Verbal Ability section in SNAP 2016 comprises 40 questions with one mark each. The section on an average consists of 4-6 Reading comprehension questions, a host of direct and indirect vocabulary questions and grammar questions. Apart from this, the paper might have verbal reasoning which includes parajumble, questions on sentence completion, idioms and phrases, word usage and spelling questions.
In order to crack this section in SNAP 2016 reading is imperative. Read a lot of articles from different genres, read magazines and newspaper. Try improving your reading speed with time. To improve vocabulary, learn antonyms and synonyms of different words from books like ‘Word power made easy’ or the like. Practice as many para-jumbles as possible regularly. Try not to use guesswork as it can be fatal. Books on verbal ability questions such as Arun Sharma can play a major role in honing your verbal skills.
Solving previous year SNAP papers for SNAP 2016 will make you comfortable with the pattern and type of questions. Take as many mock tests as possible and track your time and accuracy. Understand your problem areas and work upon it. SNAP is all about time and accuracy, so keep practicing and you will crack it.