SNAP 2014 Analysis

SNAP 2014 Analysis

Overall exam pattern:

SNAP 2014 had same pattern as previous years. It has 150 questions within 120 mins. There are four sections. Each section, except AR, has 40 questions. AR has 30 questions each carrying two marks.


AGeneral EnglishCritical Reasoning, Grammar, ParaJumbles, Odd Sentence Out
BGeneral AwarenessCurrent affair, business, socio-economical environment, awards, sports
CQuantitative Ability & DIAlgebra, Integer, Geometry, Arithmetic, Modern Maths, Bar diagram, Tables, Chart
DAnalytical & Logical ReasoningData arrangement, blood relation, statement/assumption, linear circular arrangement

Detailed Sectional Analysis:

General English

It concentrated on vocabulary, usage, grammar and comprehensive. Other questions were on mixed varieties of FIB, basic grammar, antonyms, synonyms, spellings etc.  Vocabulary question is slightly difficult.



A good score in this section is about 25 marks.

General Awareness

This section contains recent happening in the world of Economics, politics, spots, science, current affairs, books and author, brand and companies etc. It is one of the least time consuming section and quite manageable by just reading daily newspapers.

A good score in this section is about 15 marks.

Quantitative Ability & DI



A good score in this section is about 25 marks.

Analytical & Logical Reasoning



A good score in this section is about 38 marks.


SectionsTopicNo. of Questions2Difficulty Level
1General English40Moderate
2Analytic & Logical Reasoning30Easy to Moderate
3General Awareness40Moderate
4Quantitative Ability DI40Easy to Moderate


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  • Reva Khan

    Which is the last day of registration?

    May 26, 2015 at 3:52 am
    • CATKing

      Tentative last day will be 26 November

      May 27, 2015 at 10:34 am
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    May 26, 2015 at 3:52 am
  • Dipshi Shah

    How much time should be spent on each section?

    May 26, 2015 at 3:53 am
  • Rutu Save

    What is the best way of preparation of SNAP?

    May 26, 2015 at 3:54 am
  • Harshal Deshmukh

    Thank you CATking for this article.It made it easy for me to prepare for my SNAP exam.

    May 26, 2015 at 3:55 am
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