Symbiosis National Aptitude (SNAP)

Symbiosis National Aptitude (SNAP) Test is a common written test for admission to all Post-Graduate Institutes of Symbiosis International University (SIU).

SNAP - Symbiosis National Aptitude Test

Symbiosis National Aptitude (SNAP) Test is a common written test for admission to all Post-Graduate Institutes of Symbiosis International University (SIU). Only one registration process is conducted for all Master of Business Administration (MBA) programs offered by different institutes of Symbiosis International University (SIU).

SNAP Syllabus

Although SIU, the conducting body of SNAP, does not release any official syllabus, based on past years’ exam pattern and question types, the syllabus can be derived. Symbiosis National Aptitude Test or SNAP is an online test of 120 minutes duration carrying 150 multiple choice objective type questions from four sections.

SNAP Exam Pattern

The SNAP exam is conducted on the third Sunday of December. It is a computer-based test of 120 minutes duration carrying 150 objective type multiple choice questions. SNAP exam is divided into four sections - General Awareness, Analytical and Logical Reasoning, General English, Quant, Data Interpretation and Data Sufficiency.

SNAP Eligibility Criteria

SNAP is the national-level management entrance exam conducted by the Symbiosis International University for admission to its 15 institutes. You should have a Bachelor’s degree from a recognised university with at least 50 percent aggregate marks (45 per cent for SC/ST candidates).

SNAP Exam Analysis

SNAP 2017 for admission to various MBA programmes in Symbiosis University was conducted on December 17, 2017, at various examination centres across India. The question paper had four sections - General English, Current Affairs, Quantitative Ability and Analytical & Logical Reasoning with 40, 30, 40 and 40 questions in each section respectively. Candidates got 120 minutes to solve the questions.

SNAP Exam Centres

The SNAP test is conducted in 30 cities all over India. You can choose the city of your choice while registering for the test.

How to Apply for SNAP

The SNAP application process is completely online. You need to first register and after that, you can login to the official website to fill the application form. While filling up the application form, you can choose up to three exam cities as per your preference.

How to Prepare for SNAP

SNAP is the MBA entrance exam for the institutes under Symbiosis International University. If you are preparing for the exam, having prior insights on the exam pattern and analysis can give you a fair idea about the preparation techniques to apply.

SNAP Admit Card

Symbiosis International University releases the SNAP admit card for download that must be carried on the exam day as no candidate will be allowed to appear for the test without it. The exam will be conducted in online mode.

Symbiosis Institutes Under SNAP Test

Padma Bhushan Dr. S. B. Mujumdar established Symbiosis in 1971 on the principles of the Vedic thought of "Vasudhaiva Kuttumbakam" (world is one family). Symbiosis International University was given Deemed to be University status in 2002.

SNAP Result

Symbiosis International University declares the result of SNAP in online mode only. You can check section-wise, scaled scores secured in the SNAP. You can check your result cum scorecard by entering login credentials - SNAP user id and password.

SNAP Cutoff

The cutoff for SNAP is released by the SNAP participating institutes for admission to various management programmes. The cutoff is the minimum marks or percentile that a candidate has to secure in order to get shortlisted for the selection process.

SNAP Selection Procedure

The selection procedure of SNAP is a two-step process followed by the participating institutes after the exam is conducted. For the MBA aspirants, appearing for SNAP is the first step. Based on the performance, participating institutes will shortlist candidates. In the second step, shortlisted candidates have to appear for the Group Exercise (GE), Writing Ability Test (WAT) and Personal Interaction (PI) rounds.