SNAP 2018 Exam Analysis

16 Dec, 2018

SNAP 2018 Exam Analysis – The exam analysis of SNAP 2018 will be done once the examination gets concluded on 16th December 2018. The exam analysis is mainly done by the experts and other coaching institutes for the candidates to know the difficulty level of the exam, no. of questions asked in each section from which topic, etc. However, as the SNAP 2018 exam analysis is not released yet, candidates can get the information of the exam analysis based on the previous year. Now, as per the previous year, the overall test paper was difficult in level in which quant, verbal ability, logical reasoning, and current affairs had difficult questions. Apart from this, RC Passages were moderate in level but were time-consuming. Thus, the candidates who are about to appear in SNAP 2018 or will be appearing in the upcoming year must go through the article to have the information in a comprehensive manner. Also, stay tuned to our website to have the latest updates regarding the same.

Scholarship
Sections Special Questions Normal Questions No. of Questions Total Marks
Current Affairs 5 20 25 30
Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency, Quantitative Aptitude 5 30 35 40
General English 5 30 35 40
Analytical & Logical Reasoning 5 30 35 40
Total 20 110 130  

SNAP 2018 Exam Analysis- Section-wise

Candidates willing to appear in SNAP 2018 which is going to be conducted on 16th December 2018 by the conducting body i.e. Symbiosis International University (SIU) need to go through the following information which is provided for their benefits. Below-mentioned is the exam analysis of SNAP as per the previous year. Further, the exam analysis for SNAP 2018 will be done by the experts as well as private institutions such as CL, T.I.M.E etc. Hence, to know the comprehensive information, go through the following:

  • Current Affairs – The overall section and the questions asked were of moderate to difficult level. In this section, around 19-20 questions were based on Indian events and were related to Business, Sports, Awards, Governance etc. On the other hand, 10-12 questions were based on International events. Now, let’s go through the below-given table to have detailed information:

    Topics

    No. of Questions Asked

    Difficulty Level

    Science

    3-4

    Moderate –Difficult

    Awards

    2-3

    Moderate

    Sports

    4-5

    Moderate

    Government Schemes & Programs

    2-3

    Moderate

    Business, Economy Related

    6-7

    Difficult

    Who’s Who

    8-9

    Moderate to Difficult

    Others

    1-2

    Difficult

    • Quantitative Aptitude, Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency- The questions from Quant, DS, and DI were little bit tough. In the test paper of SNAP 2018, questions from DI and DS section were in a set whereas, questions from Quant section were asked separately. Quant had the questions based on Algebra, Arithmetic, Mensuration, Pure Math, Geometry etc. However, in 40 minutes of time duration, a candidate who had practiced well could have attempted 24 questions accurately. Further, let’s have a look at the table mentioned below:

    Topics

    No. of Questions Asked

    Difficulty Level

    Number System

    4-5

    Moderate

    Probability, Set Theory

    5-6

    Moderate-Difficult

    Algebra

    2-3

    Difficult

    Permutation & Combination

    2-3

    Moderate-Difficult

    Average, Time, Speed & Work, Profit & Loss

    6-8

    Moderate

    Series, Geometry

    7-8

    Moderate-Difficult

    Arithmetic

    7-8

    Moderate-Difficult

    Pie Chart & Line Chart

    7-8

    Moderate but time-taking

    • General English: Verbal Ability, Verbal Reasoning, and Reading Comprehension – Questions asked in this section were somewhat tough. Moreover, the RC Passages had the questions which were not too difficult. Candidates with good reading skills could have solved all the questions accurately within the allotted time. Fill in the Blanks based questions were of moderate to difficult level and this section comprised of the questions based on analogies, synonyms, antonyms, and Idioms and Phrases. However, the questions based on Para Jumbles were feasible for the candidates to solve. In this section, solving over 25-26 questions were considered as good attempt. Now, let’s check out the below-cited table for in-depth info:

    Topics

    No. of Questions Asked

    Difficulty Level

    Jumbled Paragraphs

    2-3

    Moderate

    Part of Speech, Analogy

    3-4

    Moderate to Difficulty

    Fill in the Blanks with appropriate words, Synonyms, Antonyms

    13-14

    Difficult

    Idioms, Phrases, Word Usage

    6-7

    Moderate

    2 RC passages with 6 questions each

    12

    Moderate

    Active-Passive Voice, Grammar Based Questions, Sentence Correction,

    3-4

    Moderate

    • Analytical and Logical Reasoning – The questions asked in section increased than last year whereas, the marks were reduced which became tough for the candidates. Most of the questions asked in Logical Reasoning were somewhat difficult and time-consuming. Furthermore, questions in this section were based on topics such as Coding-Decoding, Calendars, Clocks, and Blood-Relations. However, solving 15-20 questions in this section was considered a good attempt. Here, let’s have a glance at the table wherein the detailed information are furnished:

    Topics

    No. of Questions Asked

    Difficulty Level

    Blood Relations

    1-2

    Moderate

    Puzzles Based

    1-2

    Moderate

    Seating Arrangement

    2-3

    Moderate

    Critical Reasoning

    2-3

    Difficult

    Clocks & Calendars

    2-3

    Moderate

    Distribution Concept Based

    1-2

    Moderate

    Calculation Based Questions

    9-10

    Difficult

    Series

    8-9

    Moderate to Difficult

    Input-Output

    3-4

    Moderate

    Visual Reasoning

    4-5

    Difficult

    Others

    1-2

    Difficult

    Coding Based

    1-2

    Moderate

    SNAP 2017 Exam Analysis

    Candidates who will be appearing for SNAP 2018 must know the exam analysis of the previous year to know the difficulty level of exam, number of questions asked from each topic etc. Therefore, according to the previous year’s exam analysis, the quant section has the most difficult questions. Moreover, analytical and logical reasoning had the questions which were quite lengthy, and the questions asked in verbal ability and Current Affairs too had the difficult questions. Accordingly, the overall test paper of SNAP 2017 found to be lengthy and difficult in nature.

    Sections

    No. of Questions

    Mark Per Question

    Total Marks

    Current Affairs

    30

    1

    30

    Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency, Quantitative Aptitude

    40

    1

    40

    General English

    40

    1

    40

    Analytical & Logical Reasoning

    40

    1

    40

    Total

    150

     

    150

    SNAP 2018 Expected Cutoff

    The cutoff percentile will be released after the completion of SNAP 2018 exam by each participating institutes that accept the score of SNAP. However, based on the previous year, we have provided the expected cutoff for the candidates to remain familiar. Therefore, let’s check out the table as follows:

    Participating Institutes

    Expected SNAP 2018 Cutoff

    SIBM Bangalore

    53-55

    SIBM Pune

    66-68

    SIIB Pune

    53-55

    SCMHRD Pune

    53-55

    SNAP cutoff 2016 (SIBM Pune)

    SIBM Pune General SC ST DA KM
    Cutoff percentiles 98.0147 71.0776 35.0997 40.7579 88.6704

    The overall cut-off for SCMHRD was 97.1385 percentile.

    SNAP cutoff 2015 (SIBM Pune)

    SIBM Pune General SC ST DA KM
    Cutoff Percentiles 97.9031 70.8679 32.3682 34.0668 82.8182

    The overall cut-off for SCMHRD was 96.6206 percentile.

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