• Preparation Symbiosis National Aptitude Test 2012

SNAP preparation

The SNAP preparation demands a whole different angle for the preparation aspect as its marking scheme is quite different from the other conventional management exams. Due to this fact the candidate have to concentrate on all the aspects and topics while preparing for the examination. It is divided into four sections which have equal number of questions and equal weight age is given to three sections in terms of marks distribution also. The last topics have some real time analysis which is very important so this section have extra mark as compare to other sections. The examination is bounded in a 120 minutes time structure and no extra time is allotted in any case. This examination as all other management examination is of objective type. Each question has four answers and the candidate have to answer the most appropriate answer. There is negative marking for 25 percent for every wrong answer in the examination.

The four sections of the SNAP are as follows: 1. General English: Reading Comprehension, Verbal Reasoning, Verbal Ability 2. Quantitative, Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency 3. General Awareness: General Knowledge, Current Affairs, Business Scenario 4. Analytical & Logical Reasoning

Structure of SNAP

Symbiosis National Aptitude (SNAP) Test is in the MCQ format giving four options with 180 questions. The examination is of two hours duration and the paper is divided into four parts

   Analytical & Logical Reasoning: 60
   General Awareness :40
   General English: 40
   Quantitative : 40

There will be negative marking for the incorrect answer, 25% of deduction.

Syllabus for SNAP

General English

Antonyms Comprehension Of A Passage Grammar Reading Comprehension Reasoning Sentence Completion Synonyms Verbal Verbal Ability Vocabulary


Arithmetic Basic Mathematical relations and Formulas Computation Data Interpretation Data Sufficiency Measurements Relationship between Numbers Time and Distance

General Awareness

Business Scenario Current Affairs Economic condition of India and Other countries General Knowledge Social Scenario of Indian and other countries

Analytical & Logical Reasoning

Analogies Analysis Arithmetical Number Series Arithmetical Reasoning Decision-Making Differences Discrimination Judgment Observation Problem-Solving Relationship Concepts Similarities Space Visualization Verbal And Figure Classification Visual Memory

The first three sections are of 40 marks each and the last section is of 60 marks. The time management while preparing for this kind of exam is very important factor as the race against time cannot be won without any practice. The best way to do this is by regularly practicing the question with clock on one side. The exam have different set of question which are there to test our ability of managing time and to test our approach in solving problem under a limited time period. The total examination is of 180 marks and it is very important that the candidate must score the above qualifying marks to enter the next round of selection process.

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