Symbiosis National Aptitude Test (SNAP) is a national level common entrance test, conducted by the Symbiosis International University (Deemed) for the admissions to MBA/M.Sc (CA)/M.Sc (SS) programmes of the B-schools. SNAP is conducted once in a year and it is a computer based exam. The test is conducted in the second or third week of December every year.
The topics covered in the exam Symbiosis National Aptitude Test (SNAP) is divided into four sections and they are:
SNAP 2020 is a computer based objective test (only for Normal Questions), and each question has four options, from which the test taker has to choose one appropriate answer. The Special Questions in each section will have blanks where answers will have to entered by the candidate by using virtual keyboard.
In grammar, questions may arise from active and passive voice, tenses and parts of speech. The quantitative ability contains questions in the areas of arithmetics, algebra, geometry, mensuration, and trigonometry.
The section on data interpretation may have generic questions based on bar graphs, pie charts, and line graphs.
The section on analytical and logical reasoning may have questions from areas like coding-decoding, Venn diagrams, cubes, verbal analogy, double line distribution, blood relations and fact inference judgements.
Schedule the Topic
Make a list of the various topics you need to study for the week. Schedule topics accordingly and try to follow the time-table while you study. Make sure that you complete that topic for the day.
Focus on Fundamentals
The Quantitative Ability and Data Interpretation sections often carry simple questions but critical to solving. To tackle these, you need to start studying the basics.
Concentrate on Analytical, Logical Reasoning Section
This section provides you with an opportunity to score well. In order to be perfect in this section buy books that are available in the market and practice regularly.
Usage of new words and idioms in everyday conversation help you to build your vocabulary. Solve around 10-15 questions on correct-incorrect sentences every day. Read newspapers, magazines and follow grammar books to improve.
Read Newspapers for Current Updates
Reading newspapers not only help you with your vocabulary but will also give you an added advantage of preparing for the general awareness section.
Solve Mock Test
Take as many mock tests should be the thumb rule. Pick reference books to practice.