SNAP 2017 to be conducted on December 17 in computer based mode; Application begins from August 10

SNAP 2017 to be conducted on December 17 in computer based modeSNAP 2017 has been announced by Symbiosis International University on August 10 with major changes. The test will be conducted in a computer based mode for the first time. The test pattern, however, remains same, SNAP officials said. The application process for the test has started from August 10, 2017. The last date of application and fee payment is November 24, 2017. The computer based SNAP will be conducted on Sunday, December 17, 2017, from 2 PM to 4 PM. SNAP officials are in talks with various online testing agencies for conducting the exam in computer based mode. “We are in talks with various online testing agencies to finalise the testing partner for the first ever computer based SNAP,” mentioned a SNAP official. With the change in the testing mode,  the number of test cities has also been increased from 32 to 102.

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Symbiosis National Aptitude Test (SNAP) is a national level MBA entrance exam conducted by Symbiosis International University, Pune for admission to 15 SNAP participating institutes affiliated by the University.

 

SNAP 2017: Know Key Changes

 

SNAP 2017 has undergone changes compared to last year in terms of test mode, application fee, selection of test cities and number of test cities. Take a look at the changes below.

 

SNAP 2017 Vs SNAP 2016

Particulars

SNAP 2017

SNAP 2016

Mode of test

Computer based

Paper pencil based

Application fee

Rs. 1750

Rs. 1500

Application fee payment through cash

Not applicable

Applicable

Separate programme fee

Not applicable

Applicable

Selection of cities during application process

Three

One

Number of test cities

102

32

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SNAP 2017 Important Dates

Events

Important Dates

SNAP 2017 application start date

August 10, 2017

Last date of application and fee payment

November 24, 2017

Release of Admit Card

December 1, 2017

SNAP 2017 exam

December 17, 2017, from 2 PM to 4 PM

Declaration of result

December 28, 2017

SNAP 2017 Exam Pattern

 

Although the mode of test has been switched to online mode, the SNAP exam pattern will remain same as last year. The duration of the exam is two hours. Total number of questions is 150. The questions are multiple choice objective type carrying four options. Each question carries one mark and there is negative marking of 25 per cent allotted marks for each wrong answer. The table below brings to you the paper structure.

 

SNAP Test Structure

Sections

Number of Questions

Total Marks

General English: Reading Comprehension, Verbal Reasoning, Verbal Ability

40

40

Quantitative, Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency

40

40

Current Affairs

30

30

Analytical & Logical Reasoning

40

40

Total

150

150

Application Process

 

The application fee has increased from Rs. 1500 to Rs. 1750. The registration and application procedure is completely online. Application fee can be paid in either through Net Banking, Credit/Debit Card or through Demand Draft.

 

This year, applicants can select three cities instead of one in order of preference. According to SIU, request to change test cities will not be accepted once candidates have paid the application fee. The SNAP exam centre details will be mentioned on the Admit Card.

 

Applicants have to upload scanned passport size photograph not older than three months. The information filled on the SNAP 2017 application form must be accurate as there would be no scope to update the information once the application process is completed.

 

SNAP Eligibility Criteria

 

The eligibility criteria for SNAP 2017 is stated as below:

  • Candidate should have a Bachelor’s degree from a recognised institute/ university with at least 50 per cent aggregate marks.

  • Candidate belonging to SC/ ST category should have a minimum of 45 per cent aggregate marks at the graduation level.

  • All foreign degrees/ qualifications should be verified from AIU by the candidate before seeking admission to any programme of SIU.

  • Final year graduation students are also eligible to apply for SNAP 2017. However, they must complete their degree with requisite aggregate percentage or equivalent CGPA at the time of admission.

After the result of SNAP 2017, candidates will be shortlisted by the participating institutes on the basis of SNAP cutoff and conduct selection procedure of SNAP. The selection rounds comprise of Group Exercise, Writing Ability Test and Personal Interview rounds.

 

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