RRB Group D Recruitment Exam 2018: CBT Mock Test & Train Travel Authority Links Activated at rrbcdg.gov.in
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The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) have released the Group D exam details according to which, the exams are slated to begin from September 17. Before every exam, RRB prepares mock test so that students are acquainted with the question paper pattern. According to an earlier notification for Level 1 posts, the Indian Railways activated the mock test link from today at rrbcdg.gov.in. The candidates who are participating in the exams can practise with it to increase their chances of clearing the exams this year. In addition, the SC/ ST candidates can download their train travel authority for the RRB Group D 2018 exams. RRB Group D Recruitment Exam 2018: How to Prepare for CBT, Last Minute Tips & Tricks to Ace September Level 1 Test. 

In order to access the RRB Group D Mock Test link, candidates will have to log in using their CEN 02/ 2018 registration details. The process will be similar for candidates to download their train travel authorities. In every recruitment exam, a mock test appears to be vital as it provides a lot of advantages to the aspirants before they sit in the real exam. Through such online tests, the students can understand the paper pattern, test their preparations and improve the speed and accuracy. The Railway Group D first stage of CBT for Level 1 posts will be of 90 minutes with questions comprising Mathematics, General Intelligence and Reasoning, General Science and General Awareness and Current Affairs.

Meanwhile, it must be noted that since the exams will be held in phases, for the first day of the CBT, the admit cards will be released on September 13. RRB has also published the exam date, shift and city details of those candidates who will sit for the Group D recruitment examination scheduled from September 17 to October 16, 2018. Around 1.89 crore applicants will compete for 62,907 Level 1 vacant posts at the Indian Railways. After clearing the first stage CBT, the candidates will appear in the Physical Efficiency Test (PET) next.