SNAP Exam - Frequently Asked Questions and Answers

Last Updated on : 14/08/2019

The SNAP 2019 exam is scheduled to be conducted on 15th December 2019. Check out the frequently asked questions section below and if you have any queries find answers for them.

Question 1: When will the SNAP 2019 exam be held?

The exam has been scheduled to be held on December 15, 2019.

Question 2: When can I fill the SNAP application form 2019?

The Symbiosis International University will start the application process from 16th August 2019. You can log on to the official website and fill in the application form.

Question 3: What happens when an application form is submitted with wrong information? Can candidates get a chance to fix the error?

No, they don’t get a second chance. There is no special correction window for the SNAP 2019 exam. Applicants are advised to fill their Application form correctly. Mistakes in the application form will lead to rejection.

Question 4: What is the application fee amount for SNAP 2019?

To ensure that your application form is submitted successfully, you need to pay a registration fee of INR 1,750/-.

Question 5: What is the minimum academic qualification required to apply for the test?

A candidate should have passed graduation with a minimum percentage of 50% marks from a recognised university in any discipline.

Question 6: Are Foreign Nationals eligible for the test?

Yes, they are. International candidates can apply for the exam to pursue MBA in Symbiosis.

Question 7: When will admit card of SNAP test be available for students?

The SNAP admit card will be accessible from 2nd December 2019. Candidates are suggested to visit the official website to download the same.

Question 8: When should candidates expect the SNAP 2019 result?

It will be declared in the second week of January 2020.

Question 9: What is the admission procedure for the SNAP Exam?

To get into SNAP University, the first thing that an aspirant needs to do is to qualify the SNAP entrance test. After that, he will be called for to appear in the special exams conducted by the affiliated institutes and the colleges of the Symbiosis University. The Institutes usually conduct GE-PIWAT (Group Exercise, Personal interview and Written Ability Test). The final merit list is prepared on the basis of the scores obtained in the SNAP Exam and GE-PIWAT exam.

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