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SNAP Question Paper 2018, Sample Papers and Exam Pattern

Updated On - September 3rd 2018 by SOUMYA SEHGAL

SNAP Practice Papers 2018: With SNAP Test 2018 scheduled for December 16, we are sure your preparations must be in full gear. The best way to boost your preparation is with practising previous year question papers of SNAP Exam. As per experts, solving these sample papers after completing SNAP Syllabus, will bring-in better accuracy and efficiency. 

Management aspirants are notified that the last date to apply online for SNAP 2018 is November 26. Visit the official website i.e. and register for exam with the institute’s program you are interested in. Also, it is suggested to fill in the form as soon as possible as the exam center will be allocated on first cum first serve basis. 

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Some of the other helpful benefits of SNAP Question Papers include:

  1. Better understanding of SNAP Exam Pattern and overall structure of the paper
  2. Analysing the trends over the years
  3. Anticipating the most probable/ frequent questions 
  4. Better management of time and speed
  5. Great tool to measure your preparation level

SNAP 2018 Mock Paper

For the ease of the examinees, we have released SNAP Mock Test 2018. The questions it includes give a fair idea of what can be expected in SNAP Exam. There are 4 sections in the exam viz. Quantitative Ability, Logical Reasoning, Verbal Ability and General Awareness.

Practising SNAP 2018 Model Paper, along with the sample papers, will help you enhance your preparation strategy. The total duration of the exam is 2 hours. Click the below link to download SNAP Mock Paper 2018.

How to Download SNAP Question Papers?

The steps to download SNAP previous year question papers online are given below.

Step 1: Click any of the practice papers given below

Step 2: In a new page, SNAP previous year question papers will open in a PDF file

Step 3: Download the question papers and save the file in the computer

Step 4: Practice all the sample papers well to score better

SNAP Exam Pattern

For all those preparing for SNAP 2018, it is essential to be thorough with the pattern and syllabus. A better preparation definitely yields a better result. Given below are key highlights of SNAP Exam Pattern for your reference. 

SNAP 2018 Exam DateDecember 16, 2018
Number of Questions130
Nature of QuestionsMCQs and Fill in the Blanks
Duration of SNAP120 minutes
SectionsGeneral English, Quantitative Data, Interpretation & Data Sufficiency, General Awareness and Analytical & Logical Reasoning
SNAP Marking Scheme

Correct Answer: +1 mark and + 2 marks

Incorrect Answer: -0.25 marks

Read Detailed SNAP Exam Pattern

SNAP Sectional Pattern (Updated)

Given below is the section-wise break-up of questions in SNAP Exam:

General English3540
Quantitative Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency3540
General Awareness2530
Analytical & Logical Reasoning3540

Read  Best SNAP Coaching Centers to Boost your SNAP Preparation

Given below are the links to previous year SNAP question papers and sample papers. You can download them for free. In case of any query, ask them in the comments below.


Practice Papers

SNAP 2009 Ques Paper and AnsKey.pdf

SNAP 2010 Quest Paper and AnsKey.pdf

SNAP 2011 Ques Paper and AnsKey.pdf

SNAP 2008 Ques Paper and AnsKey.pdf

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1 Comment

whats the recent cutoffs of snap ??

26 Aug, 2018 00:20
Ritika Sharma

Hi Utkasrh, to get details regarding SNAP cutoff please check the link:- Snap Cutoff.

27 Aug, 2018 11:43

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