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RRB NTPC 5 April 2021 Exam Analysis - Check Difficulty Level

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Apr 5, 2021

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RRB NTPC Exam Analysis for April 5, 2021 shift is out. Check here how difficult the exam was and the number of good attempts.

The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) conducts various examinations across India for the recruitment of railway employees. The sixth phase of the RRB NTPC was conducted in two shifts on April 5, 2021.

The exam was conducted in two shifts due to a large number of applicants. Shift 1 was conducted from 10:30 AM in the morning till 12 PM in the noon, while Shift 2 was conducted from 3 PM to 4 PM in the afternoon.

Today, we will do the exam analysis for the RRB NTPC 5 April 2021 paper based on the experiences shared by the candidates who attended the exam. 

RRB NTPC 5 April 2021 Exam Analysis - Overview

Exam Duration 90 Minutes
Total Marks 100 Marks
Total No. Of Questions 100 Questions (MCQs)
Negative Marking 0.5 Negative Marks for each incorrect attempt
Calculation Method Used Standard Normalization Method

RRB NTPC 5 April 2021 Exam Analysis - Difficulty Level

According to the candidates that appeared for the RRB NTPC 5 April 2021 Exam, the difficulty level of both of the shifts was very easy. That may prove to be disappointing for some of the serious candidates as they will be very less benefitted from the normalization.

RRB NTPC 5 April 2021 Exam Section-wise Analysis

The section-wise analysis for both of the shifts is given in the table below.

Sections Shift 1 Shift 2
Good Attempts Difficulty Level Good Attempts Difficulty Level
Mathematics 24-28 Easy to Moderate 19-21 Moderate
General Intelligence & Reasoning 23-26 Easy to Moderate 25-27 Easy to Moderate
General Awareness 18-20 Moderate 24-27 Easy to Moderate
Total 65-70 Easy 68-72 Easy

According to the candidates that appeared for the RRB NTPC on April 5, 2021, the General Intelligence was the easiest section in both of the shifts. Therefore, a maximum number of students scoring full marks in the GI section can be anticipated from these shifts.

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*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.

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