles easy. Most of the models discussed in this webinar were present in the actual exam.

Topic | No of Qs |
---|---|

Direction Sense | 3 |

Symbols Notations (Inequalities) | 4 |

Coding-Decoding (Two questions with If conditions) | 5 |

Miscellaneous (Letter Arrangement, Number Arrangement, pairs of letters) | 3 |

Puzzles: | |

Linear Arrangement (8 persons QBR) | 5 |

Linear Arrangement (Unknown number of Persons – 28 persons) | 4 |

Circular Arrangement (9 persons; Some facing centre and some facing away from centre) | 5 |

Box Arrangement (10 boxes) | 5 |

Floor Arrangement (4 floors and each floor with 2 flats) | 5 |

Distribution (6 persons and 6 dates) | 1 |

Test Area | Good Attempts |
---|---|

Quantitative Aptitude | 20 - 25 |

Reasoning Ability | 25 - 30 |

Overall | 45 - 55 |

It has been reported that the online RRB Officer (Scale I) Prelim examination held on 12th September 2020 (slot 4) was easy to moderate in terms of difficulty level.

A snapshot of the prelim exam is given below.

Duration of Exam | 45 minutes |
---|---|

Quantitative Aptitude | 40 Qs |

Reasoning Ability | 40 Qs |

Total Qs | 80 Qs |

An analysis of the above-mentioned session, as reported by our students, is given below.

**Quantitative Aptitude: **

There were 18 questions on DI (6 questions each on Table, Bar graph and Caselet). The questions on DI were calculation-based and time consuming.

Individual questions in this section were based on topics like Ages, Simple and Compound interest, Time and Distance, Time and Work, Boats and Streams, Averages, Mixtures & Alligations, Profit and Loss, Partnership and Mensuration. Students have informed us that these questions were a combo of easy and moderate ones. One needed a good command on fundamentals to attempt these questions successfully.

There were six questions each on wrong number series and Quadratic Comparisons. The questions based on Quadratic Equations and Wrong number series were easy to moderate.

Topic | No of Questions |
---|---|

Data Interpretation (Table, Bar graph and Caselet) | 18 |

Number Series (Wrong number) | 6 |

Individual Questions (Ages, Simple and Compound interest, Time and Distance, Time and Work, Boats and Streams, Averages, Mixtures & Alligations, Profit and Loss, Partnership and Mensuration) | 10 |

Quadratic Comparisons | 6 |

**Reasoning Ability: **

This section has been tagged as 'easy to moderate'.

There were 21 questions on Puzzles (Circular Arrangement (9 persons; Some facing centre and some facing away from centre), Designation based, Box Arrangement (9 boxes), Floor Arrangement (8 floors), Ranking). The questions based on Puzzles can be labelled as easy to moderate in terms of difficulty level.

Questions on Symbols Notations (Inequalities), Coding-Decoding, Deductions (Syllogisms), Blood Relations and Direction Sense were easy to crack.

Topic | No of Qs |
---|---|

Direction Sense | 3 |

Symbols Notations (Inequalities) | 5 |

Coding-Decoding | 5 |

Deductions (Syllogisms) (Model: Only a few) | 5 |

Blood Relations | 1 |

Puzzles (Circular Arrangement (9 persons; Some facing centre and some facing away from centre), Designation based, Box Arrangement (9 boxes), Floor Arrangement (8 floors), Ranking). | 21 |