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SNAP Exam 2017 will be conducted on Dec 17, 2017. It is a gateway to some of the leading management institutes, SNAP 2016 is one of the most sought after and hence competitive management entrance exam. Exam will be conducted in pen and paper based format. The duration of paper will be 120 minutes divided among 4sections viz. Quantitative Aptitude, General English, Logical Reasoning & General Awareness.
With only three days left for the examination, it’s time to roll up your sleeves and revise at full throttle. Let’s have a look at the last minute prep tips for each section
Quantitative Aptitude is the mostimportant section to ace in SNAP Exam. Covering the arithmetic and quantitative topics of the syllabus, this section demands the candidates to be quick and accurate at the same time. Since there is negative marking of 25% in each question, candidates need to be sure of their answers while solving questions under this section. Follow this last minute prep tips for SNAP 2016.
Mock Tests help a lot, in ways you don’t understand. Making yourself sit for 120 minutes solving mock papers not just prepare you for the exams’ questions but also braces you up mentally.
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You must have by now prepared a collection of all the formulae that you could use in the exam. If not, do it right now. Preparing a handbook and looking it up regularly imprints the formulae into your brain and you would find it useful in remembering all the formulae.
Divide the topics/chapters into following sections
The division is supposed to help you understand the sections you’re good at and sections you’re not. It will be useful in choosing which questions to attempt and which to omit in the examination.
Don’t stress out during the examination. If you get stuck at a question, leave it move over to the next question. Give priority to topics you’re good at, followed by topics you are average at. Don’t attempt questions unless and until you are sure of your solution.
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