Nidhi Bahl Updated On: 16 Dec, 2018 23:30 IST
Candidates should know the detailed SNAP 2018 syllabus in order to crack the entrance exam. Every year, SNAP (Symbiosis National Aptitude Test (SNAP) is conducted by Symbiosis International University (SIU) for aspirants who wish to take admission in management courses (MBA) offered by the participating institutions of Symbiosis International University. For 2018, the SNAP exam dates are yet to be announced.
SNAP is a university level exam, which can be taken by all the MBA aspirants. Conducted in online mode in 102 cities across the country, the conducting body of SNAP has moved away from the conventional pen-paper based exam this year and adopted the online exam format. Based on the performance in SNAP 2018, candidates will be shortlisted for further rounds, which may include Group Discussion, Written Ability Test and Personal Interview.
In order to crack SNAP 2018, candidates must go through the syllabus of SNAP 2018. SNAP Syllabus 2018 will help the candidates know what topics must be studied to score well in the entrance exam.
General English section judges the overall English language skills and proficiency of the candidates, which includes English vocabulary, grammar, and comprehension. For this section, candidates must prepare the following listed topics for SNAP 2018:
Quantitative Data Interpretation and Data Sufficiency
This section measures candidates’ overall conceptual knowledge of Mathematics. It also tests candidates’ ability to draw inferences by analysing the provided data. Many questions asked from Quantitative, Data Interpretation and Data Sufficiency are from:
General Knowledge and Awareness
This section tests candidates’ overall knowledge and awareness about the latest news and events happening around the world. In this section, the questions are mostly based on:
Analytical and Logical Reasoning
Candidates’ problem-solving and analytical skills are tested in this particular section of the entrance exam. Majority of questions are asked on the following topics: