SNAP Test 2020 Admit Card Live: The Symbiosis Test Secretariat has made Live SNAP Test 2020 Admit Card Link for the Candidates likely to appear therein. The Candidates set to appear in the SNAP Test - 2020 slated to be held on the 20th Date of December 2020 may download respective SNAP Test -2020 Admit Cards commencing on the 5th Date up to the 20th Date of December 2020 the SNAP Test 2020 Examination Date.
The Symbiosis Test Secretariat released Dates in respect of the SNAP-2020 Admit Cards Downloading as per the following Dates displayed through Dotted Lines. The SNAP Test 2020 Admit Cards may be downloaded with Click on SNAP Test Web Link.
SNAP Test 2020 befalls for conduct on the 20th December 2020 followed by 6th and 9th Dates of January 2021.
20th December 2020: Admit Card Live on the 5th shall remain available for download up to the 20th Date of the SNAP Test 2020
6th January 2021: Admit Card to be Live on the 21st December 2020 shall remain available for download up to the 5th of January 2021 the SNAP Test 2020
9th January 2021: Admit Card to be Live on the 24th December 2020 shall remain available for download up to the 9th of January 2021 the SNAP Test 2020
SNAP Test 2020: Symbiosis Test Secretariat would conduct the SNAP Test 2020 on 20th December 2020 as well as 6th Date of January 2021 followed by the 9th of January 2021. The SNAP Test-2020 (Written Ability Test) consists of 03 Test-Sections carrying 60 Marks to be followed by Group Examination - Personal Interview (GE-PIWAT) for Admission into 26 Master of Business Administration (MBA) Discipline.
The SNAP Test 2020 to be held on different Dates by Symbiosis Test Secretariat for Admission into MBA Courses consists of 03 Sections with 60 Objective-Type Multiple Choice Questions for 60 Marks.
Section - I: General English: Reading Comprehension, Verbal Reasoning and Verbal Ability: 15 Multiple Choice Questions for 15 Marks; Section - II: 25 Multiple Choice Questions for 25 Marks Analytical & Logical Reasoning; AND Section - III: Quantitative, Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency: 20 Multiple Choice Questions for 20 Marks.