The exam is going to be conducted on December 15, 2020, (Tentative) from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM. The SNAP 2020 paper will generally have 4 sections, which are General English, Quantitative & Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency, Analytical & Logical Reasoning, Current Affairs.
|Section||Normal Questions||Special Questions||Total Questions||Total Marks|
|General English: Reading Comprehension,
Verbal Reasoning, Verbal Ability
|Quantitative, Data Interpretation &
|Analytical & Logical Reasoning||30||5||35||40|
SNAP 2020 Test will be a computer-based test and the duration of the test is of 120 minutes. The test is an objective test, each question has 4 multiple choices (only for Normal Questions). A candidate has to select the correct one answer.
Normal Questions carry 1 mark for each question whereas Special Questions carry 2 marks for each question. For each incorrect answer, 0.25% of the negative mark will be deduced for Normal and Special Questions.
For all the special questions in each section will have blanks where answers will have to be entered by the candidate by using the virtual keyboard. For example, if the question is “What is the capital of Russia?” The candidate needs to enter the answer as Moscow by using the virtual keyboard.
SNAP 2020 Test will be conducted in 92 cities all over India. The candidates may choose three preferences of test cities in the following table:
Once the payment of SNAP Test 2020 has been completed there is no more option to change the test centre request.
The candidates who complete their SNAP 2020 payment process by October 22, 2020, will be intimated their allocated test centre via Email on or before November 23, 2020. The admit card will be available from December 02, 2020, till December 14, 2020.
Those candidates who complete their SNAP 2020 payment process from October 22, 2020, onwards (till the last date of Registration) will get to know their allotted test centre on the date of admit card generation (December 02, 2020).
Symbiosis Test Secretariat reserves the right to change or allot a centre other than the one requested by the candidates in the event of the requested centre not being available for any reason.