TestBag broadly covers all type of objective questions topics/subtopics in
General English :
Verbal Reasoning, Verbal Ability
Quantitative, Data Interpretation and Data Sufficiency Current Affairs (of last 2 years)
Analytical and Logical Reasoning
as outlined in exam pattern of SNAP
For details on SNAP Exam Eligibility, Exam Dates, Schedule and Exam Centres, Syllabus, Exam Pattern, Exam Analysis, Cut Off’s and Recent Notifications ( SNAP 2016 ) if any, please click on respective links on left.
SNAP entrance exam is a competitive and will require a planned action to achieve success. Following modules in TestBag would be of help
Exam Analyser has details of SNAP. Please go through tentative dates of the exam and exam pattern and define your weekly schedule to cover each topic You have to master subject each topic wise step by step and the practice for final exam around one month before exam date. Please also go through exam analysis to understand the way exam was in last year and remember cut offs as they will help to bench mark your performance
Self Assessor has multiple choice questions and all other type of questions in topics Quantitative Aptitude, Data Interpretation, data Sufficiency and Verbal Ability (English) Everyday after studying the topic in class, master the same by simulating self tests on the topic or keyword with sufficient challenge so that you can bench mark your accuracy with time. Self Assessor will not only indicate your level of learning, accuracy and speed on each topic but will add a lot to your knowledge from its own knowledge pool on every self assessment. Analyse the question attempted incorrectly by you by revisting the topic concept in any good book or take help of your collegues and teachers. Preferably complete this exercise on same day or by next day as another topic will be waiting to be mastered next day. We recommend self assessment for SNAP mainly on multiple choice questions and some other type questions at level L1 and L2.
Test Simulator has mock tests/ test patterns for SNAP. These tests are based on previous year patterns specific to SNAP or are created by subject matter experts. Mock tests have fixed of questions indicated topicwise in each mock tests but test pattern generate new tests every time by drawing questions from large knowledge pool based on SNAP exam parameters such as question number, types, topics included, level of questions, marks and time. These tests simulate exam like environment and first hand experience helps to put many unfounded fears to rest.
The results of all test taken are instantaneous detailing question attempted with correct answers and answers given
Test History stores results with details of each attempted question in all tests simulated by user to enable each user to monitor his/her progress and discuss shortcoming with teachers/mentors