RRB NTPC EXAM Analysis 2020: Railway Recruitment Board is conduction the First Phase of examination which has been started from 28th December 2020 and will continue till 13th January 2021. The second phase of the examination is going to start from 16th January till 31st January 2021. RRB is conducting the exam for various posts in two shifts. The first starts from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm and the second from 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm. The RRB NTPC CBT 1 2020 exam conducted by the railway on 4th and 5th January in both the Shifts is over now. RRB NTPC Exam Analysis is an essential thing that has been asked by the candidates who had appeared for the exam and the candidates preparing for the exam.
The RRB NTPC was an online examination with 3 sections that contains 100 questions for 100 marks, the time duration of the exam is 90 minutes. Negative marking of 1/3 mark for each wrong answer.
|Examination Section||No. of Questions||Duration|
(120 minutes for PwBD candidates)
|General Intelligence & Reasoning||30|
In this article, we are providing you with a detailed analysis of 4th January 2021 and 5th January 2021 which will you to analyze your performance. This post contains the subject wise exam Analysis for RRB NTPC 2020 4th January 2021 and 5th January 2021 so that all other aspirants can get an overall and clear idea about exam pattern and difficulty level.
Here we are providing you the subject wise analysis for 4th January 2021 and 5th January 2021. Let us start from 4th January’s first shift.
RRB NTPC Exam Analysis and Good Attempts 4th and 5th January both Shifts
As per the review obtained from students, the level of the RRB NTPC exam was easy-moderate. A total of 100 questions were asked to be attempted in 90 minutes. The good attempts for both the shifts from $th January 2021 and 5th January 2021 lie in the range of 75-81.
|Section||Subjects||Number Of Questions||Good Attempts|
|2.||General Intelligence & Reasoning||30||26-27|
|Overall||100||79 – 85|
RRB NTPC Section Wise Details Exam Analysis for 4th and 5th January both Shifts:
Here are we are giving you a detailed analysis for RRB NTPC of all the shifts of 4th January 2021 and 5th January 2021 Exam 2020. The exam consists of 3 sections i.e. mathematics. general awareness and general intelligence and reasoning.
RRB NTPC All Shifts Exam Analysis 2020 for 4th and 5th January of General Awareness
The general awareness section generally gives a tough time to aspirants. Questions from Current affairs are mainly asked in the exam covering the majority of the portion. Check out the distribution and level of questions asked in this particular section. Some questions asked in today’s RRB NTPC general awareness exam analysis are given below.
- Who was the president of INC in 1924?
- One question asked from International Organisation.
- On which date 1857 revolt started?
- One question asked from Article 21.
- One question asked from white revolution.
- How many nuclear reactors in India till November 2020?
- MSP is decided by whom?
- International Dance Day is celebrated on which date?
- First State on Linguistic Bases?
- Brihadeshwara Temple Built by?
- Dena & Vijaya Bank are merged into?
|S.No.||Topic||No of Questions||Level|
RRB NTPC Mathematics Exam Analysis All Shifts for 4th and 5th January 2021
The mathematics section is generally lengthy comprising questions from arithmetic and advance maths. The level of this section in the exam was easy to moderate. The topic-wise distribution of questions has been provided below.
|S.NO.||Topic||No of Questions||Level|
|3||Ratio & Proportion||3||Easy|
|4||Height & Distance||2||Easy-Moderate|
|5||Profit & Loss||3||Easy|
|9||Time and Work||2||Easy-Moderate|
|11||Time, Speed, and Distance||2||Easy|
RRB NTPC Exam Analysis 4th and 5th January for General Intelligence & Reasoning
The reasoning section tests the thinking abilities of the candidates and comprises a total of 30 questions for 30 marks. The level of reasoning section was easy. The subject-wise distribution of questions asked along with the level has been provided below.
- One question asked from Missing term.
|S.No||Topic||No of Questions||Level|
|6.||Statement & Assumptions||2||Moderate|
|7.||Statement & Conclusion||2||Easy-Moderate|
|11.||Odd one out||3||Easy-Moderate|