NEW DELHI, DECEMBER 1: Symbiosis International (Deemed University) has released the SNAP 2018 admit card on December 1, 2018. Although the official website had stated the timing of admit card availability as 5 pm, it was released much ahead of the schedule. Admit card is the most vital document to be carried to the test centre on the SNAP 2018 exam day, which is Sunday, December 16, 2018 (2 PM to 4 PM).
The download procedure is completely online. The exam conducting body would not send it by post. Hence, SNAP 2018 takers have to download and take an adequate number of printouts prior to the exam day and preserve it till the admission process is completed.
Steps to download the SNAP 2018 Admit Card
1. Visit the official website of SNAP, i.e. snaptest.org
2. Click on the Admit Card tab
3. Enter the SNAP ID and Password and click on Login
4. Download the SNAP 2018 admit card and take at least two prints
The SNAP 2018 admit card will carry the following information:
Candidate name and roll number
SNAP 2018 exam centre address
Candidate photograph and signature
Exam day instructions
The last date to download the admit card is December 16, 2018. Candidates have to ensure that the admit card carries all correct information. In case of discrepancy, candidates have to contact the exam authorities immediately, in order to get it rectified.
Test takers have to paste a recent passport size colour photograph in the space provided. The photograph should not be more than three months old. An authorized person will have to verify and authenticate the Admit Card against the photo ID card on the day of the test. Candidates are instructed to preserve this authenticated Admit Card for further GE-PIWAT processes at the participating B-schools.
Along with the admit card, test takers have to carry one of the photo identity cards, which include:
Voter ID Card
AADHAR Card (UID)
SNAP 2018 scores are accepted by 15 B-schools of Symbiosis International (Deemed University). SNAP is a computer-based exam of two hours duration consisting of 130 questions from the sections of General English, Quantitative, Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency, Analytical & Logical Reasoning and Current Affairs.