The first thing a candidate who is to prepare for SNAP 2021 must understand is the SNAP syllabus. One thing is to know the SNAP 2021 curriculum, and it is very different to understand the contents. We mean the individual topics and subtopics covered by the curriculum for SNAP.
It is why we recommend the student, through the details of various topics, the different questions that arise from these topics and subtopics and understanding their relevance in connection with the latest SNAP examination pattern. This is why we recommend that the student understand the curricula.
Before we go any further into the SNAP curriculum, we would like to inform you that there is no official SNAP curriculum. The curriculum you see here and find in other sources is just an accumulation of topics in the recent SNAP documents.
To create a list of subjects, our experts reviewed last year's papers and listed the important topics from the SNAP exam’s perspective. For many years, the subjects and sub-topics have been quite consistent.
The SNAP exam tests the aspirants’ aptitude in three areas
Weightage of different sections
SNAP Syllabus: General English (15 Questions)
The General English section of the SNAP exam will be a mix of questions from Grammar, Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension (RC) passages. There will be two RC passages question on which will be either fact-based or inference-based. So, read newspapers, blogs, business reports and literary works. Prepare the following topics to score well in Verbal Ability and Grammar.
SNAP Syllabus: QA, DI-DS (20 Questions)
To ace this section of the SNAP 2021 exam, the candidates must understand fundamental concepts and memorise all the theorems and formulae. Listed below are the topics of the QA, DI-DS section of the SNAP syllabus.
SNAP Syllabus: A-LR (25 Questions)
The A-LR section of SNAP exam 2021 will require the candidates to use their reasoning ability. To crack this section, the candidates must practice as many sample questions as possible and learn short cuts of solving problems in less time with 100 per cent accuracy. Study the following topics from the SNAP syllabus to ace this section.