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A candidate aspiring to join an MBA programme offered by any Institute of Symbiosis International (Deemed University) [SIU] has to take the common, mandatory Symbiosis National Aptitude (SNAP) Computer Based Test (CBT).

The candidate needs to :

Register for SNAP Test,
Pay the registration fee for SNAP Test,
Register for her/his choice of programme(s) offered by any Institute of SIU,
Pay the registration fee, separately for each programme.
If shortlisted for a programme applied to, the candidate would then need to participate in the further admission process (GE-PIWAT) of that particular programme.

The registration process (including the payment of the registration fee) for SNAP and Institutes is integrated. A candidate can complete the SNAP as well as programme registration (as well as pay the registration fee) on the same portal (snaptest.org).
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Symbiosis Institute of Business Management (SIBM, Pune)
Symbiosis Institute of Computer Studies & Research (SICSR)
Symbiosis Centre for Management & Human Resource Development (SCMHRD)
Symbiosis Institute of International Business (SIIB)
Symbiosis Institute of Digital & Telecom Management (SIDTM) formerly Symbiosis Institute of Telecom Management
Symbiosis Institute of Management Studies (SIMS)
Symbiosis Institute of Media & Communication (SIMC)
Symbiosis Institute of Operations Management (SIOM)
Symbiosis Centre for Information Technology (SCIT)
Symbiosis Institute of Health Sciences (SIHS)
Symbiosis Institute of Business Management, Bengaluru (SIBM, Bengaluru)
Symbiosis School of Banking & Finance (SSBF) formerly Symbiosis School of Banking Management
Symbiosis Institute of Business Management, Hyderabad (SIBM, Hyderabad)
Symbiosis School of Sports Sciences (SSSS)
Symbiosis Institute of Business Management, Nagpur S(IBM, Nagpur)

Shortlisting for Group Exercise, Personal Interaction and Writing Ability Test (GE-PIWAT):

A candidate will be shortlisted for further admission process (GE-PIWAT) based on her/his overall SNAP Percentile. Please check the respective Institute website for information and dates of GE-PIWAT.
The further admission process is conducted separately for each programme by each Institute. The cut-off for shortlisting is also calculated separately for each programme. Based on her/his overall SNAP percentile, a particular candidate may get shortlisted for more than one programme. In such a scenario the candidate is expected to participate in the GE-PIWAT for each programme separately.

Please note that the SNAP Test 2021 will be a computer-based test.
SNAP Test duration is of 60 minutes.
Date: 19 December 2021; Time: 14.00 Hours – 15.00 Hours.
Date: 08 January 2022; Time: 10.00 Hours – 11.00 Hours.
Date: 16 January 2022; Time: 10.00 Hours – 11.00 Hours.
SNAP Test is an objective test. Each question has four responses Candidate should choose an appropriate response.

A candidate can appear for a maximum of two tests for SNAP 2021. If a candidate appears for two tests, the higher score will be considered for final percentile calculation and there will be no normalization. A rigorous process that has been statistically tested will be administered to ensure that unique types of questions are framed under a specific topic across the question papers. Normal spread will ensure that there is no unfair advantage to candidates who opt for any specific test / multiple tests. This will ensure normalisation of the spread of questions across sections. Furthermore, the question papers will be normalised for level of difficulty across all three sets. No correspondence regarding this will be entertained.
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