NTPC CBT 2 – STUDY PLAN 2022
Accuracy and speed
To complete 120 questions in 90 minutes, one must be quick. In addition to speed, candidates should be accurate, as there is a 1/3-mark negative marking system. The last thing anyone wants to do in an exam like RRB NTPC, where competition is so tight, is waste marks due to negative grading. Here are a few ideas that hopefuls can use to improve their speed and accuracy over the month from now.
- For sections like numeric aptitude and logical thinking, which can be a little calculative and time-consuming, candidates should always keep a list of short tactics and procedures. Learning number tables, squares, and cubes, for example, would save a lot of time.
- Recognize your advantages and disadvantages. Aspirants should work on themes that are challenging for them, but they should not overlook their strong areas. Allow plenty of time for students to practise the topics that are easiest for them.
- Learn to manage your time wisely when taking the mock tests. Set aside 5 to 10 minutes to go over the questions again and see if any have remained unanswered. Read the question paper for two to three minutes before beginning to solve it. Spend no more than 30 to 40 seconds on any question, particularly those that are quantitative or require thinking.
The General Awareness portion has the highest number of questions and marks in both the NTPC CBT 1 and CBT 2. This segment of CBT-1 contains 40 questions, while CBT 2 contains 50 questions. The General Awareness part, without a doubt, is the most unpredictable and uncertain. No one can guarantee that they will be able to answer all of the questions in this section. However, certain sections may certainly be prepared for, and a good score in this portion can be expected.
The following is a list of significant topics that can be prepared for RRB NTPC 2020-21 CBT 2 from the General Awareness portion.
- Recent events in the last three years
- Schemes of the government (from last five years)
- Technology in space and science (Missiles, ISRO, DRDO, Nuclear tests)
- Computer (Full forms and founders)
- GI Tags are labels that are attached to food.
- Geography of the World (Continents, deserts, Rivers)
- Geography of India (Rivers, Tributaries, Dams, Mountain Passes)
- Geography of India (Rivers and tributaries, Himalayan Passes, Mountain ranges)
- National Parks and Wildlife Refuges (State and the animal famous animals)
- Governors, Chiefs of Staff, and other officials currently serving as governors, chiefs of staff, and Schedules, Parts, Fundamental Rights and Duties) Secretary Polity (Amendments, President (Tenure and List), PM (Tenure and List), Schedules, Parts, Fundamental Rights and Duties)
- Organ system and organs
- India’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites
- Sporting events (Events, Terminologies, Awards, Famous Sports Personalities of the World)
- Important Days & Dates List Themes for 2020 (national and international): Famous Temples in India by Month
- Scientific Instruments and SI Units
- The Fields of Awards
- History of the Middle Ages (Temple and its architecture)
- Organizations at a Global Level (Headquarters, Members, name of Head)
- Geography of the World (Falls, Rivers, Mountain Ranges, countries and their capital)
- Politeness (Important articles, firsts head national bodies and institutions)
- Recipients and awards
- Authors and books
- The operating system, input and output devices, software, and the internet, among other things
- Sessions of the Indian National Congress and the Movement for Independence
- Battles of the Sikh Gurus, Sikh Gurus’ State, and Folk Paintings
- Classical and contemporary works of literature
- Various substances’ chemical formulas
Practice and Revision
Practice is the only key to success. Solve prior year’s problems and take a mock test on a regular basis. Attempt to complete the mock exams within the allotted time and within the limits of the exam room.
Examine the results of the mock test. Identify the section where you are marking erroneous answers and make an effort to reduce the number of incorrect options.
Solve prior year’s papers on a regular basis because the problems are typically the same. This will also assist applicants in learning the pattern of questions as well as the level of difficulty.
The syllabus and format of CBT 1 and CBT 2 are identical, as previously stated. As a result, so continually update your notes, basic formulae, and so on.
Remember to prepare for the RRB NTPC CBT 1 by practicing the questions. There’s a chance it’ll come again in CBT 2.
Considering the above-mentioned points, try to set weekly and monthly goals. This would ensure that the curriculum was completed on schedule and that the relevant topics were reviewed.
ALL THE BEST!!