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RRB ALP, Technician scorecard, cut off, final answer key released; check here

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RRB ALP, Technician scorecard, cut off

RRB ALP, Technician scorecard, cut off, final answer key released; check here

New Delhi, November 3: Railway Recruitment Boards (RRBs) have released the score card, cut off and final answer key for the first stage examination on November 2. Candidates, who have taken the test from August 9 to September 4 can now check their individual score by entering their registration number and date of birth in the log in window.

Along with the result and cut off, the candidates can also check the final answer key and the master question paper. This information has been released by the Railway Recruitment Board officials. The RRB official release reads, “On login, candidates can also see the Master Question Paper of the shift in which they had appeared along with the Final Key for the questions. This facility will be available up to 11.12.2018.” Thus, candidates, who wish to check the final answer key and the master question paper can do so by or before December 11 only.

As per the result of the first stage, shortlisted candidates will have to appear in the second stage examination from December 12 to 14. The shortlisted candidates will be informed via SMS/Email IDs or through their RRB ALP log in window to download their exam city details about 10 days before the second stage CBT.

Shortlisted candidates of the first stage, can download the e-call letter or admit card for second stage from December 8 onwards.

RRB ALP second stage exam will be held in two parts (A & B). It’s mandatory for all the candidates to attempt both the parts. The examination will be held for 2.30 hours. Part A will be held for 90 minutes wherein 100 multiple choice questions from General Intelligence, Reasoning, Mathematics, etc. will be asked, while Part B will be for 1 hour with stream specific questions according to the trade selected by the candidates.

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