SNAP Exam Analysis 2018 - Symbiosis International University (deemed to be university) will conduct the Symbiosis National Aptitude Test (SNAP) for admission to its institutes offering management programmes. The national level test will be held on December 16, 2018. Currently, the registration gates are open, interested candidates can apply for SNAP 2018 until November 26, 2018. Only those who successfully register for the entrance exam and meet its basic eligibility criteria will be able to download the SNAP 2018 admit card. As per the official notification, the SNAP admit card will be available for download from December 1, 2018, onwards.
Post the SNAP 2018 exam, the analysis of SNAP exam will be conducted by various coaching institutes and experts. The SNAP exam analysis is done in order to guide future SNAP test takers to understand the exam pattern and how the entrance exam is conducted. This enables aspirants to become familiar with the SNAP exam and prepare accordingly.
Since the SNAP 2018 exam is yet to be conducted, therefore, we bring to you previous year’s SNAP exam analysis that will help you understand previous year’s trend of the exam and how it has changed over the years.
In 2017, the first-ever computer-based SNAP exam was conducted at 102 test cities across India. Majority test takers claimed that this year’s SNAP exam was difficult than the previous year as this the exam was lengthy and required more time to complete. Some test takers added that a longer duration would have helped them solve more questions. As per the SNAP 2017 exam analysis, there were a total of 150 questions that were to be solved in 120 minutes, meaning each question had less than a minute time to solve. Fortunately, this time there were no sectional cut-off; candidates could focus on maximising their overall score instead of trying to score higher in each section.
According to the SNAP exam analysis 2017, the Quant section was tough, emphasis was on Arithmetic in the QA section. Overall the SNAP 2017 was lengthy and required more time to maximise the overall score.
After the SNAP 2016 exam conducted on December 18, 2016, there was a mix feedback from the test takers. Some said the exam was easy but lengthy while some said it was easy to moderate. There were a total of 150 questions worth 150 marks that were to be solved in 120 minutes. Some test takers added how they got stuck in the Logical Ability section and how the Quant was unsurprisingly easy. SNAP 2016 brought along changes such as in the number of questions in the GK section that was reduced to 30 from 40. Apart from this, until last year each correct answer carried 2 marks but this year it was 1 mark for correct answer.
The expected cut-off for SIBM Pune was 60-62 and 50-60 for SCMHRD. The other Symbiosis institutes had lower overall cut-off.
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