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SBI Clerk Books and Study Plan

Published on Sunday, November 17, 2013
IBPS RRB results brought smiles and sorrow to candidates. Many intelligent aspirants scored low because of TWSS marking system. Lets just forget it and start working hard to get placed in India's best public sector bank State Bank of India.

SBI is the largest bank in India. Last year 17 lac candidates appeared for 1400 PO jobs. There is no TWSS system. As cutoff remains very you should make a different strategy. In IBPS we aims at high accuracy, by attempting 130 questions 80% accuracy, you are assured to get a interview call. This is not the case for SBI Clerk.

Books you need to buy for this plan

Book title
Purchase link
Quantitative Aptitude by R.S. Aggarwal
Quantitative Aptitude

Modern Approach to Verbal and Non-verbal reasoning by RS Aggarwal
Computer for Competitive examinations 
Computer knowledge
English Grammar by Murphy - Cambridge University
India book Published by Government of India
General Awareness
SBI Clerk exam notes By Ramandeep Singh
All subjects  

Study Plan for SBI Clerk

Week 1

  • Calculation tricks
  • English Grammar revision

Week 2 

  • Time and work 
  • Try sitting arrangement questions 
  • Get a English novel and start reading it
  • Start reading India Book 2013

Week 3 

  • Time and distance
  • Probability and sets theory
  • Complete your novel
  • Practice reading comprehension sets

Week 4 

  • Age problems
  • Train and cisterns
  • Data interpretation
  • Data sufficiency

Week 5 

  • Geometry
  • Practice some questions on computer awareness if you know basics.
  • Practice puzzles and series questions
  • Practice few reading comprehension and para jumbles.

Tips for SBI Clerk exam

  • As cutoff goes beyond 60% for general category candidates, you should attempt at least 75% questions
  • Sectional cutoffs remain low and predetermined, you need to clear total cutoff which is made on the basis of merit. Score high in one section in one section and average in remaining.
  • You can't afford to leave any chapter during preparations.
  • Never skip 5 questions sets during exams. 

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