SNAP Exam 2020 Syllabus

SNAP Exam 2020 Syllabus
SNAP Exam 2020 Syllabus

SNAP Exam 2020 Syllabus

SNAP Syllabus 2020 is further subdivided into sections and sub-sections. This sectional sub-division in SNAP syllabus makes SNAP 2020 as an exam with quite 6 effective sections because the three sections except Current Affairs are further sub- divided into sub-sections. SNAP 2020 exam syllabus is thus supported the past test patterns which contain questions from of these sections.

Section 1: SNAP Syllabus for General English: Reading Comprehension, Verbal Reasoning, Verbal Ability

Section Highlights: This section comprises all the components of English and therefore the major parts covered are English, Reading Comprehension Passages, Verbal Reasoning and Verbal Ability.

Number of Questions: 30

Normal Questions (MCQs): 30

Maximum available score-45 Marks

Sectional Weightage in SNAP Syllabus: 30%

Important Topics in SNAP Exam Syllabus:

  • Reading Comprehension (RC) Passages: 10-12 Questions

2 RC Passage followed by 10 questions

RC topics are supported Facts, Opinion, Literature, Current Affairs among others

The SNAP Syllabus on RC passages doesn’t throw difficult questions

  • Verbal Ability (VA): 20-22 Questions

Synonyms, Antonyms, Fill within the Blanks

Idioms, Phrases, Vocabulary usage

Jumbled Paragraphs

Correction of Errors in sentences,

Core Grammar usage – Conditionals, Active Passive, Indirect Narration etc.

  • Verbal Reasoning: 2-4 Questions

Critical Reasoning


Identifying Parts of Speech

Section-2: SNAP Syllabus for Quantitative Ability, Data Interpretation, Data Sufficiency

Section Highlights: This section syllabus comprises questions on Quantitative Aptitude, Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency. Although Questions on Data Interpretation are limited, they often prove lengthier than questions on Quant and consume major a part of the time.

Number of Questions: 35

Normal Questions (MCQs): 30

Special Questions (Non-MCQs): 5

Maximum available score-40 Marks

Sectional Weightage in SNAP Syllabus: 27%

Major Topics within the SNAP Syllabus are:

  • Quantitative Ability: 20-24 Questions

Number System

Arithmetic – Percentage, Profit-Loss, Interest, Time- Speed-Distance, Averages, Ratio etc.


Linear Equations; Quadratic Equations



Binomial Theorem

Surds and Indices


Permutation and Combination

Probability Functions

Set Theory

Mixtures and Alligations


Co-ordinate Geometry



  • Data Interpretation, Data Sufficiency: 10-12 Questions


Graphs-Pie Chart


Bar Graph

Section-3: SNAP Syllabus for Current Affairs

Section Highlights: SIU Pune has revamped the present Affairs section in SNAP Exam Syllabus and has made it easier for the candidates. the present Affairs Syllabus in SNAP is restricted to the present affairs of last 2 years.

Number of Questions: 20

Normal Questions (MCQs): 20

Special Questions (Non-MCQs): Nil

Maximum available score-20 Marks

Sectional Weightage in SNAP Syllabus: 13%

SNAP Syllabus Topics: Economics, finance, national and international current affairs are a couple of of the various topics on which questions are placed during this section. Major topics in SNAP Syllabus are:

Business & Economics

Personalities & Awards


International Events

Science & Technology


Missions of the Countries


Section-4: SNAP Syllabus for Analytical and Logical Ability

Section Highlights: This section includes areas like computing, visualization, articulation, and problem solving, topics. The questions could also be within the set form or could also be individual ones depending upon the form of the matter .

Number of Questions: 30

Normal Questions (MCQs): 30

Special Questions (Non-MCQs):Nil

Maximum available score-45 Marks


Syllabus Topics: SNAP syllabus contains following important topics during this section

Family Tree – Blood Relations

Seating Arrangement

Direction Sense

Clocks & Calendars

Mathematical Reasoning



Coding – Decoding

Meaningful Word, Matrix

Visual reasoning


Critical Reasoning

Verbal and Miscellaneous Reasoning

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