Symbiosis National Aptitude Test (SNAP) is one of the common exams held in India for the Management courses. It is conducted by the Symbiosis International University (deemed) for the admission to take in different institutes affiliated to symbiosis university.
This university provide the post graduate degree in management programs. This test is held in December every year, to take SNAP test, you have to register yourself online, the online registrations are open in October first week.
There is also the Management quota in university for admission.
What is the eligibility for SNAP?
Candidates who are want to take the test, should hold the Bachelor's Degree with minimum 55% marks with 12 years schooling.
NOTE : Candidates who are in final year or waiting for their results may also apply.
What is the test pattern of SNAP ?
SNAP test is an objective test having four options. The test duration is about 120 minutes, in which you have to give the answers of about 160 questions. Each questions consisting of 1 marks each. Their is different cutoffs for different colleges to take admission.
i) Objective Test
ii) Test Duration = 120 minutes
iii) Number of Questions = 160
iv) Marks/ Questions = 1 marks each
v) 25% negative marking per question.
NOTE : Their is 25% negative marking per question in the test.
What is the syllabus of SNAP?
Now, we are here to discuss about the syllabus of test, the test, their are four sections i.e. English Language, General Awareness, Data Interpretation and Quantitative Aptitude and high level Reasoning.
i) English Language (Reading Comprehension, VA) = 40 marks
ii) Quantitative Aptitude, Data Sufficiency, Data Interpretation : 40 marks
iii) General Awareness : 40 marks
iv) Reasoning : 40 marks
Total marks = 160
Quantitative Aptitude is just like maths which includes ( numbers, time and work, geometry, mensuration, percentage etc.) and Data Interpretation includes ( bar graphs, line graphs, stack graphs, logical reasoning etc.)
What are the important dates?
Start date of online registration : first week of October.
Last date of registration : November last week.
Exam date : 12 December.
Date of result : 12 January.