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Things to keep in mind during SNAP 2016 Preparation

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SNAP 2016 Preparation strategy

SNAP 2016 is a 120-minute paper pencil test with questions on Quantitative aptitude, Verbal ability, general awareness and logical Reasoning. In order to crack SNAP following points should be kept in mind: 1. Solve as many previous years SNAP Papers as possible. It will give you an actual exam scenario. Don’t just solve the questions […]

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5 things to keep in mind during MAT 2015-16 preparations

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How to crack MAT 2015

SWOT Analysis: Do a SWOT analysis of yourself to determine your Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats. Take a mock test (even if you are not well prepared). You will immediately realize the areas of improvement (weaknesses), areas which need just improvements (fortify your strengths), areas where you can score the most (opportunities) and areas which […]

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How to prepare for Verbal section of SNAP 2016

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SNAP 2016 Preparation Strategy

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 […]

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Preparing for the Verbal Section of CMAT 2015

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AICTE CMAT 2015 preparation

Preparing for the Verbal Section of CMAT 2015 Verbal section is not one that can be prepared for over a short spans time. For many, it is a cumulative learning over long periods of time. However, knowing the significance of the section for the exam, sitting back and claiming that 6 months is not enough […]

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How to Prepare for SNAP 2016

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How to crack SNAP 2016

Symbiosis National Aptitude Test (SNAP 2016) comprises four sections which are Quantitative Ability, Logical reasoning, Verbal Ability and General Awareness. In order to crack SNAP 2016, sectional aspects need to be taken care of. Quantitative Aptitude and Data Interpretation This section includes questions from Quant, Data interpretation as well as data sufficiency with Quantitative Aptitude […]

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