XAT, SNAP: Crack management entrance exam training hacks
The Xavier Aptitude Test (XAT) and the Symbiosis National Aptitude Test (SNAP) are national entry tests for admission to management and science post-graduate and master's degree programs. XAT 2021 is specifically for admission to XLRI and its related institutes, while SNAP 2020 is for admission to Symbiosis International University programs provided by business schools (SIU).
The exams are expected to take place in January for both XAT 2021 and SNAP 2020. The first SNAP 2020 review has already taken place on 20 December. The XAT 2021 and SNAP 2020 admission cards are already available on the respective websites, which basically means that applicants have only a few more days to brush up on preparations.
The one thing candidates have to refrain from doing, with just a few days remaining, is trying to waste time covering a new subject. If you have missed out or are struggling with a specific issue, let it be, whether it is the XAT subjects or the SNAP syllabus. Instead, concentrate all of your energy wisely on what you have already covered. Review relevant questions from these subjects to make sure that the interpretation of basic concepts clears out any misunderstanding.
Without a lot of practice, XAT 2021 and SNAP 2020 plans are largely incomplete. Referring to XAT papers from previous years, subjects such as decision-making and analytical capacity can be difficult. In the last few days, candidates must collect the question papers of the last few years and thoroughly practice the usual questions. The same is also true for SNAP 2020 and to crack the test, candidates need to follow such smart planning strategies.
The importance of last-minute changes and practice has already been emphasized. The efficient procedure, however, must be specifically targeted at obtaining better outcomes in the restricted time frame when solving the question paper. Resolving mock tests for SNAP 2020 and XAT 2021 is one of the best ways to do this. Mock tests for XAT 2021 will especially help to understand traditional methodologies for solving difficult problems with reasoning and decision making.
Another important last-minute recommendation for candidates intending to secure their names in the XAT 2021 and SNAP 2020 merit lists is to look up important topics during these last days and concentrate their attention on these relevant topics. For example, candidates are advised to concentrate on decision making and general knowledge questions in the XAT 2021 exam. Similarly, the most repetitive questions from the previous year's SNAP 2020 papers can also be listed and based on planning for these.