Everything you Need to Know about SNAP 2020

 

Symbiosis National Aptitude Test (SNAP) is a university-level exam for screening candidates. The exam is conducted under the jurisdiction of Symbiosis International University (SIU). By clearing this test, candidates can appear for the GE-PIWAT process of various colleges under the aforesaid banner. GE-PIWAT stands for Group Exercise, Personal Interaction, and Writing Ability Test. In case one excels in these rounds, he/she is shortlisted further. Consequently, they can get admission in the various management programs offered by the SNAP colleges. Furthermore, aspirants must have the idea that the personal admission process for institutions may vary. The courses encompass degrees like, MBA, M.Sc. (CA), M.Sc. (SS), etc.

 

Let’s know all the minute details related to the SNAP exam.

 

Important Dates

 

The schedule for the SNAP exam 2020 is a vital piece of information for the aspirants. Below are the dates of paramount importance concerning the exam-

 

Events

Dates Allotted

Beginning of online registration

16 August 2019

Last date for submitting the form

23 November 2019

Last date for fee payment

23 November 2019

Issuance of the admit card

2 December 2019

Date of the exam

15 December 2019

Declaration of result

10 January 2020

 

Note: The peculiarities of the schedule can be checked on Eduwhere.in, where you will get the latest notification of the exam.


Exam Pattern for SNAP 2020

 

The next thing that must be known before beginning the preparation of the exam is the pattern. SNAP exam pattern states all the crucial details about the exam, including what the features in it, what is the time duration, etc.

 

The SNAP exam pattern is as follows-

 

  • Mode of the test: The SNAP examination is conducted through the online mode.

 

  • The type of questions: Multiple choice questions feature in the test, wherein candidates have to choose one appropriate option as the answer. However, certain special questions will be put forth in the Quantitative Section. For these questions, the examinee will have to enter the answer using the keyboard.

 

  • The number of sections: There are three sections in the test, namely, General English, Analytical and Logical Reasoning, and Quantitative, Data Interpretation and Data Sufficiency.

 

  • The number of questions in each section: 34 questions are asked in the General English section, 36 in Analytical and Logical Reasoning, and 35 MCQ questions, plus an additional 5 special questions in the last section.

 

  • Marking Scheme: The marking scheme differs from the different sections. 1.5 marks are awarded for General English and Analytical and Logical Reasoning Section. For the Quantitative, Data Interpretation and Data Sufficiency section, 1 mark is given for each correct answer. However, special questions are awarded 2 marks. 25% negative marking is applicable for each wrong answer.

 

  • Total marks: The examinee scores from a total of 150 marks for 110 questions.

 

Eligibility Criteria:

 

The candidates must qualify the below-stated criteria to take the test and get admission in SNAP colleges-

 

  • The candidate must have a minimum of 50% in graduation degree for unreserved candidates and 45% for reserved categories.

 

  • Candidates who are appearing for their final year exam can also apply for the test. But, they will only get a provisional admission and the finalization would depend on the above-stated criterion.

 

  • Those who have graduated from a foreign institute need to have an Association of Indian Universities (AIU) certification.

 

Syllabus for the SNAP exam

 

The SNAP syllabus is not particularly definite and should be studied keeping in mind the pattern of the previous years’ papers. Each section generally focuses on the basic concepts and the amalgamation of such concepts to form certain complex questions. Let’s see what all things form a part of the syllabus-

 

  • General English- This section of the SNAP syllabus evaluates the English proficiency of a candidate. The questions that have been commonly asked from this section include Comprehension passages, Error correction, Synonyms, Antonyms, Verbal Reasoning, Idioms, Odd one out, etc. 

 

  • Analytical and Logical Reasoning- In this section, the commonly seen questions include those from topics such as Syllogism, Blood Relations, Venn Diagram, Reason-Assertion, Seating Arrangement, etc.

 

  • Quantitative, Data Interpretation and Data Sufficiency- The common topics from this section are Permutation and Combination, Probability, Vectors, Binomial Expansion, Profit and Loss, Time and Distance, Geometric Progression, Arithmetic Mean, etc. 

 

Preparation Plan for SNAP 2020 exam

 

With all the information regarding the exam at aid, a candidate should also have a full-fledged study plan for such a competitive exam. The competition is without a doubt immense, but with a well-developed strategy one can easily get through. Below are a few tips and tricks that can be encapsulated in the study plan-

 

 

General English

 

  • Being an avid reader helps in preparing for this section. Reading helps in increasing the speed and efficiency. Also, you encounter new words while reading, which help with synonyms and antonyms questions as well.

 

  • Further, do note down the novel words for future reference and revision.

 

 Analytical and Logical Reasoning

 

  • Practice using the mock test papers from Eduwhere.in, which provides intelligently accumulated content for examination preparation. Also, refer to the papers from past years to have an idea as to what must be practised. Since the section is purely based on logic, just go about practising and brushing your skills.

 

Quantitative, Data Interpretation and Data Sufficiency

 

  • Begin by practising basic maths. A clear idea of the basics helps in solving problems of higher-order and thus emphasis should be laid on the same. Brush the elementary maths and then proceed ahead.

 

  • The next thing to do would be to take the 11th and 12th standard mathematics books for reference. Solve mathematical problems from the same. Post this, you are ready to do practice papers and put the knowledge to use.

 

SNAP test evaluates the basic subjects. The idea is to question the examinee in a manner that confuses him/her. The pro tip in such a situation is to acknowledge that the basics have been formulated in a complex manner. Work on your basics and you will be able to ace the test easily.



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