# RBI ASSISTANT PRELIMS EXAMINATION 2017 REVIEW, ANALYSIS AND QUESTIONS ASKED IN EXAM – NOVEMBER 27, 2017 – SLOT 3

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The RBI Assistant Prelims Exam is going on and we have the last slot exams now and in addition to it, we have the review and analysis of the RBI Assistant prelims exam SLOT 3. The exam was in the easier level and an aspirant who have practiced well with mock test and have accustomed to the exams, will definitely score more. There were some changes when compared to the previous slots and those were in the reasoning section. If you haven’t checked the review and analysis of the RBI Assistant Prelims Exam SLOT 1 and SLOT 2 , please check the reviews from the give links below.

Overall the RBI Assistant Preliminary Examination is in the easy range. Only some meager questions are in the difficult range. So if you are attending the RBI Assistant Preliminary Examination in the forthcoming batches , try to attend maximum number of questions, as the range is easier. So attend maximum questions with good accuracy.

Quantitative Aptitude  – RBI ASSISTANT Prelims Examination 2017- SLOT 3

Good Attempt – 20

Best Attempt – 25+

The DI question set was based on Children in certain classes in the year 2013, 2014,2015,2016 and questions in this part had topics like average , ratio and proportions, percentages and the normal ones. The simplification was easier and as the scoring part. Even the Miscellaneous part was easier but due to time constrains many would have skipped this part, when compared to others this was easier.

 QUANTS TOPICS ASKED IN RBI ASSISTANT PRELIMS – SLOT 3 S.No Topics No.of Questions 1 DI 5 2 Missing Number 5 3 Simplification 10 4 Miscellaneous 15 Total 35

Reasoning Section – RBI Assistant Prelims Examination 2017 –  SLOT 3

Good Attempt – 25

Best Attempt – 30+

2 Seating Arrangements were asked , One Circular arrangement with everyone facing inside the circle and one linear arrangement consisting of 7 persons facing the north with statements. One puzzle was also asked. Inequalities and Syllogism were asked which constituted for 6 questions in total. The number series arrangement was tricky but was in the moderate range. This will be the scoring part for many, as everyone would have attempted maximum number of questions from this section.

 Reasoning TOPICS ASKED IN RBI ASSISTANT PRELIMS – SLOT 3 S.No Topics No.of Questions 1 Directions 3 2 Puzzle 4 3 Seating Arrangement 10 4 Inequality 3 5 Number Series Arrangement 5 6 Syllogism 3 7 Alphabet Series 5 8 Miscellaneous 2 Total 35

English Section – RBI Assistant Prelims Examination 2017 – SLOT 3

Good Attempt – 15

Best Attempt – 20+

The English Language section was in the easier range. The reading comprehension was a story based on North Wind and the relationship between a Mother and Son after the north wind took away the meals/food. The Fillers were easy and it was based on grammatical ones. The error spotting was also easy along with sentence improvement. 4 questions were asked in the Synonyms and Antonyms and the other questions were like statements and causes.

Overall this section was easier and aspirants could have easily done 15+ questions.

 English Language TOPICS ASKED IN RBI ASSISTANT PRELIMS – SLOT 3 S.No Topics No.of Questions 1 Reading Comprehension 12 2 Single Filler 5 3 Error Spotting 8 4 Sentence improvement 5 Total 30

There once was a poor old widow who had one so

### Reading Comprehension passage asked in RBI Assistant Prelims Exam – SLOT 3

n.  One day mother said, “Son, go to the outside cellar and bring in the last of the flour so I can make bread.”  The boy did as his mother asked and took a bowl to carry the flour from the cellar into the house.

As he left the cellar, the North Wind played a mean trick.  The North Wind blew into the bowl.  Flour went all over the boy’s face and across the countryside.  When boy told his mother, she hugged him and said, “I don’t know what we will do now.  We have nothing left to eat.”

The boy thought the North Wind would want to correct the bad deed.  He followed the trail of flour across the country.  The boy walked and walked until he found the house of the North Wind.

“Good day,” said the boy to the North Wind.  “I know you were only playing a trick, but my mother and I are poor.  You blew away the last of our flour, and we are hungry.  You need to do right and give me back our flour.”

The North Wind felt bad that he had caused the old woman and her son trouble.  “I am sorry,” he said.  “I cannot replace your flour.  Instead, I will give you something better.”  He gave the boy a special cloth.  “Take this.  Put it over a table, and say the words, ‘Spread, cloth, spread.’ You will never be without food again.”

The boy thanked the North Wind and took the cloth under his arm.  He had walked a long way and stopped at an inn for the night.  “How will you pay?” asked the innkeeper.  “You say you have no money for food or for a bed!”

The boy placed the cloth over a table and said, “Spread, cloth spread!”  The table was suddenly covered with the delicious food and drinks.  There was enough for everyone at the inn to eat that night.  So the innkeeper gave the boy to have a room of his own.  During the night, he crept into the boy’s room and traded a table cloth that looked exactly like the boy’s magic cloth.

The boy went home to his mother.  He told her their good fortune and laid the cloth over the table.  “Spread, cloth, spread,” said the boy.  But nothing happened.

“I fear you have been cheated,” said the mother.  The boy had been raised to know that a bad deed should be corrected.  So, he went back to the North Wind again.

“The cloth you gave me does not work,” said the boy.  I know you do not want my mother and me to starve.  You need to do right and give us back our flour.”

“I still cannot replace your flour.  Instead, I will give you something much better.”  He gave the boy a special goat.  This goat gives money.  All you need to say is ‘Goat make money!’ and you will have enough money for your needs.”  The boy thanked the North Wind and again traveled towards home.

The boy stopped at the inn, and the innkeeper asked how he would pay.  The boy walked outside to where his goat was tied and said, “Goat make money.”  The goat bleated and coins fell from its mouth.  The innkeeper watched this and again gave the boy a room of his own.  While the boy slept, the innkeeper traded another goat for the one belonging to the boy.

The boy went home to his mother.  He told her their good fortune and told the goat, “Goat make money!”  But nothing happened.

“I fear you have been cheated,” said the mother.  The boy had been raised to know that a bad deed should be corrected.  So, he went back to the North Wind again.

“The goat you gave me does not give money,” said the boy.  I know you do not want my mother and me to starve.  You need to do right and give us back our flour.”

“I still cannot replace your flour.  Instead, I will give you something much better.”  He gave the boy a stick.  This stick will solve your problem for good.  When you say the words, ‘Beat, stick, beat!’ the stick will do what needs to be done.  Say “Stop, stick, stop,’ when you want it to quit.  The boy thanked the North Wind and again traveled towards home.

The boy again stopped at the inn.  This time the innkeeper did not ask how the boy would pay.  He fed the boy and gave him a room of his own.  Late that night, he came into the boy’s room with a stick, to trade it for the one belonging to the boy.  But this time the boy woke up and yelled, “Beat, stick, beat!”

The stick flew into the air and started hitting the innkeeper.  It hit him again and again until he said he was sorry and said he would give the table cloth and goat back.  Then the boy said, “Stop, stick, stop.”  The stick stopped, and the innkeeper crawled off to do as he had promised.

The boy went home with the magic cloth, the magic goat and the magic stick.  He and his mother always had enough food to eat and enough money to spend and the boy always knew that as long as he owned the stick, he could make sure that any bad deeds done to them would be corrected.

On comparing all the sections, the reasoning section was easier to attend and then quantitative aptitude and then comes English. Overall the paper was easier and we can expect maximum marks for these exams.

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