RRC Group D

RRC Group D online exams - Previous Year Papers

One of the key preparation strategy for cracking any kind of exams, be it academic or competitive, is solving the previous year question papers. Solving previous year’s question paper gives you an edge in your preparation by helping you to evaluate the level and depth of your preparation.

In this article, let us understand how solving the previous year question papers of RRC Group D online exams will help you in cracking the exam.

If you look at the syllabus of  RRC Group D online exams, the question asked will be from four sections, namely Mathematics, General Science, General Intelligence and Reasoning, General Awareness and Current Affairs.  Indian Railways conducts many exams and RRC Group D is one of the categories which come under it. So, considering this fact, there will be many questions which come In mind while preparing for the exam. Some of the doubts which surface are

  1. What will be the depth of syllabus to be studies?
  2. What kind of question will be asked?
  3. What will be the difficulty level of the questions?
  4. How much time should be dedicated for different topics under each section?
  5. Is there any section /topics which can be skipped from preparation?
  6. What is the feeling I might get after attempting the exam?
  7. Is my preparation level correct and apt?
  8. Where do I stand in the competition among so many registered candidates?

Some of these doubts would have troubled you as well. To get the answer, the best strategy would be solving the previous years question papers.

If you want to crack the RRC Group D exams, then follow the experts guidelines and toppers method of solving the previous years RRC Group D exam papers.  THE GATE ACADEMY helps you to do so by providing these papers on our website. The advantages you reap by solving the previous year papers are:

  1. You will know the weightage.
  2. Depth of syllabus
  3. Understand the trends in ques and concepts
  4. Level of preparation for sections, topics
  5. Planning preparation
  6. Difficulty level of paper
  7. Time management
  8. Your level of preparation


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