The following blog covers changes in SNAP 2022
“A dream doesn’t become a reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination, and hard work.”– Colin Powell.
With thousands of young MBA aspirants gearing up for SNAP 2022, this quote becomes even more relevant today. While SNAP applicants should not be concerned about the number of students with which they will be competing, it is essential that they concentrate on their performance, try their hardest, and then anticipate a good result. As there is still some time left before the start of the SNAP examination, one must brush up on their fundamentals and try to solve as many questions as possible. It is highly suggested to take a large number of online mock tests and analyze their solutions, which will assist in overcoming mistakes and devising a strategy to tackle the final paper.
It will also help them identify their strengths and weaknesses, allowing them to answer the more straightforward questions first, reducing the likelihood of making an error or missing an easy question. Students will also have sufficient time to answer the medium-level questions, increasing their overall speed and accuracy. The exam conducting body affiliated with Symbiosis International (Deemed) University lays out the SNAP format (SIU). According to the SNAP 2022 announcement, the exam format has not changed. General English (GE) – 15 questions, Quantitative Aptitude, Data Interpretation and Data Sufficiency (QA, DI-DS) – 20 questions, and Analytical & Logical Reasoning (A-LR) – 25 questions, will comprise the three areas of the SNAP 2022 examination’s question paper. The dates for the SNAP examination are 10th, 18th , and 23rd December 2022, from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm. Like last year, each correct answer will score one mark, and each wrong answer will attract 0.25 negative marks.
A significant change in the SNAP 2022 examination is that a candidate may appear for all three attempts of the SNAP examination. If a candidate takes more than one test, only the highest result will be considered for the final percentile computation. A statistically tested rigorous process is used to ensure that unique questions are framed under a single topic across all examination papers. This ensures that candidates who select a specific test or numerous tests do not have an undue advantage and normalize the distribution of questions across sections. In addition, the complexity of the question papers will be standardized across the three sets. This change will undoubtedly help students increase their marks and percentile by giving them more attempts and the opportunity to score well. Bearing all this in mind, we wish all the SNAP aspirants the best in their journey to achieve and progress.