SBI is also known as the State Bank of India which is a Government owned corporation. SBI is a multinational banking and financial services company. The headquarters of the bank is situated in Mumbai in the state of Maharashtra. The bank was established in the year of 1955 on 1st July. The bank has 15,003 branches in India and abroad. SBI has seven associate banks which are State Bank of Bikaner & Jaipur, State Bank of Hyderabad, State Bank of Mysore, State Bank of Patiala, State Bank of Travancore, State Bank of Saurashtra and State Bank of Indore. SBI also has some non-banking subsidiaries which are SBI Capital Markets Ltd, SBI Funds Management Pvt Ltd, SBI Factors & Commercial Services Pvt Ltd, SBI Card & Payments Service Pvt. Ltd. (SBICPSL), SBI DFHI Ltd., SBI Life Insurance Company Limited, SBI General Insurance and so on. SBI conducts recruitment exam for vacancies of these banks. SBI recruitment exam has three phases which are written exam, group discussion & interview and final selection. The written exam has objective type questions which are English language Questions and Answers, General Knowledge Questions and Answers , data analysis and interpretation Questions and Answers, Aptitude Questions and Answers and Reasoning Questions and Answers.
The syllabus of Reasoning is mentioned in below:
• Verbal Reasoning : – the verbal ability determines the candidate’s ability to perceive and understand concepts and ideas expressed verbally. Verbal Reasoning includes various topics which are Logical sequence of words, blood relation test, syllogism, series completion, cause and effect, dice, Venn diagram, cube and cuboid, analogy, seating arrangement, character Puzzles, direction sense test, classification, data sufficiency, Arithmetic reasoning and verification.

• Logical Reasoning: – the Logical Reasoning measure candidate’s ability to use numbers in rational and logical way. Logical reasoning includes various topics which are Number series, letter and symbol series, verbal classification, essential part, analogies, artificial language, matching definitions, making judgement, verbal reasoning, logical problems, logical games, analyzing arguments, statement and assumption and course of action, statement and conclusion, theme detection, cause and effect, statement and argument and logical deduction.

• Nonverbal Reasoning : – the Non verbal reasoning the ability to understand complex and assimilate new information. Series, analogy, classification, analytical reasoning, mirror images, water images, embedded images, pattern completion, figure matrix, paper folding, paper cutting, rule detection, grouping of Image, dot situation, shape construction and cube and dice.

The general reasoning paper is based on various categories mentioned above. Candidates who want to get high score in this section, they quick to understand the reasoning. Candidates can prepare well by studying various books of Reasoning and they also join any coaching institutes. There are various good books of Reasoning are available in the market. Candidates should solve the previous exam paper to get good score in the exam of SBI. Candidates can also study online. Many of the websites are going on these test series. Candidates should practice to reasoning by participating in Online Logical Reasoning test series.
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