Who wish to take admission with Symbiosis International University and its 15 other institutes will have to take Symbiosis National Aptitude Test which is usually conducted in middle of December.

Candidates who aspire for SNAP may note that notification to this effect is likely to be out by end of July and registrations will continue till September or so this year.

SNAP is mandatory for 15 institutes under Symbiosis International University and this test is for 120 minutes, being objective test each question will have 4 options and candidate can gave correct answer but any wrong answer will attract 25% negative marking which is very crucial and makes SNAP very tough & competitive.

SNAP is likely to be conducted in middle of December 2017 in approximately 30 cities. If you hold Bachelors degree with 50% marks then you are eligible for SNAP.

Out of 15 institutes under Symbiosis umbrella there is an exception for the intake at Symbiosis Institute of Management Studies (SIMS) i.e. there is a reservation for 80% of the candidates who are the wards of Defence Personal and 10% seats are reserved for the wards of Defence Personal who have been killed in War etc. or having disability because of War. But 10% seats are available for General candidates. Important point over here is that entire reservation is subject to the merit.

Nature of SNAP exam is that it will have 150 questions overall with 40 questions allotted each for Analytical and Logical Reasoning, Quantitative, Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency, Reading Comprehension, Verbal Reasoning / Verbal Ability respectively and 30 questions for Current Affairs. In current affairs questions will be asked latest of two years only. Except in Current Affairs which will have allotted 30 marks, all other three sections will have 40 marks. In all sections 25% of negative marking will be applicable.

Candidates who are aspiring for SNAP 2017 may immediately get on to preparation as it is the high time to get on to practice as per syllabus as this would achieve you mission SNAP 2017.