SNAP Books: Study Material & List of Best Books for SNAP 2024 Preparation

Symbiosis National Aptitude Test 2024 ( SNAP )

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SNAP books for preparation are the best source of study material to crack the exam with high scores. Students planning to appear for the SNAP exam 2024 this year need to study from the recommended books only. So, get hold of popular SNAP books that are recommended by experts and toppers. SNAP 2024 exam will be conducted by SIU in December 2024. So, pick the best SNAP books for revision and practice questions. 

According to the latest SNAP exam pattern, the time limit will be 60 minutes and the total number of questions will also be 60. Candidates have to solve questions from English Comprehension, Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning. 

The SNAP exam is one of the popular MBA entrance exams of India. Over 40,000 candidates take the SNAP test every year. it is conducted by Symbiosis International (Deemed) University for admission to MBA programmes offered by its constituent institutes, The difficulty level of exam is easy to moderate. In this article, we have shared important details required for SNAP 2024 preparation and section-wise list of best books for SNAP.

Q:   What is the syllabus and exam pattern of SNAP?

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The SNAP (Symbiosis National Aptitude Test) exam tests the candidates on their aptitude in General English Quantitative Aptitude Analytical and Logical Reasoning, and General AwarenessGeneral English Reading Comprehension, Verbal Reasoning, and Verbal Ability Reading Comprehension Vocabulary-based questions Grammar-based questions Sentence correction Fill in the blanks Antonyms and Synonyms Idioms and Phrases Analogies Quantitative, Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency Arithmetic (Numbers, Ratios, Percentages, Profit and Loss, Interest, Time and Work, Time and Distance) Algebra (Equations, Inequalities, Logarithms, Quadratic Equations) Geometry (Lines, Angles, Triangles Circles, Polygons, Mensuration) Data Interpretation (Bar Graphs, Line Graphs, Pie Charts, Tables, Caselets) Data Sufficiency Analytical & Logical Reasoning Arrangements (Linear, Circular, Matrix) Blood Relations Coding-Decoding Syllogisms Logical Deductions Direction Sense Clocks and Calendars Mathematical Reasoning Data Sufficiency Current Affairs Current Affairs from different areas including business, economics, sports, politics, and entertainment.

Q:   Which is the toughest section of SNAP exam?

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None of the sections of SNAP exam is tough However, if one compares between the three, the Analytical & Logical Reasoning section of SNAP exam is usually tougher than General English and Quantitative Ability, Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency sections. Unlike other MBA entrance exams, where Quantitative Aptitude and English are tough, in SNAP only reasoning questions are tough.

The SNAP Analytical & Logical Reasoning has more questions than General English and Quantitative Ability sections, and most of the questions are not so easy to understand. It has 25 questions and about 18-19 questions are usually doable. Last year in the SNAP exam, the Quantitative Ability, Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency section was tougher than the Analytical & Logical Reasoning. So, candidates must prepare for SNAP exam in such a way that they can handle questions from any section irrespective of their difficulty level.

Q:   Is studying from SNAP books enough for exam preparation?

A:

It is advised that candidates must not rely only on SNAP books but also practice previous years SNAP question papers and mock tests. For English, they must read various fiction and non-fiction books. SNAP authorities provide official mock tests a month before the exam and candidates must practice the SNAP mock tests at least once. Yes, SNAP preparation books recommended by the experts have sample questions with solved answers. All the books mentioned above have sample questions and their process to solve and answers so that candidates can understand and practice well. The questions range from easy to tough and are of various types which help candidates in preparation. However, you should nor rely on the sample questions of course books only. You should practice official as well as unofficial SNAP mock tests of different difficulty levels and types.

 

Q:   What is the marking scheme of SNAP exam?

A:

SNAP exam has 60 MCQs and every question carries 2 mark. Earlier, there was differential marking in SNAP exam, but in 2020 the marking scheme was revised and every question across sections was allotted 1 mark. You can read the SNAP marking scheme given below:

  • SNAP has 60 questions
  • Total marks of SNAP exam is 60
  • Each question carries 1 mark for correct attempt
  • For every wrong attempt, 1/4th marks are deducted
  • The General English section is of 15 marks
  • The Quantitative, Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency section is of 20 marks
  • The Analytical & Logical Reasoning section is of 25 marks
  • There is no deduction of marks for skipping the question

Candidates scoring 45-50 out of 60 can hope for getting a good percentile.

