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Eligibility Criteria for SNAP

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The SNAP 2014 is likely to be held on the second or third Saturday of December 2014. The registration process is likely to start from the first week of September, 2014.

Before you apply for SNAP, make sure that you meet the following criteria to be eligible to take up the SNAP test:

Also Read: What is Symbiosis National Aptitude Test (SNAP)?

The overall eligibility for SNAP 2014 is that the candidates should be graduates in any discipline from a recognised university. Candidates must have a minimum of 50% aggregate in their graduation. The minimum age of the candidates should be 21.

Eligibility Criteria for SNAP

Eligibility criteria for SNAP 2014:

  • The eligibility for SNAP 2014 will vary from the candidates belonging to the general candidates to the reserve candidates category.
  • For the candidates belonging to the General category, the candidates should have a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate.
  • The candidates belonging to reserved categories, such as Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST) and Other Backward Classes (OBC), should obtain at least 45% marks in the graduation aggregate to meet the SNAP 2014 eligibility.
  • Another criteria to take up SNAP 2014 is the age of candidates should be a minimum of 21 years of age.
  • The participating institutes in SNAP 2014, might also have separate eligibility criteria. Check the individual institutes criteria for this.
  • Candidates in final year of their graduation are also eligible to take up SNAP 2014. These candidates must make sure to submit the marks of the final year of graduation within the stipulated time by the Symbiosis International University or the participating B-schools.
  • The university holds all the rights to cancel an application in case it does not meet the eligibility criteria. Hence, make sure you are eligible before you apply.

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