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How was the SNAP 2013 exam conducted?

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Symbiosis International University (SIU), Pune, had conducted the Symbiosis National Aptitude Test (SNAP 2013) on 15th December 2013 in 30 cities across the country.

SNAP 2013 was conducted for admission to Postgraduate Management programmes of the university.

According to the students who had appeared for the SNAP 2013 exam, the test was moderately difficult.

The test was of 2 hours duration, with 150 questions with three sections. Each sections consisting of 40 questions and one section consisting of 30 questions.

The first section of SNAP was Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension. The question paper contained normal questions which did not have any curious questions.

How was the SNAP 2013 exam conducted?

According to the students, some idioms and words are unfamiliar. One or two questions were time consuming. This section was averagely difficult.

The second section was Logical Reasoning, with two marks allotted per question. This section had four questions on Data Interpretation and three questions on Set Theory, Analytical and Logical Ability section.

Overall this section was difficult.

The Quantitative Ability section was moderately easy. This section had questions on Time and Work, which was easy to answer. The majority of this section questions were not time consuming.

The General Awareness sections had questions on general topics like, Business, Sports, Politics, Science and Geography etc.

Only English and General Knowledge sections were tough and the rest of the sections were easy.

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