SNAP Books for General English

The General English section of SNAP exam includes topics such as Passages, Syllogisms, Analogies, Grammar, Antonym-Synonym, One Word Substitution, Similar Sounding Words, Parajumbles, Fill in the Blanks. This section also includes Reading Comprehension, which makes it imperative for aspirants to develop reading habit from the very beginning of SNAP exam preparation. Listed below are the most popular SNAP books for General English preparation:

SNAP Preparation Books

Author/Publisher

How to Prepare for Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension for CAT

Arun Sharma & Meenakshi Upadhyay

Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension for the CAT

Nishit K Sinha

Word Power Made Easy

Norman Lewis

High School English Grammar & Composition

Wren & Martin

Also Read: How to ace in General English section of SNAP 2024

Q:   Can I prepare for SNAP in 3 months?

A:

Yes, SNAP preparation is possible in three months as the difficulty level of this exam is easy to moderate. So, if one starts preparing for it with only three months in hand, even then they can score well if they put in six to eight hours daily into preparation. Complete the syllabus in 45 days and the give one month to mock test practice. In the last few days, do revision for complete preparation. To be in a better position, focus more on the topics from which maximum questions are asked. For example, in General English, most of the questions are Grammar based, so focus on it more. In Quantitative Aptitude section, more questions are asked from Arithmetic and Algebra than Geometry so focus on the former two. SNAP always has at least data interpretation question so don’t ignore it. On the other hand, the Logical Reasoning section of SNAP has maximum number of questions (25) and topics are diverse so pay more attention on this section if you have less time to prepare.

Read More: How to prepare for SNAP in 3 months

Q:   Which SNAP books should I read for General English section?

A:

A: For preparation of General English section of SNAP exam, candidates must study the following books:

  • Word Power Made Easy by Norman Lewis
  • High School English Grammar & Composition by Wren & Martin
  • Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension for the CAT by Nishit K Sinha
  • How to Prepare for Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension for CAT by Arun Sharma & Meenakshi Upadhyay

Apart from these books, candidates need to develop reading habit to improve comprehension, writing and vocabulary, which will be immensely helpful at the time of selection for Group Exercise, Writing Ability Test and Personal Interview. To improve English language, you should read books, novels, magazines, business research papers, newspapers. You should also watch English series, movies and TV programmes to learn new words and expressions.

 

Q:   What is the syllabus of General English section of SNAP?

A:

The SNAP General English syllabus is similar to that of other MBA entrance exams. It includes passages, Syllogisms, Analogies, Grammar, Antonym-Synonym, One Word Substitution, Similar Sounding Words, Parajumbles and Fill in the Blanks. This is the shortest section of SNAP having only 15 questions. Most of the questions are usually based on English grammar. For the past 2 years, no Reading Comprehension passage is seen in the exam. However, candidates still need to practice Reading Comprehension passages as it has not been completely scrapped. Preparation for the exam as per the SNAP syllabus requires not much time to prepare if your English is strong. But if it is not, then you must start studying English much earlier as developing hold on a language requires time.

 

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SNAP Books for QA and DI-DS

In SNAP, Quantitative Aptitude, Data Interpretation and Data Sufficiency are clubbed together thus, the pressure of solving separate sections is not there. However, the pressure to cover all the topics of the three subject remains. Major topics from which the questions are asked in QA and DI-DS section of SNAP are Number, Arithmetic, Geometry, Algebra, Modern Math, Tables, Pie Charts and Venn Diagram.

Aspirants must not ignore topics such as Mixtures & Alligations, Surds & Indices, Set Theory, Co-ordinate Geometry, Progression, Inequalities, Series, etc. because the SNAP 2024 question paper may have questions from these areas.

To prepare for these topics, you can refer to the SNAP books listed below:

SNAP Preparation Books

Author/Publisher

How to prepare for Quantitative for the CAT

Arun Sharma

How to Prepare for Data Interpretation for CAT

Arun Sharma

The Pearson Guide to Quantitative Aptitude for competitive exams

Pearson

Quantitative Aptitude for the CAT

Nishit K.Sinha

Also Read: How to crack QA, DI-DS section of SNAP 2024

Q:   What is the SNAP syllabus for Quantitative Aptitude?

