About SNAP Examination


Introduction/Test format/Eligility Criteria

SNAP is short for Symbiosis National Aptitude test. Scores of SNAP is essential for admission into the postgraduate institutes of the Symbiosis International University. Short listed candidates will then have to clear the individual selection process of the Symbiosis Institute from where they desire to undertake their higher education. This test is held under the guidance of SIEC Deemed University.

Test Format

SNAP Test consists of 150 objective type questions. Every question lists 4 responses out of which you have to select the right answer. For every wrong answer, 25% marks will be deducted. The duration of SNAP Test is 120 minutes.

SNAP Test consists of 4 sections which are explained in the table given below-

Section No of Questions Total Marks
Analytical and Logical Reasoning      30 60
Quantitative, Data Interpretation and Data Sufficiency      40 40
General Awareness: General Knowledge, Current Affairs, Business Scenario      40 40
General English: Reading Comprehension, Verbal Reasoning, Verbal Ability  
     40 40
Total    150 180
SNAP Test Eligibility Criteria

You should be a graduate from a recognised university with a minimum score of 50%. For candidates belonging to SC/ST category a score of 45% in graduation is essential to apply for the SNAP test.
SNAP Test Registration Procedure

  • You can register online at www.snaptest.org. You can generate your ID card through this by selecting the payment option and submitting the application fees of Rs. 800
  • The registration process generally takes place in the month of April

SNAP Test Mode Of Payment

  • Cash
  • Demand Draft
  • Online Payment through Credit Card

Please note - Application fees is non-refundable. Currently, the application fees is Rs. 800 (subject to change).

Click here to see the SNAP test structure: http://www.snaptest.org/snap_test_structure.html

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