IBPS SO Exam 2019: Most Recommended Books for CWE Preparation

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  • The reporting time mentioned on the call letter is prior to the Start time of the test.

  • There will be penalty for wrong answers marked in the Objective Tests. For each question for which a wrong answer has been given by the candidate one fourth or 0.25 of the marks assigned to that question will be deducted as penalty to arrive at corrected score.

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Institute of Banking Personnel Selection is undergoing a recruitment process for IBPS Common Written Examination for the appointment of Specialist Officers in the Public Sector Banks. The candidates will be appointed for the posts of I.T. Officer (Scale-I), Rajbhasha Adhikari (Scale I), Agricultural Field Officer (Scale I), HR/Personnel Officer (Scale I), Law Officer (Scale I) and Marketing Officer (Scale I). The candidates are involved in their IBPS SO Preliminary Exam 2019. It is an apt period to initiate your exam preparation. It is advised to go through the list of books which are most recommended for IBPS SO Exam 2019. These books will help the candidates in IBPS SO Exam 2019 preparation. The aspirants who will successfully qualify in Common Written Preliminary Exam would become eligible to appear Online Main Examination, which subsequently is called up for Common Interview.

List of Recommended Books for IBPS SO Exam 2019

Name of Book  Name of Author Name Publication Name
Fast track   Rajesh Verma    Arihant Publications    
Accredited Guide to Data Interpretation and Data Sufficiency  Ananta Ashisha Arihant Publications    
Quantitative Aptitude  R S Aggarwal  S. Chand
Modern Approach to Verbal and Non – Verbal Reasoning  R S Aggarwal  S. Chand    
Analytical Reasoning M K Pandey           BSC Publication
Word Power Made Easy  Norman Lewi  Goyal Publication    
Objective General English   S P Bakshi    Arihant Publications
Mirror of Common Error  Ashok Kumar Singh Student Friends  
Professional Knowledge Practice Work Book  Pratiyogita Kiran  Kiran Publication    

The aspirants need to qualify in three sections including English Language, Reasoning, General Awareness or Quantitative Aptitude with the minimum cutoff score as decided by the IBPS. The shortlisting of the candidates will entirely depend on the number if vacancies to be generated by the Public Sector Banks.

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