SIU will conduct SNAP 2023 test 1 on December 10. Here are some tips to crack the SNAP exam with the 99+ percentile.
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Team Careers360 | December 7, 2023 | 01:01 PM IST
NEW DELHI: With the SNAP exam 2023 just a few days away, an effective yet unique preparation strategy is needed at this time to get the best SNAP percentile. With a staggering 1.42 lakh MBA aspirants vying for 2500+ seats in Symbiosis colleges, the competition to get a 99+ SNAP percentile is more cutthroat than ever.
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The SNAP 2023 exam date is December 10. Almost 3 days are left for the SNAP 2023 exam. Hence it is assumed that candidates should cover most of the SNAP syllabus. In the last few days, aspirants should focus on revising the most important topics that have a high chance of appearing in the paper.
Cracking the SNAP test 2023 with the 99+ percentile requires relentless hard work, consistency and a firm desire to be a part of one of the SNAP exam colleges. Here are some tips to help SNAP 2023 aspirants excel in the SNAP MBA exam.
An analysis of previous years shows that a comparable number of questions are based on key concepts of the topics. Hence, it is advised that your basic concepts are clarified and properly understood along with their applications.
Many quantitative skills, data interpretation & analysis and logical reasoning questions require intensive calculations.
SNAP is an exam that tests your ability to crack questions based on algebraic and arithmetic topics like percentages, profit and loss, TSD, and logarithms. To crack this section you need to practice various questions thoroughly.
Compared to RCs, as evident from the inclusion of vocabulary-based questions like synonyms, antonyms, odd words, idioms and phrases, this section tests your vocabulary rather than your analytical skills. SNAP consists of 8-9 questions based on RCs.
General Knowledge and awareness has always been one of the most challenging topics and it is not limited to study. As SNAP tends to surprise students with its off-beat GK questions, it is better to be prepared with standard GK, topics like politics, business, economics, sports, awards and current affairs focusing on recent events.
SNAP has experimented more in these sections by including questions from various topics like Coding-Decoding, Venn Diagram, Cubes, Facts Judgment, Series, Blood Relations, Puzzles etc. It remains an important section as the weightage given to a question is twice the weightage of questions from other sections. (30Q - 60 Marks)
The most important aspect while attempting any section is to keep checking accuracy as a negative marking system (25% negative in SNAP) is in place. It is better to attempt questions that you are 100% sure about.
The aim here is to familiarize yourself with the pattern of the questions even though the chances of repeating the questions are almost nil. Solving previous years' SNAP papers will help you know the pattern (sections, time duration, difficulty level).
The best way to monitor your performance is to take SNAP mocks at regular intervals. This not only helps you track your progress but also improves your score as it allows you to work on your weak areas.
The key to success in all MBA entrance exams, especially the wise selection of SNAP questions & time management, undoubtedly applies here too, especially in Quantitative, DI & Analytical and Logical Reasoning sections.
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