How to Prepare for Derivatives Topic – “RBI Grade B 2018”

CaptureDear aspirants,

Derivatives is one of the topics in RBI Grade B syllabus which is mathematical in nature. Many aspirants find this topic hard to understand but the truth is that derivatives is a very interesting topic and if read in a structured manner one tends to fall in love with this topic.

We at EduTap have covered this topic in a very structured manner along with numerous examples. Lot of graphs and pictures have been used to help you understand the topic with ease.

Secondly, this topic is increasing in importance with every passing year with around 1 mark and 5 marks worth of paper asked from this topic in 2016 and 2017 respectively. RBI also included a 2 marker Numerical from this topic in 2017.

There is lot more you would like to know about this topic like
1. Why is this topic important?

2. What were the exact questions asked from this topic in the previous years?
3. What kind of numerical were asked from this topic?
3. What was the difficulty level of the questions asked?
4. What all sub-topics one needs to prepare under this topic?
5. Does one needs a calculator to solve questions from this topic?
6. How to study this topic in structured manner

We have made a video answering all your queries related to this topic.
Click here to watch the video

About our RBI Grade B 2018 course

EduTap has already launched the RBI Grade B courses for 2018. Our courses are comprehensive courses comprising of Video Lectures, Concept Notes, Summary Sheets, Work Sheets and MCQs for each topic.
The emphasis is on building strong concepts along with lot of practice in real time environment.
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