SNAP result 2024

SNAP National Level MBA Entrance Exam 2024

The Symbiosis National Aptitude Test (SNAP) is a national-level MBA entrance exam conducted by Symbiosis International University (SIU) for admission to postgraduate management programs offered by its 16 constituent institutes across India.

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Here’s a summary of the SNAP exam:

  • Eligibility: Graduates in any discipline with at least 50% marks (45% for SC/ST/PwD candidates) can apply for SNAP.
  • Exam Pattern: SNAP is a computer-based test (CBT) conducted for 60 minutes. It consists of four sections: General English, Reading Comprehension & Verbal Ability (25 questions), Logical Reasoning & Data Interpretation (35 questions), Quantitative Ability (40 questions), and General Awareness (20 questions).
  • Marking Scheme: Each section carries 25% weightage in the overall score. There is negative marking for each wrong answer (-25% of the marks allotted to that question).
  • Selection Process: After the SNAP exam, shortlisted candidates are called for Group Discussions (GDs) and Personal Interviews (PIs) by the individual institutes they apply to. The final selection is based on the SNAP score, GD/PI performance, and academic background.

Important Dates for SNAP 2024:

  • Registration: August-September 2024 (tentative)
  • Exam Date: December 2024 (tentative)
  • Result Declaration: January 2025 (tentative)

Benefits of Taking SNAP:

  • Wide Range of Colleges: SNAP scores are accepted by 16 Symbiosis institutes offering over 2500 MBA seats across various specializations.
  • High Placement Record: Symbiosis institutes are known for their excellent placement records, with graduates fetching top packages from reputed companies.
  • Globally Recognized Degree: An MBA degree from a Symbiosis institute is recognized worldwide and opens doors to a successful career.

Tips for Preparing for SNAP:

  • Start Early: Begin your preparation well in advance to cover the entire syllabus comprehensively.
  • Understand the Exam Pattern: Familiarize yourself with the exam format, marking scheme, and section-wise weightage.
  • Practice with Mock Tests: Take regular mock tests and past SNAP papers to analyze your strengths and weaknesses and improve your time management skills.
  • Focus on Accuracy: Aim for accuracy over speed, as there is negative marking for wrong answers.
  • Build a Strong Vocabulary: A strong vocabulary is essential for the General English and Reading Comprehension sections.
  • Develop Critical Reasoning Skills: Practice data interpretation and logical reasoning problems to excel in the LR/DI section.
  • Stay Updated: Keep yourself updated with current affairs and general knowledge for the General Awareness section.