SNAP 2013 Exam Pattern
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SNAP 2013 Exam Pattern: SNAP 2013 which will be held in a paper pencil based format will be conducted on Sunday, December 15, 2013. The SNAP 2013 Exam Pattern is stable and does not undergo any major change every year.
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Let us have a look at the SNAP 2013 Exam Pattern in detail.
SNAP 2013 Sections
There are 4 sections in the SNAP paper which are General English, Quantitative & Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency, General Awareness: General Knowledge, Current Affairs, Business Scenario and Analytical & Logical Reasoning.
Number of Questions
The number of questions in the SNAP paper is 150. While the 3 sections, General English, Quantitative & Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency, General Awareness: General Knowledge, Current Affairs, Business Scenario have 40 questions each, the 4th section, Analytical & Logical Reasoning will have 30 questions.
SNAP 2013 Duration
The duration of the paper is 120 minutes or 2 hours. The sections are not time bound. Hence you have to allocate time in each section carefully so that you don’t run short of time at the end of the paper. You can also start or end the SNAP 2013 exam with any section of your choice.
SNAP 2013 Marking Scheme
The total marks of the SNAP 2013 exam is 180. The questions carry 1 and 2 marks. While the first 3 sections, General Knowledge, Current Affairs, Business Scenario carry 1 mark for each question, the last and the final section, Analytical & Logical Reasoning will have 2 marks per question.
Hence, the SNAP 2013 exam structure will be as follows:
Number of Questions
Quantitative & Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency
General Awareness: General Knowledge, Current Affairs, Business Scenario
Analytical & Logical Reasoning
There is negative marking of ¼ marks allotted.
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