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Quick Guide to Changes in SNAP 2020 Exam

Quick Guide to Changes in SNAP 2020 Exam

SNAP 2020 exam dates are out. It will be conducted on three days – 20th December 2020 (Sunday), 6th January 2021 (Wednesday) and 9th January 2021 (Saturday).

With the current COVID-19 situation, major pattern changes have been introduced this year. The five main changes are:

  1. SNAP test will be conducted over three days.
  2. Candidates can appear up to two times for SNAP 2020 exam.
  3. The exam duration will be only one hour.
  4. There will be no special questions (TITA/Non-MCQs).
  5. The total questions have reduced from 110 to 60.
"Aspirants will have more flexibility as they can choose time and  date as it suits them safely. Logical reasoning has increased thrust ( 33%to 42%). Aspirants will have more time per question. Overall, SNAP  has been agile to understand the changed scenario and hence these changes should be welcomed by  aspirants"

- Prof. Dr. Vandana Sonwaney

Director, SIOM

SNAP test is your gateway to 15 Symbiosis institutes offering 24 MBA programmes. Here are the important changes you will see as part of SNAP 2020 Exam

SNAP Exam Details

SNAP 2020

SNAP 2019

SNAP Exam Date

Sunday, 20th December 2020

Wednesday, 6th January 2021

Saturday, 9th January 2021

Note: Candidates can appear for a maximum two SNAP 2020 tests.

Sunday, 15th December 2019

SNAP Exam Registration Starts

Thursday, 24th September 2020

Friday, 16th August 2019

SNAP Exam Registration Ends

Saturday, 28th November 2020

Saturday, 23rd November 2019

SNAP Exam Time

11 AM – 12 Noon

2 PM – 4 PM

SNAP Exam Duration

1 Hour or 60 Minutes

2 Hours or 120 Minutes

SNAP Exam Sections

3

3

SNAP Exam Section Details

  • General English (15)
  • Quant, DI & DS (25)
  • Analytical & Logical Reasoning (20)

Note: No Special Questions. There will be negative marking for all 60 questions.

General English (34)

Quant, DI & DS (35 + 5)

Analytical & Logical Reasoning (36)

Note: Only Quant section has Special Questions (Non-MCQs/TITA)

SNAP Total Number of Questions

60 (All MCQs)

110 (105 MCQs and 5 Non-MCQs)

SNAP Total Marks

60

150

SNAP Individual Question Breakup

There are no Special (TITA/Non-MCQs) Questions this year.

Only Quant Section has 5 Non-MCQs. Student will have to fill in the blanks using virtual keyboard

SNAP Exam Marking Scheme

Section

Correct Answer

Negative Marking

Section

Correct Answer

Negative Marking

English (MCQs)

+1

-0.25

English (MCQs)

+1.5

-0.375

LR (MCQs)

+1

-0.25

Quant (MCQs)

+1

-0.25

Quant, DI, DS

(MCQs)

+1

-0.25

Quant (Non MCQ)

+2

0.5

Total

60

LR

+1.5

-0.375

SNAP Sectional Jump

Allowed

Allowed

SNAP Exam Mode

Online (Computer-Based)

Online (Computer-Based)

SNAP TEST City (Exam Centres)

India - 94

India – 90

Choice of SNAP TEST City

 

Choose 3, any 1 will be allotted

Change Preferences for SNAP

  • Any changes in online registration for except name, date of birth, category, test city preferences and TEST DATE will be entertained ONLY up to the November 28, 2020.
  • After the payment is through, no change in name, date of birth, category, test city requests and TEST DATE will be entertained
  • Except name, date of birth, category & test city preferences, any other changes will be entertained ONLY up to the November 23, 2019.
  • After the payment is through, no change in name, date of birth, category & test city requests will be entertained

SNAP Admit Card

Live on snaptest.org starting Saturday, 5th December 2020

Live on snaptest.org starting 2nd December till 15th December 2019

SNAP Result Date

Friday, 22nd January 2021

Friday, 10th January 2020

SNAP Exam Fee

INR 1750

INR 1750

SNAP Exam Payment Mode

  • Billdesk Payment Gateway
  • Easebuzz Payment Gateway
  • Indian Bank Payment Gateway
  • Demand Draft.
  • Billdesk Payment Gateway
  • Easebuzz Payment Gateway
  • Indian Bank Payment Gateway
  • Demand Draft.

SNAP Eligibility

  • Graduate with minimum 50% marks (45% for SC/ST) in any discipline.
  • Foreign University Students need to get an equivalent certificate from AIU
  • Programmes which require specific discipline / subject specialisation need to be checked for eligibility as given by the respective Institute. Click here

Please note that the International students can apply under the following categories on scie.ac.in:

  1. Foreign National (FN)
  2. Person of Indian Origin (PIO)
  3. Overseas Citizen of India (OCI)
  4. Non-Resident Indian (NRI)

Click here to know more.

For any queries, the SNAP authorities can be contacted by the following means:

Symbiosis Test Secretariat

SYMBIOSIS INTERNATIONAL DEEMED UNIVERSITY

Address

Gram: Lavale, Tal: Mulshi, District: Pune - 412115

Phone

+91 20 28116226/27/+91 20 61936226/27

Whatsapp

+91 7709328908

Technical Queries:

+91 44 40492210/11/ +91 44 23742161

Email

info@snaptest.org

Stay tuned for all the latest updates for SNAP 2020 exam.