The NABARD Phase-II exam is scheduled to be held on 17th of June 2018 (Sunday). With just 3 days left for the exam, we bring to you some tips that will help you make these final few days productive. Let us first glance through the NABARD Phase-II exam pattern.
NABARD Phase-II: Exam Pattern
|Descriptive||Paper I: General English||100||1.5 Hours|
|Objective||Paper II: For General Post – Economic & Social Issues; Agriculture and Rural Development||100||1.5 Hours|
|Objective||Paper II: For all other Posts – Related to the discipline of the post||100||1.5 Hours|
- There is a sectional and total cut-off for passing to the next phase.
- Negative marking of 1/4th marks for every wrong answer
Revision is crucial
First and foremost, your notes should be the first source of revision. Refrain from perusing any new books at this eleventh hour.
Take mock tests and learn from your mistakes
Try to solve as many mock tests as possible and spend some quality time analyzing the solutions. Make it a point to remember any new information you come across while going through the solutions.
Practice during exam time slot
Each one’s mind is active at different times during the day. To ensure that your mind is active during exam time, take mock tests during your exam slot so that your mind is trained to be alert during your exam.
Take a break
Take a break before the exam day. Try to keep all the stress and nervousness at bay. Calm yourself down. This refreshes your mind thus helps you perform better. Use this break-time to and collect and keep all the important documents like admit card, ID proof etc at one place.
Remind yourself, multiple times if need be, that YOU have given 100% to your preparation. There is no reason to panic and be scared. And though the following may sound cliched, it’s quite true: enjoy the exam instead of stressing over it! Remember the following:
Night Before the Exam
- Eat right
- Take adequate rest
- Stay confident
During the Exam
- Read the instructions carefully
- Leave no question unread
- Don’t get stuck on a question
- Avoid guesswork
ALL THE VERY BEST!