It is one of the most sought after MBA entrance tests in the country; and it is right around the corner.
How are the test registrations different this year?
The SNAP test organizers have taken the utmost care to ensure an improved test registration experience for candidates this year. As a direct result of this, the process has been highly simplified this year with an online registration mechanism put in place for the students’ convenience. What this means for students is that this year, they can enjoy an extremely simple and seamless online registration experience to the Symbiosis University from the comfort of their homes and offices.
What’s changed about the SNAP test in 2017?
The most important change made this year is the one with the way in which the test would be conducted. This year’s SNAP would be a fully online test for MBA entrance, doing away with the previously used pen-and-paper testing methodology. This helps create a smooth and effective test-taking experience for candidates, as is now the case with most other major MBA entrance exams held throughout the country.
How many test cities can I expect for this year’s SNAP?
This year’s SNAP test is set to include many more test venues than those for the previous years. As a result, it would be possible to appear for the SNAP 2017 test from a total of 102 test cities from all across India. This makes it exceptionally easy and convenient for most people (across all major Indian states) to appear for the test this year. If you wish to find the complete list of cities for the test, we suggest that you head over to the official Symbiosis university website right away.
How many institutes take SNAP test scores?
Taking the SNAP test singlehandedly allows you entry into 23 postgraduate programmes at 15 of the top ranked management institutes all across India.
We sincerely hope that you found our timely assistance to be of use in helping you better know the Symbiosis Pune 2017 admission process. We wish you the very best of luck for your future academic journey!
August 31, 2017
August 31, 2017
Stories by Namdev Aalapure