SNAP 2020 to Commence on Sunday; Here’s a Few Tips for Last-Minute Preparation

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Just two days are left for the SNAP 2020 exam, and students must go all-in with their preparation and revisions. SNAP 2020 is scheduled to be held on 20 December 2020, and it’s understandable that the anxiety among the students must be at its peak. Since the exam pattern is quite different from that of SNAP 2019, it has made things all the more tough for the students out there.

Until last year, SNAP was conducted for a duration of 120 minutes and included 110 questions. This year, due to the unprecedented situation we are in due to the COVID-19 outbreak, some major changes shall be witnessed in the SNAP exam. The duration of the exam has been reduced to 60 minutes, and students will have to attempt 60 questions in the allotted time frame.

Although the authorities provided the students with the option of mock tests to make them comfortable and well-versed with the pattern change, we understand that its easier said than done. It is important for students to process the last few days with a calm mind, and cover only the things that are the most important.

Having said that, here’s a list of important topics from the General English, Verbal Ability, and Verbal Reasoning section that students must go through one last time:

  • Reading Comprehension
  • Passage
  • Synonyms
  • Fill in the Blanks
  • Analogies

Students should also give a last look at these important topics from the Logical and Analytical Reasoning section:

  • Seating Arrangement
  • Pie Chart
  • Blood Relations
  • Coding-Decoding
  • Column Graph
  • Syllogisms
  • Puzzle

Here are a few important topics from the Quantitative, Data Sufficiency and Data Interpretation section:

  • Percentages
  • Trigonometry
  • Speed, Time and Distance
  • Probability
  • Partnerships
  • Ratio Proportion

Since it’s impossible to through each of these topics thoroughly, the best alternative is to solve questions and quizzes based on these topics to increase speed and accuracy. It’s also important that students approach the exam with a calm mind without getting worried.


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