How to ace the General English Section in SNAP

It is that time of year when the MBA fever grips the country. Candidates from all over the country apply to various entrance exams viz. CAT, XAT, SNAP etc.

Talking specifically of SNAP, it went online last year and apart from that, a major change has been made in the format this year. The questions have been reduced from 150 to 130 and a few non MCQs also have been incorporated.

So how does SNAP fare in comparison to CAT?

To start with, SNAP is considered to be relatively easier than CAT. The type of questions asked is also not wildly different. Preparation for CAT creates about 80% of the groundwork needed for SNAP.

Since Symbiosis National Aptitude Test(SNAP) has 130 questions which have to be solved in 120 minutes in comparison to CAT which has 100 questions which need to be solved in 360 minutes, SNAP aspirants need to be fast when solving questions while still maintaining accuracy.

Juhi Parwani from our current batch tells us how steady practice and good study material like that of HandakaFunda helped her sail smoothly through SNAP without any hassles. She gives insights into how to go about the General English section in SNAP-


Juhi Parwani