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All About SNAP


Normally held in the month of December, Symbiosis National Aptitude(SNAP) is a national level online management entrance test which is mandatory for admission to all the 15 Symbiosis Institutes affiliated to Symbiosis International Deemed University (SIU) Pune. Candidates aspiring to join MBA / MSc (CA) / MSc (SS) programmes offered by the Symbiosis Institutes have to appear for the SNAP entrance Test. Every year around 50K-60K students appear for SNAP exam. SNAP 2018 will be conducted in an online mode in 92 cities all over India. For detailed insight, clickhttps://www.snaptest.org/symbiosis-entrance-exam-for-mba.html

SNAP Test Eligibility

Educational Qualification: The candidate must have a bachelor's degree with a minimum of 50% marks. In case of the SC and ST, a minimum of 45% mark is sufficient. Age Limits: Candidate should not be less than 21 years of age.

SNAP Test Syllabus

Set at a "medium" difficulty level, the test is somewhat easier to crack in comparison with the CAT and the XAT tests. This brings forth a whole new gamut of opportunities for all of the leaders and managers in the making. SNAP Test consists of questions from the following subjects and respective topics. The exam is held for two hours and the questions asked in SNAP are of objective in nature. The exam paper carry 130 questions divided into 4 sections. There is no sectional cut-off in SNAP exam.

  • General English: Antonyms, Reading Comprehension, Grammar, Reasoning, Sentence Completion, Synonyms, Verbal Ability, Vocabulary, Quantitative Aptitude
  • Arithmetic: Basic Mathematical relations and Formulas, Computation, Data Interpretation, Data Sufficiency, Measurements, Relationship between Numbers, Time and Distance, General Awareness
  • Business Scenario: Current Affairs, Economic condition of India and Other countries, General Knowledge, Sociocultural aspects of India and other countries of the world, Analytical & Logical Reasoning
  • Logical Reasoning: Analogies, Analysis, Arithmetical Number Series, Arithmetical Reasoning, Decision-Making, Differences, Discrimination, Judgment, Observation, Problem-Solving, Relationship Concepts, Similarities, Space Visualization and Figure Classification.

What's New with SNAP?

This year SNAP 2018 exam pattern has been revised. The total questions have been reduced to 130 from 150. No change has been introduced in the total number of marks or in the number of sections. Currently SNAP exam board members have introduced 'Special Questions'. SNAP 2018 exam paper will be divided into two types of questions: Normal Questions and Special Questions. The normal questions are the Multiple Choice Questions. The special questions are non-MCQs, the answers of which need to be typed through virtual keyboard. The Normal Question will carry 1 marks and the Special Question will attract 2 marks each.