Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) conducts written exam for various positions of Group D to fill up required vacancies. If you are dreaming of the Railway Group D job, then you must need to start your exam preparation on different sections in the Syllabus. In the previous articles we have seen detailed information about the RRB group D syllabus and preparation tips but in this article, we are going see about the RRB Group D Exam date and Study plan.
The RRB recruitment notification released on 10th February 2018. Online applications for the same has allocation been released on the same date, from 10 A.M. onwards. total number of 62907 vacancies will be filled through this process. We will be providing the exam dates in this article so You can check the tentative Railway RRB Group D Exam Date here. We will update the final date whenever RRB confirms the exam dates. The last date to apply has been extended to 31st March 2018.
Here are the below important dates a candidate should know,
- Notification release – 10th February 2018
- Online Application started – 10th February 2018
- Last date to apply – 31st march 2018
- Admit card release(tentative) – April 2018
- Railway recruitment board RRB Group D exam date – April/ May 2018
- Result date (tentative) – June 2018
In the next phase of this article we are going to see about the study plan for RRB group D exam.
- Get complete knowledge about the exam dates and latest notification
- Check out your Eligibility before starting your preparations for the exam
- You must have complete knowledge about the latest exam pattern and the group d syllabus of exam this will help you to prepare for the exam
- Solve previous year papers and model test papers as like you are giving exams in exam center with time limit
- Try to solve questions with appropriate tricks and given data only do not use unnecessary tips.
- Do not lose hope keep trying and stay positive
- Learn all the important formulas that can be useful in the exam
- Notice all the trends in the exams, compare all the changes and modifications done this year as compared to the previous year question paper
- Always try to save your time solve the easy questions first and then go through the difficult ones.
- Identify your weak areas, work out on them
- Go through the significant and insignificant national and international news of last few months, questions are generally asked from current events. Dedicate enough time for each section. If you find any particular section more difficult, devote extra time for that section. Learn all important short cut formulas and tricks. Update yourself with all the important current affairs of national and international importance. Take as many practice tests as possible to enhance your speed and accuracy. All doubts should be cleared before the exam.
Cultivating a success mindset so that it will be easy to crack the exam with a good score. Good luck for your exams!