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Books for General Awareness

General Awareness is one of the most crucial sections of the Bank Exams. Students can score very high marks in this section which can decide fate of their overall scoring and can help them in getting final selection. In banking exams General Awareness part mainly consists of current affairs which constitute almost 90-95% of the section and rest questions are on conventional GK, mostly related to finance and banking. The only difference between PO & Clerical exams are the level of questions. In clerical exams questions are quite basic in nature whereas in PO exam you need to have depth knowledge of current affairs. As I have also said earlier that you can easily solve 80-90% of these questions in 10-12 minutes of time, provided you are well prepared. For preparation of this section we would recommend monthly magazines such as “Banking Services Chronicle” and “Competition Success Review” and for those who are looking for a good quality Hindi magazine they can refer to “Pratiyogita Durpan”. You need to refer to other sources as well which we have already discussed in the section “How to Prepare for General Awareness”.

Books for Reasoning
Reasoning is one of the most crucial sections of bank exams and you need to prepare very well for this section. There are many books available in the market for this particular section. The books, which we feel are very good for the preparation are:
(1) Magical Book Series Analytical Reasoning by Shri MK Pandey (Price: Rs 225)
This is one of the best books for preparation of reasoning section of bank exams, a must read for all the aspirants. The book is very good for the questions based on arguments, assumptions, statements, inferences etc. apart from all the important types of reasoning questions which are asked in the bank exams. As far as contents are concerned, the book is covering almost all types of problem which generally appear in such exams. Examples of contents are as under:
Logic based questions, arguments based questions, inferences based questions, course of action based questions, data sufficiency, cause and effects, syllogism, decision making, input-output concepts, coded relationship & binary numbers, blood relations based problems and lots more.
(2) Non Verbal Reasoning by BS Sijwali & Indu Sijwali (Price: Rs 150) 
This is another very good book for the bank exams for non verbal reasoning section. The book covers almost all types of non verbal types of concepts and problems which are generally asked in the bank exams.

Books for QA
(1) Objective Arithmetic by Dr. R.S. Aggarwal (Price: Rs 260)
This is a very good book for bank exams. Lots of examples, practice questions are given in the book. Apart from the questions all the basic formulas and methods have been very well explained in this book. As far as contents are concerned, the book is covering almost all types of problem which generally appear in such exams. Examples of contents are as under:
Number system, H.C.F & L.C.M of Numbers, Decimal Fractions, Simplification, Square Roots & Cube Roots, Average, Problems on Numbers, Problems on Ages, Surds & Indices, Percentage, Profit & Loss, Ratio & Proportion, Partnership, Chain Rule, Time & Work, Pipes and Cistern, Time & Distance, Problems on Trains, Boats and Stream, Alligation or Mixture, Simple Interest, Compound Interest, Area, Volume & Surface Areas, True Discount, Banker's Discount, Stocks & Shares, Calendar, Clocks, Races & Games of Skill, Linear Equation in Two Variables, Quadratic Equations, Arithmetic and Geometric Progressions (A.P. & G.P.), Geometry, Polygons, Trigonometry, Heights and Distances, Co-ordinate Geometry, Number Series, Tabulation, Pie-Chart, Bar-Graphs, Line Graphs.
(3) Magical Book on Quicker Maths: by Shri M. Tyra (Price: Rs 250)
This is wonderful book on quantitative aptitude from BSC publications, contents are very much similar to the books mentioned above, there are many tricks on solving questions quickly are given in this book and some of them are quite handy. This book is a must read for all the aspirants of bank exams.
Books for English
(1) Objective General English by Dr.R.S.Aggarwal & Shri Vikas Aggarwal (Price Rs 395) 
This is a very good book for preparation of English section of bank exams. The subject matter in this book is comprehensive, rigorous and yet very simple. Even an average student will find no difficulty in understanding the various concepts. The contents of the books are as under:
Vocabulary Usage, Synonyms, Antonyms, Vocabulary Test, Double Synonyms, Homonyms, One Word Substitution, Comprehension Ability, Comprehension, Comprehension, Theme Detection, Deriving Conclusions from Passages, Selecting words/Phrases, Sentence Completion, Passage Completion, Choosing the Appropriate Filler, Error Detection, Common Errors – How to Avoid Them?, Spotting Errors, Sentence Improvement, Passage Correction, Choosing the Correct/Incorrect Sentence, Rearrangement, Reconstruction of Sentences, Rearrangement of Sentences in a Paragraph, Reconstruction of Paragraphs, Rearrangement of Jumbles Parts, Word Formation, General Usage, Idioms and Phrases, Active and Passive Voice, Direct and Indirect Speech, Transformation, Spelling Test etc.
(2) “Magical Book Series: English Is Easy” by Shri Chetananand Singh (Rs 225)
This is another wonderful book from BSC publications; contents are very much similar as mentioned above. The book is designed keeping in mind, questions of bank exams. A must read for PO aspirants.




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