How to Fill SNAP Application Form 2020 - Step by Step Guide
How to Fill SNAP Application Form 2020 - Symbiosis International (Deemed University) released the application form of SNAP on September 24, 2020. The last date for application and payment has been extended to November 30, 2020. Those who are interested in SNAP 2020 can fill the online application form after checking the eligibility criteria of SNAP. Candidates can avail SNAP application form on snaptest.org. The SNAP application fee is Rs 1750 and it can be paid via online mode or through Demand Draft (DD. Candidates need to upload all the required documents like a photograph and signature in addition to filling in personal and academic details. Read the full article to know how to fill the SNAP 2020 application form. SNAP will be conducted in online mode on three dates, i.e., December 20, 2020, January 6, 2021, and January 9, 2021.
Latest SNAP Update: Fill SNAP Application Form Below or Click Here. Last date for SNAP registration extended to November 30.
SNAP Important Dates 2020
Here we provide details all SNAP dates including SNAP 2020 test dates, admit card download date as well as the result dates. check below.
|Registration Begins on||September 24, 2020|
|Registration & Payment - Last Date||extended to November 30, 2020|
|Admit Card Live on||December 5, 2020|
|Declaration of SNAP Result||January 22, 2021|
SNAP Eligibility Criteria 2020
Candidates should have done their graduation in any discipline from a recognized university or Institute with a minimum aggregate of 50% marks for the General category and 45% marks for reserved category candidates.
Candidates who have done a qualifying degree from a foreign University have to obtain an equivalence certificate from the Association of Indian Universities (AIU).
How to fill SNAP Application Form 2020
Before starting the registration process to fill the SNAP 2020 application form, one should keep some important things ready like a recent photograph along with details of credit/debit card or net banking. DD details must be kept close icase SNAP registration fee is paid offline. This would allow the students to complete filling up and submission of the SNAP application form 2020 without any mistakes and errors at one go. Read the full article to know all the details related to how to fill SNAP 2020 application form.
Steps to fill SNAP Application Form
Register for SNAP
Pay the amount of application fee for SNAP 2020
Register for Institute programme
Complete registration form Part - II
Pay institute programme fee
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Step 1 - Registration
First, the new candidates will have to go to the official website of SNAP is www.snaptest.org. After that, on the page, they have to click on the ‘Apply Now’ tab. Click on “Apply Now". A new window will open and candidates will have to click on the ‘Register’ tab.
After visiting the official website of SNAP Test and opening the ‘register’ tab, click on the button ‘Register Now’ available on the homepage, as soon as they will click on the Registration tab, now, they will be redirected to a new window. In this new window, they have to register as a new user, which will open a few instructions about registrations. Read the instructions carefully and generate a user-id, and click on the “I Agree” button to accept the terms, and move to the next page.
Now, candidates have to fill in all the credentials to create a Login. Here, they will have to choose courses( MBA) while filling the application form of SNAP 2020, after which they have to fill in the details such as given here:
Applicant Name (as per the name on mark sheet of X/XII or certificate)
Date of Birth (DOB)
Primary Email Id
Are you an NRI candidate
Note: After completing the SNAP application process, The first step is to register for which you need to enter all details which are mentioned above and One Time Password (OTP) will be generated now.
Once the registration process is complete, the candidates will receive SNAP 2020 login Credentials
Note: Click on “Click here to make payment”, a new window will open and the candidates will have to login by using their SNAP ID/ Email ID and password. After login, candidates can change their current password.
Note: After login, candidates can change their current password.
Password Instruction: Password should be in the form of Alpha-Numeric only. Please do not use special characters.
Step 2 - Make Payment
After completing the above-mentioned procedure, the candidates now have to pay the fee for the SNAP 2020 application form by clicking on the ‘Click here to pay’ tab.
Note: After clicking ‘Click here to pay’, a new window will open and the candidates will have to login by using their SNAP ID/ Email ID and password.
