Symbiosis International University will issue SNAP Admit Card 2017 on 1st December. Candidates can download hall ticket from www.snaptest.org. You need to log in with your SNAP ID and password to view SNAP Test Admit card.
Symbiosis International University conducts the online test for candidates to join MBA / MSc (CA) / MSc (SS) programmes offered by institutes.
SNAP 2017 Test will be conducted in 102 cities all over India. A candidate may choose three preferences of test cities of the following for SNAP ONLINE 2017 Test. The Test Centre and its address will be printed on the Admit Card.
SNAP Admit Card 2017
SNAP admit card will be online from December 1. You can download it from official website i.e. snaptest.org
As per the official notification, candidates need to reach test centre by 12:00 PM with admit card and ID proof. Digital fingerprint scan and biometrics will be captured. After 2:10 PM no candidates will be allowed to enter the examination hall. Mobile phones, calculators, watch calculators, alarm clocks or any electronic gadgets are not be allowed in the examination hall. Candidates will not be allowed to leave the hall till 02:45 PM
- SNAP Test is multiple choice test. Candidate should choose an appropriate response.
- Each wrong answer attracts 25% negative marks.
Important Instruction regarding Admit Card: SNAP Test admit card can be printed from the official website. After you get your SNAP admit card, candidates need to paste passport size, colour photograph. (less than 3 months old).
Admit card is valid only with one photo identity proof. An acceptable photo identity is any one of the following,
- Driving license.
- Voter ID Card.
- Pan Card
- AADHAR Card (UID)
||December 01, 2017 Friday to December 17, 2017, Sunday
|SNAP Online Test 2017
||December 17, 2017, Sunday
Time: 14.00 hrs. to 16.00 hrs
|Announcement of Result
||December 28, 2017, Thursday
SNAP Test Structure 2017
||# of Questions
|General English: Reading Comprehension, Verbal Reasoning, Verbal Ability
|Quantitative, Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency
|Analytical & Logical Reasoning