SNAP 2020 Examination Question Paper
Overview of SNAP Question Paper
|SNAP Question Paper Structure
|Number of sections
Quantitative, Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency
Analytical & Logical Reasoning
|Duration of exam
|Number of questions
|110 (105 Normal Questions, 5 Special Questions)
|Medium of paper
|Mode of examination
How would Solving the Previous Years’ SNAP Question Papers help me?
It is of immense help to increase your speed and accuracy besides boosting your confidence to meet the challenges in the test. You will be able to familiarize yourself with the question paper pattern.
Another advantage is that you could evaluate the level of preparation, identify the areas of strength and weaknesses.
It is possible that the questions of the previous year get repeated. In such cases, it will be advantageous if you had solved the questions during your practice sessions. You will also be able to strike the right balance between speed and accuracy through constant practice.
SNAP Question Paper FAQs
A: SNAP exam is conducted in English. The questions and other instructions will only be in the English language.
A: No, SNAP being an online exam, you will not be able to get a hard copy of the question paper.
A: SNAP question paper will be made available along with the answer key document, a few days after the test.
A: Yes, the SNAP mock test is the same as the SNAP test paper. It would enable candidates to familiarise themselves with the actual test.
A: On an average, you should attempt at least 25-30 SNAP mock tests to perform well in the exam.
A: The first section will be General English, the second section will be Analytical & Logical Reasoning and the third section will be Quantitative, Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency.
A: Looking at the previous years’ question paper, the Analytical & Logical Reasoning section was tougher than the other two sections.
A: Five Special Questions are expected in SNAP 2020 in Quantitative, Data Interpretation and Data Sufficiency sections.
A: SNAP exam answer key is released within a few days of the test.
A: Quantitative, Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency section has the maximum number of questions at 40.
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