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SNAP Previous Papers Year Wise

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Exam Pattern

SNAP will be conducted in online mode. The exam organized moved the process of the exam as a pen-paper based exam to a computer-based test.


SNAP test will be online

SNAP Test duration is 120 minutes will be given to all applicants.

The exam will commence at 2 pm and will conclude at 4 pm of all exam centers of SNAP Entrance Exam.


SNAP Test is an objective test and each question has 4 responses. Candidate should choose an appropriate given.



Number of Questions

General English 40 40
Quantitative & Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency 40 40
General Awareness: General Knowledge, Current Affairs, Business Scenario 30 30
Analytical & Logical Reasoning 40 40
Total 150 150


General English

The General English section comprises 40 questions from reading comprehension, verbal reasoning, and verbal ability. To solve questions from verbal ability candidates must learn and revise paragraph formation, critical reasoning, grammar etc. Candidates must focus on building their vocabulary and need to master the concepts by through the solutions and closely observing how the answers have been arrived at. Questions in verbal ability are designed to assess how well a candidate can analyse written information, think constructively and reach accurate conclusions. To solve questions from reading comprehension candidates should read newspapers and magazines. Candidates can check below SNAP syllabus 2017 for General English.

Fill in the blanks


Jumbled paragraphs

Sentence completion

Verbal reasoning

Synonyms/ antonyms

Comprehension of passage

Sentence correction


Contextual usage

One-word substitution

Quantitative, Data Interpretation and Data Sufficiency

This section comprises 40 questions. This section tests a candidate’s knowledge of basic mathematical concepts. It also measures a candidate’s ability to draw a conclusion by analyzing the given data. To solve questions from this section candidates must learn and memorize formulas and theorems as well as practice questions from SNAP sample papers. The questions are asked on the following topics.


Ratio & proportion

Geometric & arithmetic progression

Linear equations





Venn diagram

Simple interest & compound interest


Number system


Heights & Distance

Analytical and Logical Reasoning

This is one of the most important sections of SNAP 2017. Analytical and Logical Reasoning comprises 40 questions. Questions are designed to test a candidate’s ability to interpret and analyses shapes, numbers and patterns. To solve questions easily in this section candidates must practice puzzles and crosswords. Questions in this section are based on the following topics.

Critical reasoning


Column graphs

Bar graphs

Line charts & pie charts

Matrix arrangements

Visual reasoning

Data Interpretation based on text, graphs, and tables

Symbol-based problems

Family tree – identifying relationship among group of people

Current Affairs

This section tests a candidate’s knowledge of the latest political and economic events. There will be 30 questions in Current Affairs section. Questions will be asked on the following topics.





World records






Indian constitution

Nation and states