MBA entrance exams like most worthwhile things are judged by their difficulty level; the tougher the exam, the higher the quality of education offered by the said business school. This belief is actually a misconception and with the exception of CAT that gives you admission to IIMs, there are many MBA entrance exams that you can take, which will grant you admission to a high quality management experience.
SNAP (Symbiosis National Aptitude) test is a prime example of one such test. SNAP is to conducted on the December 2019 by the reputed Symbiosis International (Deemed University) for their MBA programme.
You can choose to enroll in an MBA from the fields of IT, Innovation, Computer Applications, Business Analytics, Data Management, International Business along with many more.
To be eligible for SNAP you need a minimum of 50% marks from your undergraduate course from a recognized/statutory University. Eligibility criteria for different colleges under SIU are set as per individual college requirements.
SNAP exam 2019 is an aptitude test devised to test you in four areas:
The test will be taken online in an objective format and spans over a duration of 2 hours.
The difficulty level of SNAP is moderate, so if you practice solving mock tests and previous years papers and get your time management right, clearing the test should be easy.
There are no sectional cut-off in this entrance for MBA. Cut-offs are different institute-wise and depending on the category you belong to i.e. Open, SC, ST, and Differently Abled.
Based on your SNAP scores, you will be shortlisted for group discussion and personal interview rounds.
Keep your eyes peeled to register for SNAP before November 2019. Be sure to visit snaptest.org for other information regarding SNAP.