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The advent of liberalization has really helped Indian economy to boost at its paramount. This has certainly given a chance to many foreign companies and private sectors to sprawl its reach in Indian market. To sustain the topmost positions in national as well as international market, these firms are always on the lookout for the best talent, possessing excellent managerial skills. Looking at this scenario, Indian Government has emphasized on building more business schools. These reputed and world class business schools are known for producing highly well qualified managers in the world of business. But, to secure admission in these leading schools is not as easy as is said. One has to go through their respective entrance exams.
SNAP (Symbiosis National Aptitude Test) is one of the management aptitude tests held in India. For many years, Symbiosis International University has been conducting SNAP exam as a mandatory test to select the best talents for their post graduate courses in the field of Management.
SNAP Registration / Application Form
Candidates, who wish to attain higher post graduate degrees at Symbiosis International University, have to register online at the official website of SNAP. The online registration for SNAP must be coupled with latest scanned of candidates. Next, Students have to print Axis Bank Challan form the website. The Challan is required to get sealed at the nearest Axis Bank’s branch against the sum of Rs. 1550. Payment can also be made online through Credit Card.
SNAP Application Form
SNAP Exam Dates
SNAP Test will be conducted on 15th December 2013.
SNAP Preparation Tips
SNAP Coaching Institutes
SNAP Sample Papers
There is no set syllabus for the exam but questions will be asked on various common subjects such as Analytical Reasoning and Decision Making, Logical Reasoning and Data interpretation. The test will also include Basic English i.e. reading comprehension, verbal ability and verbal reasoning.
SNAP 2014 will be of 2 hours i.e. exact 120 minutes. Part A (Quantitative Ability, English Language Ability & Logical Reasoning and Decision Making) and Part B (English Essay writing and General Awareness). There'll be objective kind questions with four options, for every negative mark, one fourth (1/4) of the full marks assigned to the question would be subtracted.
Since SNAP is among the toughest exams in India, it is recommendable for students to take up any of the top coaching institutes that prepare well to crack SNAP. It is advisable that aspirants should try to attempt sample papers and previous years’ papers in order to find the holes during preparation.
Registration Closes on - 22 November , 2013
Payment Closes on - 26 November, 2013
Admit Card - 02 December , 2013 to 15 December, 2013
SNAP Test 2013 - 15 December, 2013 – Sunday
Announcement of Result - 9 January, 2014