Aug 24, 2015

SNAP 2015 Registration starts today!!!

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SNAP 2015 Registration starts today!!!

the registrations for symbiosis national aptitude test (snap) will start from august 24. snap 2015 is to be led by the symbiosis international university (stu) on december 20. the results for the same will be announced on january 11, 2016.

the aspirants who wish to apply for snap must have done their graduation in any discipline with minimum 50 per cent from a renowned university or institute. the selection will be done on the basis of the written test and interview.

the test will involve of following four sections:
general english
quantitative, data interpretation & data sufficiency
general awareness
analytical & logical reasoning

the test will be of 150 questions with a duration of two hours.

how to apply:
in order to apply online, the aspirants must follow the steps stated below:

  • go to the official website, the link for which is  www.snaptest.org
  • enter the required details and upload latest scanned photograph

submit the same. the snap id will be generated on the screen. the aspirants must take a printout for future reference.

important dates:
registration starts: august 24
last date to apply:  november 24
date of exam: december 20
declaration of result: january 11, 2016

about snap 2015:
symbiosis national aptitude (snap) is a common written test for the admission to all the post-graduate institutes of symbiosis international (deemed) university.

read more on: www.jeduka.com

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