Overall, SNAP 2018 was easier as compared to the last two years.
Quantitative Aptitude and General English sections were easy, English section had long RC passages. Logical & Analytical Reasoning section too was comparatively easier with the absence of Verbal Reasoning.
The cut-off for SIBM Pune is expected to increase by 12-14 marks to a score 71-73.
The Admit Card for SNAP was released on 1st December 2018, on its official website. The candidates are required to carry a printout of the Admit card (Colored only) and proof of identification (Aadhar Card/Driving Licence/ Voter I-Card/Pan Card/Passport) to the exam venue. Candidates need to paste their latest color passport size photograph on their admit card. The reporting time for the exam is 12 noon. In case, you have not downloaded your admit card
With SNAP, finally the 2018 season saw its first 'easier than last year' exam. The types of questions were much more conventional and even the Special Questions, basically a variant of the TITA questions seen in CAT, didn't pose any issues. Overall, the paper was easier than the previous two years. There were four sections viz. General English, Quantitative Ability, Current Affairs and Analytical & Logical Reasoning in the paper with 30+5, 30+5, 20+5 and 30+5 questions (MCQ+Special Questions) in each section respectively. The sections were jumbled up. Detailed Analysis
To get a shortlist for further consideration, an aspirant needs to clear the overall cut-offs and ensure that they donât score in negative in any of the four sections. The normal questions carry one mark each and the special questions carry two marks each. Each question carries a negative marking of 25% of the allotted marks for every incorrect attempt. The cut-off percentile last year for open category students was 97.6659. Take a look at the cutoffs and comparative study of SNAP in the past four years.