SIU (Symbiosis International University) conducts Symbiosis National Aptitude Test (SNAP) exam for MBA admission. SNAP Exam score determines shortlisting for GD, PI, WAT process of one or more of the Symbiosis institutes for which you have applied. There are 15 institutes of Symbiosis University which are using SNAP scores for MBA / MSc (CA) / MSc (SS) admission. Symbiosis International (Deemed University) determines the SNAP exam pattern. The exam includes TITA (Type in The Answer) questions in the form of ‘Special Questions’ besides the Normal Multiple Choice Questions. The entrance exam is held as an online (computer-based) test of 2-hour duration carrying 130 multiple choice questions. Our experts have analysed the SNAP and providing information about the type of questions asked in the exam, marking scheme, duration of the test, total number of questions, etc. with the help of the past SNAP exam pattern.The Complete details of SNAP pattern and syllabus are as follows:
Exam pattern of SNAP:
|Section Title||General English||Quantitative Aptitude||Analytical & Logical Reasoning||General Awareness
|No. of questions||30
|Marks per Question||1
|Marks Per Question
- 1/4th or 0.25 marks (for each wrong answer) will be deducted.
- Each of the four section of SNAP exam will have 5 special (TITA) questions besides the normal Multiple Choice Questions.
- Candidates will have to type in the answer to TITA questions on the virtual keyboard.
- Duration of the test is 2 hours.
- From this year, the total number of questions in SNAP exam has been reduced to 130.
General English: Reading Comprehension, Sentence correction, Fill in the blanks, Antonyms, Idioms and Syllogisms, Contextual usage, Analogies, Jumbled paragraphs, Sentence completion.
Analytical and Logical Reasoning: Data interpretation based on text, graphs and tables, Column graphs and Bar graphs, Critical reasoning, Coding and decoding puzzles, Line chart and Pie charts, Syllogisms, Visual reasoning, Symbol Based problems, etc.
Quantitative, Data Interpretation and Data Sufficiency: Number system, HCF and LCM, Average, Percentage, Ages, Simple interest and Compound interest, Ratios and Proportion, Mixtures, Partnership, Time and distance, Profit and Loss, Trigonometry, Geometry, Mensuration, Venn diagram, Linear and Quadratic equations, Inequalities, Geometric and Arithmetic progression, etc.
General Awareness: Entertainment, Quotations, Current affairs, World records, Social issues, Geography, Politics and History, Business and Finance, etc.