SNAP Exam Pattern 2021 – Check Number of Questions, Marking Scheme, Duration Here

SNAP Exam Pattern 2021 – Symbiosis International (Deemed University) is all set to conduct the Symbiosis National Aptitude Computer Based Test i.e. SNAP Test for the candidates who are desirous for seeking admission in the MBA program offered by the institutes affiliated with the university.

According to the official information, SNAP 2021 is going to be held on 19th December 2021, 8th January 2022, and 16th January 2022. To qualify the exam, it is necessary for every candidate to have the right knowledge regarding the exam selection procedure, the syllabus and especially the exam pattern. The test comprises multiple-choice questions has sections on General English, Analytical & Logical Reasoning, Quantitative, Data Interpretation and Data Sufficiency. Check the detailed SNAP exam pattern 2021 given below.

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SNAP Exam Pattern 2021

This will be an online Computer Based test. According to the SNAP 2021 test structure given at the official website, there will be 60 multiple choice questions asked in the examination. Candidates will be given 60 minutes to complete the examination. Also, one mark will be allotted for every right answer.

In case any candidate gives the wrong answer then there will be a negative marking of 25% marks per question. In every question, the candidate will get 4 responses from which they have to choose an appropriate answer. The examination will not be bilingual in nature. Questions asked in the examination will be in English language only.

SectionQuestionsMarks for each questionTotal Marks
General English: Reading Comprehension, Verbal Reasoning, Verbal Ability15115
Analytical & Logical Reasoning25125
Quantitative, Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency20120
Total60 60

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Changes done in the SNAP Exam Pattern 2021: An Overview

Due to this COVID outbreak, following are the changes done in the SNAP exam pattern 2021:

ParticularsSNAP exam pattern in COVID times (in 2020)SNAP exam pattern in non-COVID times (before 2020)
Total Number Of Exam Slots31
Duration Of The Examination60 minutes (1 hour)120 minutes (2 hours)
Total Number Of Questions60110-115
Total Questions In General English1530
Total Questions In Quantitative2030
Total Questions In Analytical And Logical Reasoning2530
Current Affairs Related Questions20
Special QuestionNil5

In 2019, the exam was held only in one slot and this time 3 slots have been decided. Earlier the duration of the examination was two hours and now it has been reduced to 60 minutes. The number of questions asked in examinations has also been reduced by 60. There will be no questions asked in related to current affairs and no special question will be there.

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Things To Follow During Online Test:

To Do:

Before starting the test, accept all the terms and conditions.

Read all the instructions related to the questions and sections carefully.

Focus on each and every activity performed on the screen.

Take care of the timer.

Not To Do:

Trying any malpractice or suspicious activity, it can lead to your disqualification.

Changing the computer settings.

Sharing your internet with bandwidth.

Carrying any electronic devices.

Official Website: snaptest.org

Frequently Asked Questions on SNAP Exam Pattern 2021

How many questions will be asked in the examination?

There will be 60 questions in the examination.

How much marks will be allotted for each question?

For every right answer, one mark will be allotted

Is there any negative marking?

Yes, for every wrong answer, 1/4th marks will be deducted.

What is the mode of examination?

It will be a Computer Based Online Test. No Paper Pen will be involved.

What is considered as a good attempt in the examination?

Out of 60, doing 30 right is considered as a good attempt.

Is there any special question in exam?

As per the latest exam pattern, no special question will be asked.

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