The results of RRB NTPC Results 2017 is expected to be released on April 24 on the official website. Once the RRB NTPC exam results of 2nd stage are out, aspirants will need to appear for the next stage Aptitude Test. It would also be important for the aspirants to note that the sample will be available on rrbahmedabad.gov.in. It is a must for the aspirants to note that the Psychological tests have been designed for different categories of job in critical safety categories, viz., Assistant Station Master, Assistant Drivers and Motorman. Aspirants will be given the test battery prescribed for the job for which they have applied for The Aptitude test for ASMs will be now in Computer based mode.

Candidates appearing may click on the link below to get acquainted with sample test. In order to qualify in aptitude tests, the candidates are required to obtain T-score of 42 in each test. T-score is the normalized score statistically formulated for application all over. It is important to note that the copies of question paper, OMR sheet and answer key cannot be provided. The re-evaluation of answer sheet is an action and not information to be provided to the applicant under RTI Act 2005. Also Read: RRB NTPC Exam Cen 03/2015: Exam timelines, result dates and expected schedule

It is important to note that the aptitude tests are conducted as per the selection criteria approved by the Ministry of Railways. The Aptitude tests for RRB NTPC are administered on the candidates appearing for selection as safety category staff on Indian Railways through different RRBs at the entry level of Assistant Station Master, Assistant Loco Pilot and Motorman for assessment of cognitive ability of the candidates with a purpose to ensure that the candidates possessing the desired level of attributes, essential for safe train operation, are selected. Also Read: RRB NTPC 2nd Stage CBT Result expected by April 24, reports

Candidates must also note that the scores of a candidate in RRB examination and thereafter in aptitude test as a part thereof are apportioned in the ration of 70: 30 for preparation of the final merit list. As weightage to aptitude test is 30, the composite score of a dummy subject can be calculated as follows: Composite T-score of a candidate having 5 tests in a battery is = 300. The max T-score a candidate can obtain having 5 tests in a battery is (80×5) = 400.