RBI Assistant 2020 Prelims Result to be Announced Soon; Check Expected Cut off

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Anangsha
Anangsha Patra
Deputy Manager – Editorial
New Delhi, Updated on Feb 18, 2020 10:36 IST

RBI Assistant prelims result 2020 will be announced soon. The cut off is expected to be high this year as the exam was easy to moderate. 

RBI Assistant result

Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will soon announce RBI Assistant 2020 prelims result. The result will be available online on the official website in PDF format. The result PDF will display the roll numbers of candidates shortlisted for the mains exam. The selection of candidates is done based on the cut off marks and the total number of vacancies.

RBI Assistant prelims exam 2020 was conducted on February 14 and 15. The overall difficulty of the test was easy to moderate. Therefore, it is predicted that the cut off will be high.

The prelims exam comprised questions from English Language, Numerical Ability and Reasoning Ability. The test paper carried a total of 100 objective questions that candidates had to complete within 60 minutes. The maximum marks allotted to the test is 100.

How to check RBI Assistant prelims result 2020?

The steps to check the result of RBI Assistant prelims are given below:

  • Visit the official website
  • Click RBI Assistant result link on the home page
  • In a new page, the result PDF will open
  • Check your roll number and download it

RBI Assistant 2020 expected cut off

Candidates can check below the RBI Assistant expected cut off.

Overall & Category-wise

Category Expected Cut Off

General

79 – 83

OBC

72 – 77

SC

60 – 69

ST

55 – 65

Sectional

Sections Expected Cutoff

English Language

7 – 10

Numerical Ability

11 – 14

Reasoning Ability

14 – 18

Overall

79 - 83

The mains exam of RBI Assistant will be conducted in March 2020. Qualified candidates will be issued RBI Assistant mains admit card a few days before 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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