Does SNAP have RCs in the Language section?

  • 16 Apr

@Manju said:
How to prepare for the Parts of speech and Synonym type questions for SNAP?

Hey Manju, parts of speech and synonym type questions are the ones on which you can easily score, but the questions might be quite tricky at times. The parts of speech section is currently free at the MOCKAT website. You can access the lessons from (https://www.mockat.com/lesson/category/parts-of-speech/) and practice questions from (https://www.mockat.com/prepzone/#practice). You can also use Wren & Martin for additional practice. To answer the synonym type questions, you must strengthen your vocabulary. You can start by reading from diverse sources (you can subscribe to our Telegram channel by clicking https://t.me/crackcatwithiimlgrads for daily reading articles) and noting down every unfamiliar word you come across along with its meanings. You have to revisit these words frequently in order to improve your vocabulary. I would suggest you enrol in the verbal package (https://www.mockat.com/package/enhance-varc/detail/) at the MOCKAT website for complete guidance on the verbal front.

  • 16 Apr

How to prepare for the Parts of speech and Synonym type questions for SNAP?

  • 9 Mar

Thanks

  • 8 Mar

Hey Khunal, SNAP does not have RCs since 2020, after the test duration was reduced to one hour due to COVID 19. But there were RCs asked prior to that. The 2021 SNAP question paper had General English section with 15 questions comprising of Fill in the blanks, Grammar, Figures of speech, Parts of speech, Prepositions, Para Jumbles, Synonyms, Idioms, and phrases, etc. But there are chances of SNAP being conducted in its older lengthier version in the future, which will contain RCs. But it won't be a problem as you are also preparing for CAT, XAT, and other MBA entrance tests. Hope this cleared your doubts. Have a nice day!!

  • 6 Mar

Does SNAP have RCs in the Language section?

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