SNAP Preparation Tips 2017

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SNAP Preparation Tips 2017SNAP Preparation Tips 2017 – The entrance test of SNAP is scheduled to be conducted on December 17, 2017 for admission to MBA offered by the institutes of Symbiosis International University. With just few days left for the exam, candidates have to focus on revision. Here are few SNAP preparation tips that will not guide aspirants but will also help them to manage these few days effectively for preparation. The paper will contain questions from General English: Reading Comprehension, Verbal Reasoning, Verbal Ability, Quantitative, Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency, Current Affairs and Analytical & Logical Reasoning. Candidates can read below for more details on SNAP Preparation Tips.

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SNAP 2017 Preparation Tips: Know the Exam Pattern

Let’s have a look at SNAP exam pattern before proceeding towards the preparation tips.

  • Questions in the test will be asked from four sections.

  • There will be 150 objective type questions.

  • The total marks of the exam is 150.

  • For wrong answer, 25 % marks will be deducted.

SNAP Preparation Tips – Section-Wise

The section-wise SNAP preparation tips are given below.

General English: This section comprises questions based on synonyms, antonyms, jumbled paragraphs, one word substitution, sentence correction etc. To solve these questions, candidates should strengthen their vocabulary. Here are some useful preparation tips for SNAP 2017 English Section.

  • Candidates can improve their vocabulary by learning new words every day.

  • Read the editorial section of the newspapers and magazines. Also read novels and other books.

  • Memorize idioms and idiomatic expressions.

  • Practice grammar

Quantitative Section: This section includes questions from basic mathematics that they have studied in their class 10, 12 and graduation. Questions are asked from average, percentages, interest and profit & loss, probability, algebra, permutations & combinations, mensuration etc. Here are few tips for this section.

  • Thorough Learning of formula.

  • Clarity of concepts

  • Proper knowledge of basic mathematics from Class VI to XII

  • Practice model papers and previous year question papers.

  • Learn the shortcuts

Analytical & Logical Reasoning: Questions in this sections are based on line charts, column graphs, matrix arrangements, visual reasoning and syllogisms. Candidates might find this section to be tough however with proper preparation strategy they can secure good marks. Candidates can check below the preparation tips for this section.

  • Candidates should clear their concepts.

  • Enhance Reasoning Ability and mental strength to master the Analytical and Logical Reasoning section.

  • Practice SNAP sample papers and previous year question papers.

  • Solve crossword and suduko

Current Affairs: Here are some SNAP preparation tips for current affairs section.

  • Current affairs related to national and international issues of last 6 months

  • Important Government Schemes

  • Read general knowledge books and magazines such as Manorama and Pratiyogita Darpan

  • Important dates

  • Read newspapers

SNAP Preparation Tips 2017 – General Tips and Tricks

Some general tips and tricks related to SNAP preparation tips are explained below.

Time-Management: Time management is very crucial step towards preparation strategy. Candidates should manage time according to the difficulty level of sections.

Clarity of concepts: Candidates should focus on conceptual clarity. If the concept is not clear, it will be difficult to solve the questions.

Speed: Candidates should attempt the questions within stipulated time frame for good score. They should develop conceptual knowledge, try to learn the shortcuts and tricks to solve questions in less time.

Mock test: After understanding the concepts and methods, candidates should focus on attempting the mock test as it will help them to understand the overall structure of exam. This will boost confidence of candidates.

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