A:

SNAP syllabus for Quantitative Aptitude includes topics of Data Interpretation as well. Candidates have to study Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Mensuration, Number System, Logarithm, Linear Equations & Quadratic Equations, Set Theory, Arithmetic, Progressions, Binomial Theorem, Surds and Indices, Inequalities, Permutation & Combination, Probability Functions, Mixtures & Alligations, Co-ordinate Geometry, Series, Graphs-Pie Chart, Bar Graphs and Tables as part of SNAP Quantitative Aptitude syllabus.

The SNAP Quantitative Aptitude section includes Data Interpretation and Data Sufficiency. The total number of questions in this section is 20 and the section is dominated by Arithmetic. Since the past two years, no Data Sufficiency questions have been asked. So, candidates must focus more on Quantitative Aptitude while preparing for the SNAP exam. This section is all about accuracy so have complete clarity of concepts and theorems.

 

Q:   I am a fresher. Which SNAP book should I refer to for Quantitative Aptitude preparation?

A:

Freshers should start Quantitative Aptitude preparation with NCERT Mathematics books of Class 9 and 10 for getting fundamental understanding of the topics and concepts. Once they have grasped the concepts of Algebra, Trigonometry, Mensuration, Geometry and other topics of Arithmetic, then move on to books with advanced level of Quantitative Aptitude topics. Arun Sharma’s books on preparation for Quantitative Aptitude (also VARC and DILR books) are highly recommended as they are exhaustive and contain test papers of various difficulty levels. With the help of Arun Sharma books, you can understand the concepts and learn application to different type of Mathematical problems. In addition to that, you should refer to other Quant books and sample papers.

 

Q:   Should I take coaching for SNAP preparation?

A:

Yes, coaching is recommended for preparation for any competitive exam as the candidate gets best of aid such as books, study material and mentors. However, the candidates must join coaching if only they can follow the rigorous time-table and daily classes.

About six to eight hours daily is considered good enough duration for SNAP preparation. However, if you start exam preparation late (by October) then you need to devote 10-12 hours daily. SNAP is easy and if you are preparing for other MBA entrance exams, you may not need to work too hard on it. A good number of sample papers and mock tests will be good enough. 

  • Some of the most recommended books include:
  • How to Prepare for Data Interpretation for CAT
  • How to Prepare for Logical Reasoning for the CAT by Arun Sharma
  • High School English Grammar & Composition by Wren & Martin

SNAP Books for Analytical and Logical Reasoning

The Analytical and Logical Reasoning (A-LR) section of SNAP exam includes topics such as Family Tree – Blood Relations, Seating Arrangement, Clocks & Calendars, Critical Reasoning, Coding – Decoding, Direction Sense, Syllogisms, Visual reasoning, Analogy & Series, Mathematical Reasoning, Meaningful Word, Matrix, Verbal and Miscellaneous Reasoning. To prepare for these topics for SNAP 2024, aspirants must read the following SNAP books are recommended:

SNAP Preparation Books

Author/Publisher

How to Prepare for Logical Reasoning for the CAT

Arun Sharma

Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation for the CAT

Nishit K Sinha

A Modern Approach to Logical Reasoning

RS Aggarwal

Also Read: 8 key tips to crack Analytical & Logical Reasoning section of SNAP 2024

Apart from the abovementioned books, SNAP 2023 aspirants can also refer to the following books:

  • Map the SNAP Symbiosis National Aptitude Test: 5 mock tests and sample papers by Arihant
  • SNAP Guide by Ramesh Publication House
  • Map the SNAP Test by Arihant
DILR Preparation Tips for MBA Exams Quantitative Aptitude Preparation Tips for MBA Exams VARC Preparation Tips for MBA Exams

Also Read:

Q:   What is the SNAP syllabus for Analytical and Logical Reasoning?

