RRB NTPC 2022 CBT 2 Exam to be held on May 9 & 10; Check Last Minute Exam Day Guidelines

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Anangsha Patra
Deputy Manager – Editorial
Updated on May 8, 2022 19:04 IST

RRB NTPC 2022 CBT 2 exam is scheduled to be conducted on May 9 and 10. Candidates appearing for the CBT 2 examination can check here for exam day guidelines to keep in mind. 


RRB NTPC 2022 CBT 2 Exam to be held on May 9 & 10; Check Last Minute Exam Day Guidelines

Railway Recruitment Boards (RRBs) will be conducting RRB NTPC 2022 CBT 2 exam on May 9 and 10. The CBT 2 exam will be conducted for candidates who have qualified the CBT 1 exam. RRB NTPC CBT 2 admit card has been released. The time and venue of the exam are mentioned on the admit card. Candidates must carry their Aadhaar Card for Aadhaar enabled biometric verification. To download the admit card, candidates need to enter user ID and password.

RRB NTPC CBT 2 Exam Pattern

RRB NTPC exam pattern 2022 for the second stage CBT is such that it is divided into three sections-General Questions Awareness, Mathematics, and General Intelligence and Reasoning. The test carries a total of 120 questions. The duration of the test is 90 minutes (120 minutes is given to PwBD candidates). For the correct answer, candidates score one mark. There is negative marking for wrong answers, 1/3 marks are deducted for incorrect answers. The marks of each session of the test are normalised since the exam is conducted in multiple sessions. Normalisation of marks is done to adjust the difficulty of question papers.

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RRB NTPC Exam Day Guidelines

Candidates must follow guidelines for RRB NTPC CBT 2 exam:

  • Carry admit card to the exam hall on the day of the exam
  • Reach the exam centre at least 15 minutes before the start of the examination
  • Carry a verified and current photo ID-Aadhaar Card, Ration Card, Voter ID, Driver's License, etc.
  • Candidates are required to wear masks at all times and maintain social distancing
  • Carry own sanitiser and water bottle
  • Use of calculators (separate or with watch), books, notebooks or written notes, cell phones (with or without camera facility), or any other electronic device will not be allowed during the exam
About the Author
Anangsha Patra
Deputy Manager – Editorial

A mass communication and journalism post-graduate, Anangsha has worked as a reporter and sub-editor and enjoys working in the education domain.


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