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The pattern and difficulty level was as expected . There were 165 questions in total to be solved in 120 minutes.
REASONING : This section was allocated the maximum marks in the paper, 35 questions in all with 70 marks allocated out of 200 marks. Most of the questions were of moderate difficulty level but were time consuming. The questions were based on Coding-decoding, visual reasoning ( as in bank P.O exams) , number puzzles, arrangements, Input- Output, Syllogism etc. A good score in this section was 45 + in 35 minutes.
GENERAL KNOWLEDGE : There were 40 questions in this section with one marks for each correct answer. Most of the questions were based on current affairs and few questions were there on Static GK. No special preparation was required for this section , one who has habit of reading newspapers would have performed well. Question were on following topics : Sports, economics, business news, Science, Taxation, International bodies like UN, Awards, business personalities, brands, geography etc. Most of these questions were based on events that have occurred in past few months. A good score would be 24 marks in 15 minutes.
QA and DI : This section was of 50 marks . Morse emphasis was given on QA section. In QA section questions were based on Number system, Geometry, Shapes and figures, Mixture, Time and work, Speed and distance, Cistern, clocks, Series, Profit and loss, Interest, Permutation and Combinations, Sets etc. The Data interpretations questions were based on Tables, Pie chart and graphs, There was one set of question on Data sufficiency also. Most of the questions were easy or moderate difficulty level. A score of 25 in 35 minutes is a good score.
VERBAL : In total there were 40 marks allocated for this section out of which 40 % marks were on based on RC. There were 4 passages one each on History, Science , Economic and Sports. The passages were of 500 words length each and were easy to comprehend. The remaining questions were on Vocabulary , jumbled sentences, grammar, spellings, Antonyms, synonyms, Analogies etc. A good score would be 25 + marks in less than 35 minutes.
EXPECTED CUT OFF FOR THE SNAP ACCEPTING INSTITUTES BY URPERCENTILE.COM :
(We expect less number of students interested in joining SNAP affiliated institutes this year, so the cut off is likely to go down. Most likely, students getting score of 115 or more in SNAP 2006 will not be interested in joining SNAP affiliated institutes as with same level of performance at CAT , XAT , JMET they are likely to get calls from better institutes ) . We expect there to be more than one cut off list , the first list will be of higher cut off , the cut off mentioned below is the last cut off list)
SIBM ( MBA Dual and MBA Marcom) : A score of 88 will likely take you to the GD/PI level. If you have good work experience you can expect call at 79 also.
SCMHRD : Expected cut off is 78 marks. If you have a good work experience you can expect call at 65 also.
SIIB : ( MPIB) Expected cut off 73 marks. If you have relevant work experience and education background 60 also should be good enough.
SITM : Expected cut off is 69 marks. If you have relevant work experience and education background 55 also should be good enough.
SCIT ( ITBM course) : Expected cut off is 65 marks . . If you have relevant work experience and education background 50 also should be good enough.
For all other SNAP accepting institutes and courses if you a score of 50, it will be good enough. If you have relevant work experience and education background you may expect call even if you have not performed well in written exam.
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