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SNAP 2014 or the MBA entrance exam for the 13 B-schools of Symbiosis International University is being held on Sunday, December 21, 2014. The test is conducted across 30 cities in India. The 2 hours duration test is scheduled from 2 pm to 4 pm.
SNAP is a paper pencil based test consisting of 150 questions from 4 sections, Quantitative Ability, Analytical Reasoning – Logical Reasoning, General English and General Awareness. The questions are multiple choice and objective type.
The structure of the exam is given in the table below:
Marks Per Question
1 & 2 marks
Number of choices
Each section, except Analytical Reasoning consists of 40 questions. The Analytical Reasoning section has 30 questions. As far as marks per question is concerned, Quant, General English and General Awareness bears 1 mark per question and the Analytical Reasoning section has 2 marks per question making the total marks of the paper to be 150.
The test centers followed the given timeline which made the test procedure smooth. The test takers were seen to be trickling in the test centers from 12.30 pm onwards. As per the guidelines shared by the SNAP authorities, the reporting time for SNAP 2014 was 1 pm. The security guards checked the SNAP 2014 Admit Card and photo ID Card of the candidates at the gate before allowing entry inside the exam hall. The test procedure started from 1.30 pm. No candidates are allowed entry to the center beyond 2 pm.
The test ended at 4 pm and the test takers were seen to be coming out of the center after 4. According to the candidates, the exam was of easy to moderate difficulty level. The structure followed was similar to that of last year. The question paper was not allowed to carry out of the test center.
The result of SNAP 2014 will be declared on Saturday, January 10, 2015.
Stay tuned to bschool.careers360.com for more news and updates on SNAP 2014.
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No it is not mandatory to report at the exact time of reporting given in the admit card but remember that it is mandatory to reach at the test centre before the closing time of gate mentioned in the admit card.
But in my opinion you should reach at the the reporting time mentioned on the admit card because in online exams there is many verification process that you have to pass through and it will take more time and at the exam centre there is a huge crowd of candidate .
As The SCHMRD ( Symbiosis centre for Management and Human Resource Department) offers post graduate management programmes in nine streams.
According to the cut off for previous year batch i.e. for 2019 : the cut off to get a call from SCHMRD, pune was 80 percentile in SNAP exam for SC category.
SNAP is to conducted on 15th December this year. Considering you have around 10 days in hand, it totally depends on the time and hard work you are willing to put in the upcoming days.
SNAP has 3 sections-
• Quantitative Aptitude, Data Interpretation and Data Sufficiency
• Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension
• Logical Reasoning and Argument Reasoning
One important thing to note is that you do not have sectional cutoff or sectional timing. Hence you can try to focus on the sections you are stronger in, rather than learning new concepts.
You can start giving at least one mock test everyday and analyse it- which would take approximately 3 hours. You can additionally spend at least 3-4 hours to brush up the formulae, concepts, etc. Genuine hard work would surely help you ace your exam.
All the best for SNAP 2019.
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