The Railway Recruitment Board is conducting its another exam for Group C Assistant Loco Pilot and Technician post examination today. However, the exam has started at 10:00 am and will be concluded at 11:0 am.
Around 40 lakh candidates are appearing for the RRB ALP and Technician examination for getting recruited at around 60,000 posts vacancies released by the Indian Railways this year.
The first stage computer-based test was started from 9th August and it will be concluded on 31st August 2018. The Railway Recruitment Board has conducted the examination in the three shifts.
The first shift is held between 10 am -11 am, the second shift between 1 pm-2 pm while the third and the final shift at 4 pm – 5 pm.
As this examination would remain to continue till the month's end, therefore, students who are going to appear or already appeared for the examination wanted to know that how was the examination or what kind of questions have been asked in the Railway Recruitment Board Examination 2018.
So, for such candidates, we used to do the exam analysis on the day of the examination. Today, we are also going to do the analysis of the exam.
Let’s have a look at the exam analysis as well as the questions pattern:
The level of Railway (RRB) ALP Maths was moderate.
2. General Intelligence and & Reasoning:
The level of this section was easy to moderate.
3. General Awareness (Current Affairs)
The level of this section was easy.
Check out the questions asked in the examination:
- Who is the Chairman of AICTE?
- Which is the reproductive parts of a flower?
- What is the LCM of 15, 24, 20?
- Find the prime number among 889,899,1147?
- A product is sell at loss of 13% if sold at 49 more rs then profit is 35 % find its selling price for 30 % profit
- Who is the FIFA 2017 winner?
- What is the ph of human body?
- What is the unit of current?
- When 8 is added to a ration 2/3 it becomes 5/7 find highest no of the original ratio?
- What must be taken out of 1/2 so that it become 2/3?
As the examination will be concluded at 11 am, so stay tuned with us for questions asked in today's Shift 1 exam.