A:

The syllabus for Analytical and Logical Reasoning section of SNAP exam includes topics such as Family Tree/Blood Relations, Coding/Decoding, Analogy & Series, Seating Arrangement, Direction Sense, Mathematical Reasoning, Clocks & Calendars, Syllogisms, Meaningful Word/Matrix, Critical Reasoning, Visual Reasoning, Verbal & Miscellaneous Reasoning. The Analytical and Logical Reasoning section of SNAP carries maximum number of questions i.e. 25. Candidates have to choose the questions they can answer correctly, otherwise they will be given negative marks. So, SNAP aspirants must practice ample number of sample questions from these topics. The more they will practice, the better they will get at solving reasoning questions as it is all about knowing the patterns and unravelling the puzzles. Since, this section carries maximum marks, you cannot be ill prepared for it.

 

Q:   What are the most important chapters of LR in SNAP?

A:
The SNAP exam syllabus is as follows: VERBAL SKILL Complete the Blanks Syllogisms Analogies use in context Paraphrasing Correction Annotations and Synonyms Verbal Analysis comprehension of poems or passages Picking oddball out completion of a sentence Idioms and Expressions Unorganized paragraphs of four or five sentences terms from other languages used in English sentence improvement Various ways to use the same term one word replacement Mathematical Skills Data Inference and Sufficient Data Variety System Percentage, profit-loss, interest, time-speed-distance, averages, ratio, etc. Are all examples of arithmetic. Algebra Equations in linear and quadratic form Progressions in logarithms Theorem of Binomials Indices and Surds Inequalities Combination and Permutation Probability Functions Set Theory Combinations and Alignments Geometry of Co-ordinates Series for Mensurating in Trigonometry Pie Chart, Tables, and Bar Graph recognising reliable inferences Critical thought Text, graphics, and table-based data interpretation Visual thinking.

Q:   Can I prepare for SNAP in 6 months?

A:

Yes, SNAP preparation is possible in six months as it is an easy exam. Candidates who plan to prepare for SNAP form June-July, need to make focused and doable plan which can be executed in the given time limit. Start, with analyzing the SNAP syllabus. Note down the tough and easy topics. Get hold of SNAP books and make a plan for covering the syllabus in 3 months. Pick up two tough and one easy topic per day across the sections. Once, you’ve completed the SNAP syllabus in 3 months, move to solving sample papers and mock tests. Do it for 2 months. In the last one month, do revision and work on topics that you could not touch upon earlier. Check the latest question papers for topic wise weightage and focus on those topics from which maximum questions are asked.

For more, check this article: https://www.shiksha.com/mba/articles/how-to-prepare-for-snap-in-6-months-blogId-21719

SNAP 2024 Section Wise Weightage

The SNAP exam has 60 questions. Maximum weightage is on Analytical and Logical Reasoning, followed by Quantitative Aptitude. Check the table below for SNAP section wise weightage:

SNAP Sections

Number of MCQs

SNAP Total Marks

General English (VARC)

15

15

Quantitative, Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency

20

20

Analytical & Logical Reasoning

25

25

Total

60

60

Read More:

Free DILR Questions with Answers for Practice Free VARC Questions with Answers for Practice Free Quantitative Aptitude Questions with Answers for Practice

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FAQs Related to SNAP Books and Preparation 2023

Check here Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on SNAP books and preparation:

Q:   Can I prepare for SNAP by studying from CAT books?

A:

You can prepare basic concepts of Quantitative Aptitude, Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning and Verbal Ability topics included in the SNAP syllabus by studying from CAT books. The syllabus of both exams is same for these topics so you can refer to CAT books for studying the concepts, fomulae and theorems. CAT is also a tougher exam, so if you practice CAT questions for conceptual clarity, you will be automatically preparing for SNAP as well.  

However, for SNAP specific preparation, you must refer to books published exclusively for SNAP preparation as the type of questions in SNAP are different from CAT. Some of them are:

  • Map the SNAP Symbiosis National Aptitude Test: 5 mock tests and sample papers by Arihant
  • SNAP Guide by Ramesh Publication House
  • Map the SNAP Test by Arihant
 

Q:   Is studying from SNAP books enough for exam preparation?

A:

It is advised that candidates must not rely only on SNAP books but also practice previous years SNAP question papers and mock tests. For English, they must read various fiction and non-fiction books. SNAP authorities provide official mock tests a month before the exam and candidates must practice the SNAP mock tests at least once. Yes, SNAP preparation books recommended by the experts have sample questions with solved answers. All the books mentioned above have sample questions and their process to solve and answers so that candidates can understand and practice well. The questions range from easy to tough and are of various types which help candidates in preparation. However, you should nor rely on the sample questions of course books only. You should practice official as well as unofficial SNAP mock tests of different difficulty levels and types.

