What is SNAP Score?
The SNAP Score is the total marks, which is obtained by the candidates. It is used to calculate the candidate’s merit in the SNAP selection process. While calculating the SNAP Score, the official SNAP Exam Pattern and marking schemes are taken into account. Below are factors that influence candidates' SNAP Scores.
- Number of correct responses
- Number of incorrect responses
- Marking scheme
How to Calculate SNAP Score?
The candidates may know that the SNAP Score is calculated based on the marking scheme of the SNAP Exam. Considering the official SNAP marking scheme, You will get +1 for every correct answer and you will lose -0.25 for every incorrect answer.
So, SNAP Score = (Number of Correct Answers * 1) - (Number of Incorrect Answers * 0.25)
What is SNAP Percentile?
The SNAP Percentile determines the candidates' position with respect to the other appeared candidates. It is calculated by following the below-mentioned formula
- SNAP Percentile = [(Total Number of Appeared candidates - SNAP rank)/Total number of Appeared candidates]*100
The colleges use this SNAP Percentile to shortlist the candidates for the final selection round
SNAP Percentile: College-wise
According to past years' trends, college wise SNAP cut-off percentile is given below:
SIBM (Symbiosis Institute of Business Management), Pune
SICSR (Symbiosis Institute of Computer Studies & Research) Pune
SIMC (Symbiosis Institute of Media & Communication)Pune
SIIB (Symbiosis Institute of International Business), Pune
SCMHRD (Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development) Pune
SIMS (Symbiosis Institute of Management Studies), Pune
SIDTM (Symbiosis Institute of Telecom Management), Pune
SCIT (Symbiosis Centre for Information Technology), Pune
Symbiosis Institute of Operations Management (SIOM) Nashik
SIHS (Symbiosis Institute of Health Sciences) Pune
SIBM (Symbiosis Institute of Business Management) Bangalore
SSBF (Symbiosis School of Banking and Finance), Pune
SIBM (Symbiosis Institute of Business Management), Hyderabad
SSSS (Symbiosis School of Sports Sciences), Pune
SNAP Score Vs Percentile
The scores of all the candidates appearing in the SNAP are drafted into a percentile list. Here, we have shared SNAP Score vs Percentile for the last 3 years, so that you can understand the trends of marks required for final admission.
SNAP Score 2021 Vs Percentile
SNAP 2021 was held in 3 slots- 19 December 2021, 8 January and 16 January 2022. BYJU'S Exam Prep has tabulated the SNAP score vs percentile from the data received from the candidates. The data has been tabulated post the SNAP result.
SNAP 2021 Score
Disclaimer: The above-mentioned SNAP Score Vs Percentile is not actual but approximate and may vary as they have been tabulated by our experts from the scorecards received.
SNAP Score Vs Percentile 2020
SNAP saw major changes in the exam pattern in SNAP 2020. For SNAP 2020, given below is the SNAP Score Vs Percentile that was seen when SNAP Result was declared.
SNAP 2020 Score
SNAP Score Vs Percentile 2019
SNAP 2019 was based on an old exam pattern and the following table defines the SNAP Score Vs Percentile trend for this year.
SNAP Score vs Percentile: Cut-Offs (College-Wise)
Here is a list of college-wise cutoffs for the last 3 years. It will help you to know the trends of SNAP Score vs Percentile for SIBM Pune and SCMHRD Pune.
☛ See Also: SNAP Cut Off
SNAP 2021 Cut-Off
SNAP 2020 Cut-Off (Marks)
SNAP 2019 Cut-Off (Percentile)
SNAP 2018 Cut-Off (Percentile)
SNAP 2017 Cut-Off (Percentile)
Disclaimer: This is not the official cut-off by the Institutes. It is only based on the feedback received from the candidates and experts. The actual cut-offs may however vary.
SNAP Scoring Pattern
The SNAP exam pattern witnessed some of major changes in the year 2020 due to the pandemic situation. The exam duration got reduced to 1 hour instead of 2 hours. SNAP 2021 had a similar exam pattern as SNAP 2020. In 2022, the SNAP paper pattern is also the same; however, the candidates can apply for the SNAP thrice and the best of the three scores will be considered.
Marks Per Correct Response
Quantitative, Data Interpretation, and Data Sufficiency
Analytical and Logical Reasoning
- For every wrong response, 0.25 marks will be deducted
- The total duration of the SNAP examination is 60 minutes
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