Now, Candidates will have to pay a fee according to the category for SNAP 2020 through any of the modes that are mentioned below:
Billdesk Payment Gateway
Easebuzz Payment Gateway
Indian Bank Payment Gateway
Demand Draft (DD).
SNAP 2020 Application Form Fee
Candidates will have to pay a fee of Rs.1750+additional gateway charges. They can make payment through the modes given below:
Online Payment through Credit or Debit Card
Candidates may pay directly via card online. They can also pay for the Institute application fee of various institutes through credit card along with the SNAP Fee.
Candidates may pay their SNAP test fee from the list of banks to the Symbiosis Test Secretariat account.
The candidates may also get a demand draft for Rs.1750 from any Nationalised Bank in favour of “Symbiosis Test Secretariat” payable at Pune.
Choose the mode of Payment as DD in the ‘Make Payment’ tab and click ‘Submit’. Take a print of the payment advice form, sign and send it along with the DD to the “Symbiosis Test Secretariat” only at:
Symbiosis International University
Symbiosis Test Secretariat
Gram: Lavale, Tal: Mulshi,
District: Pune - 412115
Phone: +91-020-39116226 / 27
Note: On confirmation of the payment status, the candidates may go to the next step by clicking on ‘Click here to continue’.
Step 3 - Fill the Application Form
After Login, the SNAP 2020 application form will be displayed on the screen and now candidates have to fill in all the details such as their Personal information, Work experience, Education details, Select programme/ programmes they are applying to, Address for correspondence, Preferred test city, Upload current passport size photo, etc.
Are you an NRI candidate
Work Experience: Candidates have to mention their full-time work experience (if any)
Candidates highest qualification
UG education type
UG qualifying degree
UG University name
Select the program you are applying to
Address Line 1
Address Line 2
Address Line 3
Preferred Exam centre: Candidates have to choose the exam centres as per their preferences.
Upload Image: Now candidates will have to upload their passport size photograph.
Note: After clicking on the “Save and continue” tab candidates will be redirected to a new page where they have to pay the institute fee by clicking on “Click here to pay”
Symbiosis Test Secretariat will authenticate all the payment details and will send an email to all the registered candidates on their registered email ID regarding confirming the payment for SNAP 2020.
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - How to Fill SNAP Application Form 2020 - Step by Step Guide
Question: When will it be held? Can I write this multiple times?
This year, the entrance test will be conducted on the following dates:
- December 20, 2020
- January 06, 2021
- January 09, 2021
Students will be allowed to write the exam a maximum of two times, but at the time of first enrollment, they will need to determine if they plan to write it once or twice. The best of the two programs will be considered by the examinees twice.
Question: What is the last date to register for SNAP? What is the test registration fee?
The last date to apply for SNAP is November 30, 2020. The application fee for the examination will be Rs. 1750 per attempt.
Question: Do I have to apply separately for B-School programs, other than enrolling in SNAP?
Yes, in addition to enrolling in SNAP, you must apply separately for B-School programs. The registration fee for each institute and each program is Rs. 1000.
Question: What is the pattern of the SNAP examination this year?
The pattern of examination has undergone a major change.
- Total Questions: 60
- Total Duration: 1 hour
- Marking Scheme: 1 mark for a correct answer, 0.25 negative mark for a wrong answer
- Type of questions: MCQs
The following sections are:
- General English: 15 Questions
- Quantitative, Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency: 20 Questions
- Analytical & Logical Reasoning: 25 Questions
Question: What is the eligibility to write the SNAP Entrance Exam?
Graduate with at least 50% marks (45% for SC/ ST) from any recognized university/ institution.
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Questions related to SNAP
Can someone please provide the list of important topics for Snap to score a 99 percentile???
I understand that this is a common apprehension among aspirants while attempting any exam, be it SNAP, CAT, XAT, and so on. As a student of SIBM Pune (first year) myself, I went through the same preparation phase last year. While I will tell you which topics might come in the exam, it can never be an exhaustive list. You must keep an open mind and cover as much as possible.
