The NABARD Grade A 2020 prelim exam analysis took place on February 25th. National Bank of Agriculture and Rural Development Grade A prelims exam is over and the candidates are eagerly waiting for the results and the cut off that is expected. The NABARD Grade A 2020 analysis includes topic wise questions that were asked from different sections. NABARD Grade A 2020 analysis also includes the difficulty level of individual sections of the overall exam.
|Name of the section||Expected cut-off|
|Quantitative Ability||8 - 10|
|Reasoning Ability||9 - 11|
|English Language||11 - 13|
|Computer Knowledge||7 - 10|
|General Awareness||10 - 12|
|Economic and Social Issues||9 - 11|
|Agricultural and Rural Development Section||7 - 9|
|Total:||105 - 115|
|Name of the section||Level||Number of Attempts|
|Computer Knowledge||Moderate||13+ questions|
|General Awareness||Moderate-Difficult||13+ questions|
|Economic and Social Issues||Moderate||25+ questions|
|Agricultural and Rural Development Section||Moderate-Difficult||23+ questions|
The difficulty of the exam level will be one of the deciding factors for the number of good attempts for NABARD Grade A 2020. If the exam level will be difficult then the number of attempts would be less. Similarly, if the level of the NABARD Grade A 2020 exam is easy then the number of good attempts would be high.