A Paradise for MBA Aspirants
Inform Others UrMBA Group Advertise Here

Contact Us



SNAP is conducted by Symbiosis. More details are available at www.snaptest.org.

SNAP : (18 Dec 2005.) There were 5 sections with 160 questions in total to be solved in 2 hours. There was negative marking of 25 % . You were suppose to mark the answers only with Ink, so it was not possible to change your answer once you have marked it, but you could mark more then one option to be awarded zero and avoid negative marking. All questions on DI, DS and reasoning were allocated 2 marks each and all questions on English, GK/ GA and QA were allocated 1 marks each. Each section had 40 marks allocated to it. 

SECTION 1 : DI and DS (20 Questions of 2 marks each) : There were 12 questions on DI and 8 questions on DS. DS questions were two statement based and three statement based. DI questions were based on pie chart, line graph and tables. 

SECTION 2 :Reasoning (20 Questions of 2 marks each) There were questions on Venn diagrams, family trees, puzzles, sequential input -output , coding-decoding .

SECTION 3 : English Usage ( 40 questions of 1 marks each): There were 2 passages one with 7 questions and the other one with 4 questions. (UrPercentile.com) Other questions were based on articles, odd man out, spelling correction, sentence correction, jumbled paragraph, antonyms and synonyms. 

SECTION 4 : QUANTITATIVE ( 40 questions of 1 marks each) . There were questions on Number system, mixtures, clocks, geometry, percentages, speed, probability, surds, averages, pipes, ratio, work, arithmetic and geometric series. 

SECTION 5: GK/GA : ( 40 questions of 1 marks each) : Questions were based on business and current affair. 

Nothing special about the test, just another test for MBA aspirants . The pattern and difficulty level was
  Syllabus for the Entrance Test
The exam pattern for different exams is different and may change without prior notice.
  Tips by IIMA Students
Online Interview of IIMA 2004-06 batch Students(Tips from students of IIMA) 

SNAP 2004 : 160 questions to be solved in 120 minutes. The test structure of the SNAP was :

25 question on English Comprehension and Verbal Reasoning

30 questions on Quantitative problems.

40 questions on Data Interpretation and Data Sufficiency.

25 questions on Business Awareness, G.K, Current Affairs .

40 questions on Analytical and Logical Reasoning

Negative marking of 1/4 for each wrong attempt. No sectional cut off.

The GK questions were based on subjects like Biology, Chemistry, Physics, History, Geography, Mathematics, Social Science, Economics, Books & Authors, Important quotations and Current Affairs.

A Paradise for MBA Aspirants