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.

If you are able to clear the cutoff of a particular SNAP participating Institute, then you will be shortlisted to appear for Group Exercise (GE), Writing Ability Test (WAT) and Personal Interaction (PI) rounds. The final merit list is generated based on overall performance in SNAP and the selection rounds.

SNAP selection procedure includes two steps. Candidates scoring the minimum SNAP cutoff will be eligible for the selection process.

  1. You need to appear for SNAP.
  2. You need to appear for Group Exercise (GE), Writing Ability Test (WAT) and Personal Interaction (PI) rounds.

The final merit list is prepared on the basis of below-mentioned weightage.

Parameters Weightage
SNAP Score (scaled to 50 marks) 50
GE 10
PI 30
WAT 10
Total 100

Some of the institutes may also consider candidates’ profile which includes past academic records and work experience apart from the above two factors. The weightage for each factor may vary from institute to institute.