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SBI PO Preparation Books

SBI PO Preparation BooksState Bank of India (SBI) conducts recruitment exams every year for the aspiring candidates to secure a Bank Job. The SBI recruitment procedure is of three phases. The first phase is the Prelims exam, in which only the shortlisted candidates are eligible to appear for the Mains exam, which is the second phase of the recruitment procedure. The Final phase is the Group Discussion and the Personal Interview, where the candidates who have cleared the Mains exam can appear for the final phase of the recruitment procedure. The Bank exams are becoming more and more competitive over the years, as many numbers of candidates are appearing for the bank exam. The candidates should prepare well for the exam, to secure a post in a bank. Preparing from the right material is a vital part of the preparation as it will help the candidates to understand the important topics. Here are some books which have been selected, that will help in the preparation of the SBI PO Exam 2017.

Best books for the preparation of PO Exam 2017:

English Language

Name of the book Author Publisher
Objective English for Competitive Examinations Hari Mohan Prasad, Uma  Rani Sinha Tata McGraw-Hill Education(2009)
Objective General English 22nd Edition R.S Aggarwal,  Vikas  Aggarwal S.Chand Publisher (2011)
Objective English 4 Edition Edgar Thorpe Pearson(2011)

Quantitative Aptitude

Name of the book Author Publisher
Quantitative Aptitude For Competitive Examinations 17th Edition R. S. Aggarwal S. Chand Publishing (2012)
Magical Book On Quicker Maths 3 Edition M Tyra BSC Publishing (2013)
Quantitative Aptitude Test N. K. Singh Upkar Prakashan (2008)

Reasoning Ability

Name of the Book Author Publisher
A Modern Approach To Verbal & Non-Verbal Reasoning Revised Edition R. S. Aggarwal Publisher: S.Chand Publishing (2012)
A New Approach to Reasoning Verbal and Non-Verbal 1st Edition BS Sijwali, Indu Sijwali Arihant Publications (2011)
The Hand on Guide to Analytical Reasoning and Logical Reasoning Peeyush Bhardwaj Arihant (2012)

From the above-mentioned books, the candidates can prepare well for the upcoming bank exams. The candidates should also take frequent mock tests and previous years question papers, as it will help the candidates in understanding the pattern of the questions and help the candidates to identify their weak and strong areas. With determination and focus, the candidates can crack the bank exams with ease.

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