The mock-test is scheduled to be held on September 27, 28 & 29 in online mode. Candidates are required to book their slots on the website September 27 onwards, at least an hour before the commencement of the exam.
Candidates will be using their SNAP ID and password, which they had used to register for the main SNAP 2023 test.
Key details about the exam
The SNAP Mock Test will be a multiple-choice question (MCQ) examination. For each question, there are four alternative responses given, and candidates are required to select the most appropriate one.
This test is divided into three sections:
- General English: Reading Comprehension, Verbal Reasoning, Verbal Ability – 15 questions
- Analytical & Logical Reasoning – 25 questions
- Quantitative, Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency – 20 questions
The total test duration is 60 minutes. Each question carries 1 mark. There is negative marking system in place: for every wrong answer, 0.25 marks will be deducted.
The marks achieved on the Mock Test are for reference only and will have no bearing on their actual SNAP 2023 score or on the subsequent admission process.
Checking mock results
Candidates can access the exam scores after completing the test by clicking the “END TEST” button, followed by the “VIEW RESULT” button.
For candidates who accidentally close the test window without clicking the “END TEST” button, their scores will be emailed within 48 hours of the exam.
Prizes for highest scorers
The SNAP authorities have also announced that the top 3 scorers in the mock test will be awarded Flipkart vouchers worth Rs. 1,000 each. And the next top 5 scorers will be given Flipkart vouchers worth Rs. 500 each.
What is the SNAP 2023 exam?
The Symbiosis National Aptitude Test (SNAP) is a national-level MBA entrance exam conducted by Symbiosis International University (deemed), Pune, for admissions into MBA programmes into its 15 institutes across India. This year, the exam is scheduled to take place on December 10,18 & 23, from 02 PM to 03 PM. A candidate can appear thrice in the exam, for which their highest score will be considered as final. This computer-based 1-hour test comes with 60 questions and is divided into three sections.