Symbiosis National Aptitude (SNAP) Test will be conducted by Symbiosis International University on 16th December 2018 to grant admission to various Post-Graduate courses that are conducted by the management institutes located in Pune, Bangalore Nashik and Hyderabad. Every year no less than 50,000 – 75,000 students apply for SNAP test. These statistics indicate that SNAP test is one among the top 10 most sought after management entrance exams in India.
Since 2018 the university took a decision to conduct the exam through online mode only. The decision was taken to keep pace with the other prominent management exams conducted in India such as CAT, MAT, CMAT, and NMAT among others. A SNAP exam taker undergoes GE-PIWAT process before getting the final admission to one of the 15 management Institutes under Symbiosis International University.
To find out more details about SNAP exam, read on the guidelines to appear in the SNAP exam:
Eligibility Criteria are the basic requirements to appear in the SNAP exam. To avoid the chances of getting disqualified at a later stage, carefully read all below mentioned criteria and then move on to register for the SNAP exam:
A candidate desirous to submit his candidature to select PG programmes, are required to complete the application and payment process of desired programme before the closing date of SNAP Exam Registrations. Aspirants can get registered for the SNAP exam online through the official website i.e. snaptest.org (from August 28, 2018 to November 26, 2018).
Since 2018 SNAP test was organised through ONLINE Mode. The test duration will be of 120 minutes. SNAP Exam comprises of both MCQ and non-MCQ based questions. For each wrong answer 25% negative marks will be deducted.
Take a detailed look at the SNAP exam pattern here
Syllabus is a collection of topics that guides what to prepare and what not. Every entrance exam has its customised syllabus that needs to be taken care of before appearing in the exam. For SNAP entrance exam, online MCQ based test is the first step that you must ace initially. SNAP exam covers four sections i.e. verbal ability, quantitative aptitude, general knowledge and analytical and logical reasoning. In all 130 MCQs and non-MCQs are provided in the exam to test the knowledge of candidates. Take a look at the detailed syllabus by clicking at the link provided below.
AS SNAP is a national level MBA entrance exam, it is therefore conducted pan India at across 92 test centers. All the SNAP test centers conduct test in online format. Aspirants can choose the test centers as per their convenience while getting registered for the SNAP exam. A list of test cities appears on the screen and candidates can choose the city in which they can appear for the exam. Once the test city is finalised, it cannot be changed after submitting the registration form.
The SNAP Test Admit Card will be available on the official website of SNAP [snaptest.org]. It will be made available from 1st December 2018 onwards. SNAP Exam takers can take the print out of the Admit card and carry it along to the test center. SNAP aspirants must preserve the authenticated Admit Card for further GE-PI-WAT processes.
Here, we provide you a list of top institutes/colleges which accept SNAP Score. The list of top colleges accepting SNAP score and the courses offered by them are given as under:
For more details regarding the colleges/institutes which are covered under SNAP, visit the official website of Symbiosis University here
It is important to keep track of the important dates of the SNAP Exam if you are planning to appear for this national level entrance test. Keeping a track of the dates helps in organised and consistent preparation for the exam.
SNAP aspirants should also make sure to register for the exam before the last date ends. Here are important dates of SNAP test 2018:
SNAP Registration begins
28th August 2018
SNAP Online Test 2018
16th December 2018
SNAP Help-desk Details
In case you have any other query related to SNAP exam, you can reach out for more information at:
Tel: +91-20-39116226 / 27
Fax: 020-3911 6228
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also visit the official website of SNAP Helpdesk in case your queries aren’t within the stipulated time!
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