Symbiosis National Aptitude Test (SNAP) 2019 exam was conducted on December 15 between 2 pm to 4 pm. Many candidates who have appeared for the computer-based written examination witnessed the lengthy questions in Data Interpretation (DI) and Data Sufficiency (DS). The English and Verbal Ability was easy compared to other sections. The overall SNAP 2019 question paper was moderate. Check the complete SNAP exam analysis 2019 below.
SNAP Exam Analysis 2019
|Section||Number of Questions||Level||Good Attempt|
|General English: Reading Comprehension, Verbal Reasoning, Verbal Ability||34||Easy||30|
|Quantitative, Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency||35||Difficult||28|
|Analytical & Logical Reasoning||36||Moderate||22|
The General English section had 34 questions. The section was dominated by the verbal ability questions. A total of 8 questions came from the reading comprehension and many questions were vocabulary based. The reading comprehension passages were easy.
Analytical and Logical Reasoning
A total of 26 questions out of 35 were standalone and rest were set-based. There were three questions from verbal reasoning. Around five questions were based on the concepts of mathematics.
Quantitative Aptitude, Data Interpretation and Data Sufficiency
The section was dominated by the 28 Quantitative Aptitude questions that include five special questions. A total of 12 questions were asked from Data Interpretation.
SNAP Expected Cut-off 2019
We expect that the SNAP 2019 exam cut-off score will be between 80 and 90. The shortlisting will be based on sectional and overall cut-offs. Aspirants who will not meet the sectional cut-off will not be shortlisted for further rounds.