 

Q:   Which are the best books for SNAP preparation?

A:

SNAP syllabus is similar to other MBA entrance exams, so candidates can prepare for it by referring to books for CAT and XAT, etc. But they must solve SNAP specific sample paper and mock tests to develop the skill to solve SNAP questions which are slightly different from other MBA entrance exams. Some of the books that are recommended for SNAP preparation have been listed below:

  • Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive Examinations by Varun Gupta
  • Quantitative Aptitude for All Competitive Examinations by Abhijit Guha
  • Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive Examinations by R S Aggarwal
  • SNAP Symbiosis MBA Admission Test by Priyanka Prakashan
  • A Modern Approach to Logical Reasoning by R S Aggarwal
  • Objective General English by R.S. Aggarwal, Vikas Aggarwal
  • Competitive General English by Kiran Prakashan
  • General English for Competitive Exams by Disha Experts
  • High School English Grammar by Wren & Martin
  • Word Power Made Easy by Norman Lewis     
 

Q:   From when should I start solving SNAP mock tests?

A:

SNAP mock test is an important part of exam preparation but they should know when to start practicing it. The candidates should start solving mock tests only after completing the SNAP syllabus. October-November is the ideal month to start solving mock tests for SNAP exam preparation as the exam is conducted in December. Those preparing for other entrance exams simultaneously, can practice SNAP mock test without completing the syllabus also as they would be already familiar with the topics, concepts, theorems, etc. Those who have attempted SNAP before, can start their preparation by attempting a SNAP mock test to see how much do they remember. Candidates should start solving the full length SNAP mock tests only when they are confident about every chapter and topic included in the SNAP syllabus.

 

Q:   Should I take coaching for SNAP preparation?

A:

Yes, coaching is recommended for preparation for any competitive exam as the candidate gets best of aid such as books, study material and mentors. However, the candidates must join coaching if only they can follow the rigorous time-table and daily classes.

About six to eight hours daily is considered good enough duration for SNAP preparation. However, if you start exam preparation late (by October) then you need to devote 10-12 hours daily. SNAP is easy and if you are preparing for other MBA entrance exams, you may not need to work too hard on it. A good number of sample papers and mock tests will be good enough. 

  • Some of the most recommended books include:
  • How to Prepare for Data Interpretation for CAT
  • How to Prepare for Logical Reasoning for the CAT by Arun Sharma
  • High School English Grammar & Composition by Wren & Martin

Q:   Is one month enough to prepare for SNAP?

A:

One month is too less a time to prepare for not only SNAP but also any other exam. You need at least three months to prepare for the SNAP exam, but even for that you need to be familiar with the SNAP syllabus. If you’ve studied Quantitative Aptitude, Data Interpretation, Logical Reasoning, Analytical Reasoning and Verbal Ability for MBA entrance exams, then you can prepare decently for SNAP in such a short span of time. All you would need to do is, practice sample questions and mock tests. Practice of sample questions and SNAP mock tests will improve your skills to handle Quantitative Aptitude, Data Interpretation, Logical Reasoning, Analytical Reasoning and Verbal Ability questions with speed and accuracy. You will also need some time to revise all the chapters which you will do a few days before the exam. So, instead of starting to prepare for SNAP just a month before the exam, get on to it at least three months before.

 

Q:   Can I access official SNAP mock test, without registering for the exam?

A:

The official SNAP mock test will be accessible to only those candidates who will register for the exam. You will need to register for the SNAP exam before a certain deadline (the SNAP authorities will inform regarding the same at the official website) to be eligible for official SNAP mock test. The SNAP authorities conduct SNAP mock test twice in a gap of two months. The first mock test is conducted in October and the second mock test is conducted in November. Candidates can book a slot and appear for the official mock test from home in remote proctored mode. The SNAP mock test is only for practice purpose and its performance has no bearing on candidate’s SNAP result.

The SNAP mock test toppers are in fact rewarded with cash back and shopping vouchers by the SNAP conducting body. 

