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SNAP 2015 will be conducted on December 20, 2015 i.e. Sunday. SNAP Registration process has been started from August 24, 2015 and last date of filling the form is November 24, 2015. It means students have three months window to fill the form carefully. Payment of application fee can be done till November 27, 2015.
SNAP pattern is same like last year. There are not any changes in structure of test so far. But those who are appearing for the first time are advised to go though its pattern first and afterwards start their preparation accordingly.
Before understanding what to study, check the SNAP 2015 pattern below:-
It will be an objective type test. Mode of examination is offline i.e. it will be pen-paper based test. It will be of two hours which means 120 minutes are allotted to students to attempt four sections. There will be negative marking in test. Every wrong answer will result in deduction of 0.25% marks.
Test will be of 180 marks and 150 questions will be asked from Quantitative Aptitude and Data Interpretation, Analytical and Logical Reasoning, General English, General Awareness.
Check below weightage of each section-
There will be 40 questions from QA and DI. Section is quite scoring among other so, candidates are advised to practice it thoroughly. Getting most of the questions correct from this topic can actually increase overall score.
Following are the list of topics:-
There will be 30 questions from these sub topics
Ratios and proportion
Time , speed and distance
Profit and Loss
Work and time
Arithmetic and Geometric Progression
Pipes and cisterns
SI and CI
Permutation and Combination
Alligation and Mixture
Surds and Indices
20 questions will be framed from these sub topics- Table, Column Graphs, Bar Graphs, Line Charts, Pie Chart and Venn Diagrams
Number of questions in this section will also be 40. Candidates must have enough practice of this section because it results in maximum number of errors. Its reason can be attributed to the fact that options given in question have only minor differences which can lead to marking of wrong answers. Only way to avoid this, is to have clarity of concepts.
Following is the list of topics:-
Idioms and Phrases
One word substitution
This section is quite difficult among others as it requires analysis of data and also time consuming even though it has less number of questions i.e. 30. But it has maximum weightage i.e. 60 marks which means every correct answer can fetch you double marks as compared to other sections.
It will be from following topics:-
This section will have 40 questions. It will be related to national, international affairs in all aspects like science, business, politics, entertainment, sports, finance, international organizations, social issues etc.
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