Apart from CAT, XAT or MAT, another MBA entrance exam that is popular amongst the masses is SNAP (Symbiosis National Aptitude Test) conducted by Symbiosis International (Deemed University). If you are aspiring to do an MBA from Symbiosis you’ll have to appear for SNAP. The registration forms for SNAP 2018 are available until 26th November 2018. The SNAP test will be held on the 16th December 2018.
To be eligible for the SNAP test 2018, you will need a minimum of 50% marks in your graduation (45% for SC/ST students). You can apply for SNAP even if you are in your final year of graduation.
This single session exam is moderately difficult and will have 130 questions. The test is divided into four sections:
● General English
● Quantitative, Data Interpretation and Data sufficiency
● Current Affairs
● Analytical & Logical Reasoning.
It is a computer-based test with a duration of 2 hours.
The test is out of 150 marks and is scaled down to 50 marks. All four sections are divided into 2 categories: Normal and Special questions. Each normal question is allocated 1 mark and each special question is allocated 2 marks. For special questions, you will need to enter your answer with the help of a virtual keyboard.
Once you successfully clear the SNAP test, you will be shortlisted for the GDPIWAT rounds. These rounds give you an opportunity to showcase your leadership and interpersonal qualities; traits that are signs of an effective manager.
For your group discussion, one thing you must remember is that it is a discussion, not a debate. Be respectful of other participants and their opinions while you confidently share yours.
In your personal interview, most questions asked will help panel members to assess you as a person. Therefore, be honest and explain your passions, motivations, and reasons to apply for a prepare for MBA Entrance Exams.
We wish you all the best for your preparation and the final tests. Head over to snaptest.org to receive updates and important information about one of the top MBA Entrance Exams in India.