 

Q:   How many SNAP mock tests should I attempt in a day?

A:

Candidates should solve only one full-length SNAP mock test in a day. After each mock test, they should assess their performance and identify the gaps to fill during preparation. Also, they should not solve SNAP mock test daily. Give yourself a breather for revision of the chapters that posed challenge in the previous mock test. Work on those problem areas and then pick another mock test. Ideally, candidates must solve about 30 SNAP mock tests to crack the exam with good scores so, start practicing the mock tests from two months before the exam date and continue to solve a mock test in a gap of one day until you reach their desired score. Stop once you reach the desired score. However, do attempt one SNAP mock test in the last week before the exam to keep the confidence level high.

 

Q:   How do I analyse my performance after solving SNAP mock test?

A:

After attempting every SNAP mock test, check how many questions you could solve accurately in the given time. Analyse questions of which topics took more than one minute to solve, how much time it took to read Reading Comprehension passages, how tricky were the Logical Reasoning questions and which were the questions you could not attempt at all. You need to assess three things, time taken on every type of question, accuracy achieved on every question and the number of questions completed in 60 minutes. The next step is to note the trend of your performance viz. the topics and chapters. The topics that are difficult for you, need more attention or revision before the next mock test attempt. You should aim to achieve better score with every consequent SNAP mock test.

 

Q:   I am preparing for CAT exam. Do I need to prepare for SNAP exam separately?

A:

Those preparing for both CAT and SNAP exam need not prepare separately. CAT and SNAP syllabus are the same so one can prepare for both from the same study material.  However, since the exam pattern and difficulty level of both exams are different from each other, candidates need to devote a good amount of time on exam specific preparation. They must practice SNAP mock tests to understand the test pattern, topic-wise weightage, types of questions and difficulty level of the questions. The biggest difference between SNAP and CAT is the type of questions, so you need to practice sample question for SNAP to know how and what to prepare for it. You also need to know the sectional composition of SNAP, which is different from CAT. SNAP is easier than CAT so a mix of tough and moderate level SNAP sample questions and mock tests will be adequate for preparation. 

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Answered 6 days ago

Symbiosis National Aptitude Test 2024 results will be announced most likely in the first week of January 2025. The date of SNAP result declaration will be announced by the exam conducting body - Symbiosis International (Deemed) University in the first week of August 2024.

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SNAP 2024 exam will be conducted for three days in December 2024. The schedule of SNAP 2024 will be released online at snaptest.org website in August 2024. The exam will be conducted in three sessions – a week apart. Candidates will have the option to appear for 1, 2 or all 3 sessions. Scores of th

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Answered 4 weeks ago

No, clearing the SNAP exam is not the only criterion for SIIB admission. The candidates will also have to clear a personality assessment test which includes Group Exercise (GE), Writing Ability Test (WAT) and Personal Interview (PI) round to be selected for SIIB admission. This personality assessmen

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Answered 4 weeks ago

The SNAP application fee for SIIB Pune admission is INR 2,250, whereas for every SIU institute, candidates have to pay INR 1000. For example, if they select one institute in the SNAP application form, they have to pay INR 1000, if they select two institutes they have to pay INR 2000.

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Ranjeeta Rai

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Answered a month ago

To assess the worth of joining MBA colleges accepting SNAP score in India, you need to go through its ROI (Return on Investment). Listed below are some of the top MBA colleges in India accepting SNAP score along with their total tuition fees and average placement package:

College Name

Total Tuition Fee

Annual Average Package

Symbiosis Institute of Business Management Pune MBA

INR 24 lakh

INR 24 LPA

LM Thapar School of Management MBA

INR 8 Lacs – INR 9 lakh

INR 5 LPA

Symbiosis Institute of International Business MBA

INR 16 Lacs – INR 22 lakh

INR 10 LPA – INR 11 LPA

Symbiosis Institute of Operations Management MBA

INR 15 lakh

INR 11 LPA

Symbiosis Institute of Business Management Hyderabad MBA

INR 15 lakh

INR 8 LPA

 

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Answered a month ago

The SNAP 2024 application will begin in the first week of August and conclude in the last week of November 2024. The SNAP 2024 exam dates will be announced in the first week of August 2024. The exam will be held on three days in December 2024. The exam sessions will be one week apart.

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