SNAP 2018 Answer Key has been released officially by Symbiosis University. The answer key for the SNAP has been unexpectedly released on December 19, 2018, at 12:00 Noon. Candidates can download the exam key held on December 16, 2018, at the official website using the registration id and password. Test takers can now check the answers and calculate their raw score.
The SNAP Official Answer Key has been available only at the students’ login. Therein, candidates can download the right answers of each question asked in the exam. The raw score can be calculated using the marking scheme of the SNAP 2018 Examination. For each correct answer, there are 1 and 2 marks for MCQ and the special questions respectively. For every incorrect, there is negative marking of 0.25 marks for normal and special questions both.
In case, candidates are not satisfied with the Official answer key, then they can raise the objections in the key. The window to challenge the answer key has been until December 21, 2018. The objection fee is Rs 590/- per challenge.While challenging the answer key, candidates must make sure that doubt is valid. Importantly, it should be in English only, any ambiguous challenge will be out-rightly rejected.
Once the Symbiosis International (Deemed University) receives all the doubts, then the thorough verification for the same will take place. Any decision will be communicated to the challenger on their registered email id latest by January 10, 2019. If the doubt is proved to be valid then Rs 500 will be refunded. Any decision by SIU will be final and any queries after that will not be entertained.
The Result for SNAP 2018 is expected to release in the second week of January 2019. Candidates will able to download the scorecard at the students’ login only. It will contain the sectional and overall marks of a candidate. After the result, candidates will get a call from the institute (according to the cut-off) they have selected in the registration form.
There is no sectional cut-off in SNAP 2018.
This year, the SNAP exam was overall easy as compared to previous years. In the English section, there were 30 normal questions and 5 special questions. The RC questions were of around 750-850 words. In this section, the attempts of 22-24 were considered good. In the quantitative ability section, questions were doable and good attempts were 22-24. Whereas the logical reasoning section was moderate with maximum questions from caselets and series. There was no static gk in SNAP this year. The score of 74 or above must be sufficient to get the call from SIBM.
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