‘Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to Grow’. Read the success story of Diwas Adhikari a Commerce Graduate who cleared RRB Officer Scale I and RRB Assistant in his second attempt:
“Hi Friends, I am Diwas from the city of joy, West Bengal. I have cleared RRB Officer Scale I and RRB Assistant 2017 and will be joining Bangiya Gramin Vikas Bank this December.
Friends, I hold a master’s degree in commerce from the University of Calcutta. After finishing my post graduation I started my banking preparation in the year 2016. The first year turned out to be a disaster for me and I was not even able to clear the pre of any exams. After this failure, I took this as a challenge and started burning the midnight oil and got this success in my second attempt.
Now coming on to my sectional strategy:
I have always been good at Mathematics and it is my strongest point. So, I didn’t prepare much for it and relied solely on Oliveboard’s Mock tests. In case I used to get any sort of doubts I used to get it cleared either by making use of YouTube videos or by consulting it with my friends, who were preparing for the banking examination.
Reasoning: I was good at reasoning section too and only made use of Oliveboard’s Mock tests, and nothing else. In case of doubts, I used to take help of my friends and used to compete against each other while solving a problem. This competition amongst the friends helped us a lot and we started attempting problems in a much shorter period.
For English, I only followed ‘The Hindu’. I think English can be aced easily if anyone has a good hold on vocabulary and grammar.
General Awareness: For the current affairs I used to refer to various websites and used to make my own notes. However, I used to focus more on banking awareness. I think if anyone who is thorough with the recent happenings of the last three or four months can easily score more marks.
Tips to aspirants: I think everyone is smart enough so, the only piece of advice which I would like to give is to take as many mocks as possible. Stay updated with the current affairs. Devise your own strategy after analyzing mock tests and follow the strategy religiously on the day of the examination. Do not make any major changes in the strategy at the last moment.
Hope this helps!
All the Best!”
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