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).

There is a single Personal Interaction and Writing Ability Test (PI-WAT) process for all educational programs held at the campuses of Bangalore, Pune and Noida.

Important Dates

SNAP TEST is conducted in the month of December.

  • Start of Registrations: 16 August, 2019

  • Last Date to Register: 23 November, 2019

  • Availability of Admit Card: 02 December, 2019

  • Test Date: 15 December, 2019

  • Declaration of Results: 10 January, 2020

Eligibility Criteria

A Bachelor’s degree in any discipline from a recognised college or university with at least 50 percent aggregate marks. Scheduled Caste or Scheduled Tribe category candidates should secure a minimum of 45 percent in their graduation from any recognised institute across disciplines.

Candidates who have obtained foreign degrees or qualifications should be verified from AIU before applying for admission to any programme under Symbiosis University.

The final year graduation students are also eligible to apply for SNAP exam. However, they must complete their bachelor's degree with the requisite aggregate percentage or equivalent CGPA during admission.

Exam Pattern

SNAP Test is an objective test with multiple-choice questions. Each question has 4 responses out of which one is correct. Every correct answer will be awarded 1 mark and wrong answer attracts 25% negative marks. The duration of the test is 120 minutes (2 hours).

# Sections Questions / Marks
1 General English: Reading Comprehension, Verbal Reasoning, Verbal Ability 40
2 Quantitative, Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency 40
3 Current Affairs 30
4 Analytical & Logical Reasoning 40
  Total 150

Duration of exam: 120 minutes

Negative marking: 25% of the marks allotted per question

Mode of examination: Online (Computer based test)

Final Selection Process

Merit list is based on the following parameters:

SNAP Score 50
Group Exercise (GE) 10
Personal Interaction (PI) 30
Writing Ability Test (WAT) 10
Total 100

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