SNAP 2014 Result
Updated on Jan 17, 2015 - 11:35 a.m. IST by Urvashi Dalal
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SNAP 2014 Result- The Result of SNAP 2014 has been declared on Saturday, January 10, 2015. Candidates can check their scores by downloading the SNAP 2014 score card. The SNAP exam was conducted on December 21, 2014 by Symbiosis International University for selecting students for admissions into its management programme. 

 

Latest: SNAP 2015 Result will be available from January 11, 2016.


Click here to check your SNAP 2014 Result.

 

Steps to check SNAP 2014 Result

  • Enter your SNAP ID
  • Enter your password
  • Click on Login
  • Take print out of Score Card

The SNAP 2014 Result is in the form of sectional and overall scores and students with minimum admissible scores would be eligible for further rounds of admission procedure. After the declaration of result, short listed candidates have to appear in the Group Exercise, Personal Interview (PI) and Written Ability Test (WAT), which are likely to be scheduled in the month of February 2015. The institutes will declare their shortlists soon. There will be a common admission process for all 13 SNAP participating institutes.

 

The Exam Pattern of SNAP was paper pencil based which was conducted on Sunday, December 21, 2014. The SNAP Admit Card was available for students to download from Dec 6-21, 2014.

 

The score card would be required at the time of GE-PI-WAT round of selection.

 

The Important dates about the exam and results are mentioned in the table below,

SNAP Test 2014

Sunday, December 21, 2014

SNAP Test Result

January 10, 2015

Short listing of candidates for PI-WAT

January, 2015

Group Exercise, Personal Interaction and Writing Ability Test (GE-PI-WAT)

February 2015

Proposed date of Final Merit List for all Programs of Institutes

February 2015

 

 

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I am a CAT aspirant & have appeared for CAT, XAT,& SNAP & scored 90%ile. With acads 10th-7.4CGPA, 12th-82% & in graduation(2018)-64% with no work experience due to family problem. Would I able to secure a seat in good college? I have been shortlisted for TAPMI, FORE, IIMV for round one till now.

Manidipa Kundu Student Expert 17th Feb, 2020

hi,

its true that iims and some of other top ranked institute shortlisted candidates as per their academic record and  cat or any other management aptitude  test score. see right now which of institute name you have mentioned is also comes under tier 1 college. now you need to focus on your presentation skills, communication approach  to get shortlisted in final rounds. so keep calm and focus on your goal, I think you will surely crack it.

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I got a 99.88 percentile in SNAP 2019 but i believe i can convert IIM A/B/C. Will I have any disadvantage if i give a drop year to prepare for the same? I am a final year student.

Pranav Mishra 8th Feb, 2020

Hello Aspirant,

Symbiosis is also a great college for doing PGDM since it it a one of the tier 1 college but if you want to drop a year for converting IIM than you can do it but remember one thing you should also do something in that one year apart from preparing like any certificate course (Digital Marketing, Advance excel) or work in any social organisation like NGO which not only makes your profile stronger but also gives you an upper hand during the interviews when interviewer ask you about your year gap, So try to do any of these thing apart from preparing.

I hope the above information is beneficial for you.

All the best.

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Hi, I have 95.8 for SNAP. Will I get a call from SCMHRD for business analytics and how should I prepare for its computer exam.

Nihal Kumar Gupta Student Expert 14th Jan, 2020

Hi Vineet,

As you have secured a good percentile score in SNAP exam. As you have secured only 95.8 percentile in SNAP you would only get call from Symbiosis institutes. On the percentile secured by you, you have a chance to get good colleges. The colleges you get are:

SIIB Pune

SCMHRD Pune

SIBM Bangalore

SIOM Nashik

SICSR Pune

SCIT Pune

SIMS Pune

SSBF Pune

Symbiosis Institute of business, Hyderabad-- MBA Course

SIHS Pune --- MBA IN hospital management

SSSS Pune--- MBA in sports management

these are the colleges, from which you would get a call on the basis of your SNAP percentile.

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My SNAP score is 59.75 and Percentile is 74.62. What are my chances? I wish to get into SIIB Blore. Will I get in? Also, is the percentile too low according to the score this year?

SAKSHI KULSHRESHTHA 14th Jan, 2020

Aashvi, some colleges that accept a score of 74.62 percentile have been listed here:

  • SIMC Pune
  • SCIT Pune
  • SSMC Bangalore
  • SSBF Pune
  • SIHS Pune
  • SIBM Hyderabad
  • SIBM Nagpur
  • SSSS Pune

Also please note that you can get a call from any of these institutions only if you had applied for it during the registration period.

SIIB has its centre in Pune not in Bangalore. It requires at least 93 percentile to get a call from SIIB Pune. So I am sorry but you will not be able to get a call from them.

And regarding your percentile, it means that your performance was better than 74.62% of the candidates appearing in the exam. This year there was a drastic change in the score vs percentile data, as it depends on the difficulty level of the question paper and relative performance of the appearing candidates. So it is more accurate to judge your performance on the basis of the percentile, not the SNAP score. Although the percentile this year has decreased compared to previous years' percentile, for a given SNAP score.

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