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SNAP 2020 Institute Wise Expected Cutoff Percentile for MBA Admission

Yash Dhamija
Yash DhamijaPublished On: January 22, 2021 | SNAP

SNAP 2020 was conducted on Dec 20,  Jan 6 and Jan 9.  All the participating colleges of SNAP will release the SNAP cutoff 2020 after the result. Candidates can check the expected cutoff of SNAP here. 

SNAP 2020 Institute Wise Expected Cutoff Percentile for MBA Admission

SNAP 2020 was conducted on Dec 20, Jan 6 and Jan 9. The result of SNAP was declared on January 21, 2021, so candidates can expect the cutoff of SNAP to be released soon.

SNAP Cutoff is the minimum marks that the candidates must have scored in the SNAP exam to get selected for further admission rounds of SNAP. Only those candidates who have satisfied the minimum cutoff marks will be called for the GE, PI and WAT rounds. 

We have provided the expected cutoff of SNAP, factors which determine the cutoff, important dates of cutoff and other important details related to the SNAP 2020 cutoff in this article. Candidates who have appeared for the SNAP exam are advised to check this article to know the previous year and expected cutoff of SNAP 2020

Important Dates of SNAP Cutoff 2020

Check the table provided below to know the important dates for SNAP cutoff 2020

Events

Dates

SNAP 2020 Exam

December 20, 2020, January 6 and January 9, 2021

SNAP 2020 Result

January 21, 2021(Released)

Announcement of SNAP cutoff 2020

Third week of January 2021

Factors Determining Cutoff of SNAP 2020

Once the result of SNAP will be out, all the participating colleges of SNAP will release their respective cutoff. The cutoff of SNAP will depend on many factors such as the number of seats available for admission, the difficulty level of SNAP exam and reservation criteria. Candidates can check the infographic provided below to know all the factors that decide the cutoff of SNAP.

SNAP 2020 Institute Wise Expected Cutoff

Since the difficulty level of the SNAP 2020(Dec 20) was moderate, there might be a higher cutoff for SNAP. The table below shows the expected SNAP 2020 cutoff of all the participating colleges of SNAP. Candidates are advised to check the table provided below to get an idea about the final cutoff of SNAP 2020.

College

Expected Cutoff

SIBM, Pune

98.5

SCMHRD Pune

97

SIIB Pune

91

SIBM Bangalore

90

SIOM Nashik

85

SITM Pune

80

SICSR Pune

80

SIMC Pune

75

SSMC Bengaluru

75

SCIT Pune

75

SIMS Pune

75

SIBM Hyderabad

60

SIHS Pune

60

SSBF Pune

60

SSSS Pune

50

SNAP Cutoff 2019

Provided below is the SNAP 2020 cutoff of all the participating colleges of SNAP.

Institute

Cutoff

SIMS Pune

96

SIIB Pune

92

SSBF Pune

58

SCMHRD Pune

95

SICSR Pune

80

SIBM Bangalore

88

SIOM Nashik

85

SIBM Hyderabad

55

SIBM Pune

96

SIHS Pune

55

SITM Pune

81

SCIT Pune

74

SSSS Pune

50

SIMC Pune

70

SSMC Bengaluru

72

SNAP Selection Criteria and Admission Process 2020

Candidates who are shortlisted on the basis of SNAP scores will have to appear for the Group Exercise (GE), Written Ability Test (WAT) and Personal Interview (PI) round. The selection process of SNAP 2020 is likely to begin in the first week of February 2021. The schedule of the selection process of SNAP will be updated on the official website of SNAP. 

Group Exercise (GE)

In this round, the candidates are divided into groups and a topic will be given to all groups. They will be given 5-10 minutes to discuss the topic. After that, they will be asked to present their thoughts on the provided topic.

Personal Interview (PI)

Personal Interview is an individual exercise where the candidate will be asked about his academic achievements and future goals. The objective here is to test the communication, interpersonal and presentation skills of the candidates.

Written Ability Test (WAT)

This round is an essay writing round in which the candidate has to write a short essay on the given topic. This round is to judge the candidates’ knowledge, analytical and interpretive ability. 

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SNAP Merit List 2020

Once the selection process of SNAP is over, a merit list will be declared by the colleges that will have the name of the selected candidates. The merit list of SNAP will be prepared using the following parameters. 

Criteria

Marks

SNAP Score (out of 60, scaled down to 50 marks)

50

Personal Interaction(PI)

30

Group Exercise (GE)

10

Writing Ability Test (WAT)

10

Total

100

Candidates who get selected for MBA admission need to visit the college to submit the required documents and annual fee. Those who have any doubt regarding SNAP cutoff 2020 can ask questions on the Collegedekho QnA zone

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FAQs

When will the SNAP 2020 cutoff be released?

SNAP 2020 cutoff are expected to be released in the last week of January 2020

What is SNAP cutoff?

SNAP cutoff is the minimum score that the candidate must have scored in the exam to get admission in any participating college

What is the expected cut off percentile of SNAP for SCMHRD Pune?

The expected cut off percentile of SNAP for SCMHRD Pune is 97. The final cutoff of SNAP may vary depending upon the difficulty level of the SNAP exam

What factors are responsible for deciding the SNAP cutoff?

Some of the factors that are responsible for deciding the SNAP cutoff are seats availability, past years cut off trends, difficulty level of the exam and reservation criteria

Does the SNAP cutoff vary every year?

Yes, SNAP cutoff varies every year. Candidates can check the cutoff of SNAP from the official website of the selected college

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