best Decoding NRA CET

The National Recruitment Agency or NRA conducts CET exam to merge the preliminary exam for three government agencies such as RRB (Railway Recruitment Board), Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS), and Staff Selection Commission (SSC). The introductory exams for this establishment got transformed into one common eligibility test (CET).  This article will tell you about the NRA CET 2021 exam details that will help you in preparation.

NRA CET 20-21 Exam Highlights

A single CET Exam will be conducted for Government Jobs such as SSC, RRB, and IBPS. The exam syllabus for the above three exams will be common. The score earned by the candidate in this exam remains valid for three years from the participation date.

CET EXAM will take place in the next year, i.e., 2021, as per the declaration by the Indian government. The official notification of this exam is expected to be released in January 2021.

  NRA CET application form is available from                                                         Jan 2021(Expected)   Last Date to Apply Online for CET  Feb 2021(Expected)   Issue Date for CET Admit Card Form: May 2021 (Expected)   Declaration of CET Exam Result (Bank, SSC & RRB)  June 2021 (Expected) CET Result July 2021 (Expected) Exam mode:   Online Language of paper:  Paper is conducted in twelve Indian languages that include Hindi and English.   Type of questions:  Multiple Choice Questions   Subjects Asked: General Intelligence & Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude and Language (English, Hindi, etc.) and General Awareness.

NRA CET Syllabus For 2020-21

  1. General Intelligence & Reasoning
  2. Analogies
  3. Similarities and Differences
  4. Space Visualisation
  5. Alphabetical and Number Series
  6. Non-Verbal Series
  7. Coding and Decoding
  8. Visual Memory
  9. Relationship Concepts
  10. Syllogism
  11. Jumbling
  12. Mathematical operations
  13. Data Interpretation and Sufficiency
  14. Conclusions and Decision Making
  15. Venn Diagram
  16. Analytical Reasoning
  17. Figure Classification
  18. Semantic Analogy
  19. Directions
  20. Statement –Assumptions and Arguments
  21. Punched Hole
  22. Critical Thinking
  23. Problem Solving
  24. Pattern-Folding & Unfolding
  25. Emotional Intelligence
  26. Word Building
  27. Social Intelligence
  28. Input-Output
  29. General Awareness
  30. Current Affairs of National and International Importance
  31. Art and Culture of India
  32. Economic Scene
  33. Games and Sports
  34. General Science
  35. Indian and World History
  36. Monuments and Places of India
  37. Indian Polity and Governance
  38. General Scientific and Technological Developments
  39. Physical, Social and Economic Geography of India and World
  40. Environmental Issues Concerning India and World at Large
  41. United Nations and other important World Organisations
  42. Basics of Computers and Computer Applications
  43. Flora and Fauna of India
  44. Indian Economy
  45. Common Abbreviations
  46. Famous Personalities of India and World
  47. Flagship Government Programs
  48. Quantitative Aptitude
  49. Number Systems
  50. Computation of Whole Numbers
  51. Fundamental Arithmetical Operations
  52. Decimals
  53. Elementary Algebra
  54. Fractions
  55. Simplification
  56. Percentages
  57. Ratio and Proportion
  58. Relationship between Numbers
  59. Simple and Compound Interest
  60. Data Interpretation
  61. Averages
  62. Permutations and Combinations
  63. Discount
  64. Profit and Loss
  65. Use of Graphs and Tables
  66. Mensuration
  67. Time and Distance
  68. Time and Ratio
  69. Time and Work
  70. LCM, HCF
  71. Trigonometry and Geometry
  72. Elementary Statistics
  73. Language
  74. Basics of English Language
  75. Grammar
  76. Vocabulary
  77. Spot the Error
  78. Fill in the Blanks
  79. Sentence structure
  80. Antonyms
  81. Active/Passive Voice of Verbs
  82. Synonyms
  83. Conversion into Direct
  84. Indirect Narration
  85. Spellings/Detecting Miss-Spelt Words
  86. Comprehension Passage
  87. One-Word Substitution
  88. Para Jumbles
  89. Cloze Test
  90. Idioms and Phrases

Tips To Crack NRA CET Exam

  • Practice Previous Year’s Exam Papers to understand the difficulty level of the exam.
  • Solve more and more different types of puzzles (similar to the ones asked in the exam). Keep a stopwatch to solve it within time.
  • Solve the question paper in real-time to enhance your time management.
  • Analyze your performance, identify the weak zones, and work in that direction.
  • Devote adequate time to study all the portions
  • Read the Hindu editorials regularly.
  • Do not refer to plenty of learning books. It would confuse you. Follow a limited number of books and revise them frequently.
  • Revision is the key, especially the General Awareness section of the exam.

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