General English (Reading Comprehension, Verbal Reasoning, Verbal Ability)
Practice RCs as much as you can
Browse word meanings every day, maintain a notebook with words and their meanings
Synonyms and antonyms
Grammar - basic rules should suffice
Finding errors in sentences - apply grammar rules here
Quantitative, Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency
Basic arithmetic topics like time speed distance, time and work, mixtures and allegations, etc.
P&C and probability - a lot of people ignore this but try to cover enough to answer at least easy questions
Ratios and proportions - the basis of most topics
Percentages, profit and loss
Analytical and Logical Reasoning
Pattern recognition questions
Seating arrangement - linear and circular
Coding and decoding
Aside from this, a few tips from my experience-
Do not ignore vocab. Gather as many word meanings as possible and try to identify the etymology behind them. This will help you in remembering them and also identifying other similar words
Focus on reading speed. Try to judge which RCs or paragraphs have direct data-based questions. Solve them first.
DO NOT get stuck on one question. Speed is paramount in this exam.
Use your strengths - When making a strategy while doing mocks, try to judge what your strength is. Use it to your advantage and score maximum in that area.
Do not leave a topic altogether. Study enough to solve easy questions
Needless to say, pick questions wisely
The last mile is the most important phase of the preparation process. Give it your best and I am sure you will crack it.
All the best!
is ssbf pune is worth to join?
They have good overall ratings. They have good placement records but highly inconsistent, average placement record is around 60%. Highest package offered is 10lakhs per annum, lowest package offered and average package offered is around 5Lakhs per annum. Few companies turn up for placement Nomura, TATA capital, etc. They have good infrastructure and teaching faculties.
This is not the best option but still it isn't a bad choice either.
ALL THE BEST. Hope the answer was helpful.
what can be the cutoff of SNAP 2021 for Agribusiness management? for candidates having agricultural engg background.
Once the results are out the participating colleges will issue the SNAP cutoff list.The cut off will vary depending upon several factors such as no of candidates participating, no of seats, difficulty level, reservation criteria.The candidates belonging to lower category have lower cutoff. The expected cutoff for MBA Agribusiness in Symbiosis Institute of International Business (SIIB) is 93 percentile. The cutoff varies every year you can have a overall idea about the cutoff by going through the previous year trends.You can refer the following article for the previous year cutoffs, and other details etc
top agri business management colleges under snap exam?
Hello Student ,
As you have not specifically mentioned in which part of the country you are looking forward to getting into the agricultural business management , you have many choices all around the country.
Visit the link given below to find few top colleges:
Hope this helps
If I fill the registration form of SNAP and did not fill any separate program fees, then is my score of no use ...????
There are two key payment steps involved in the SNAP process. First you have to register yourself on the website - https://www.snaptest.org - before filling the applicant details and other required information, selecting the slot(s) and cities. Please note that this time SNAP gives you two cracks at the exam, i.e., out of the three provided dates (20 Dec, 6 Jan and 9 Jan), you can select up to a maximum of 2 dates and write SNAP up to two times, and the best out of your two performances will be considered. The last date for this step was 28 November. However, it has been extended till the midnight of 30 November. The fee for the same is Rs. 1750 for each attempt.
Once the SNAP registration is done, you will have to select from a list of Symbiosis colleges accepting SNAP score, and fill the individual colleges’ application forms. Each of these forms have a separate deadline attached to them, which vary from college to college. Once again, please refer to the above-mentioned website to check the deadlines. Most of forms would have a fee of Rs. 1000 attached to them.
Please go through the list of colleges, your potential SNAP score depending on your mock performance and your area of interest before filling the institute form, as these come at an extra cost.
Also, please note that if and only if you have paid for the institution form will you receive a call for the further rounds of selection process, provided you clear the institute’s SNAP cutoff.
Cheers and All the best!