On the whole the level of the test was close to Actual SNAP. As there is no sectional time limit sothe important thing was time management. One had to pick the easy questions and leave any questions which were difficult or time consuming.
This section had 14 easy questions. Most of the questions were based on arithmetic & number system. However, there were a few questions based on higher or modern mathematics. The section covered variety of topics such as averages, alligation & mixtures, TSD, work & chain rule, profit & loss, SI & CI etc. There were a few questions based on combination, permutation & probability, line diagram and series. There was one each on logs & Venn- diagram. Overall feel of the section was easy.One could have scored 90+ percentile by attempting 12-14 questions with85% accuracy.
The English section did not have RC so this section generally was less time consuming in comparison to other sections. However, one has to maintain reasonable accuracy to score well. This section was dominated by vocabulary and its application-based questions such as analogy & sentence completion. The other important areas were grammar & its application such as voice-based questions. There were two direct vocabulary-based questions and were easy. The grammar & parts of speech question were difficult. However, they checked students’ knowledge of grammar fundamentals There were two sentence rearrangement-based questions which were difficult and easy respectively. The sentence completion-based questions were either moderate or difficult. There was one critical reasoning-based question, which was difficult. The overall feel of the section was moderate. One could have scored 90+ percentile by attempting 10-12 questions with 75-80% accuracy.
This section had 19 easy questions. The section was dominated by analytical reasoning & verbal reasoning questions. There were 5 AR questions and same number of verbal reasoning questions. The two questions (51 & 52) based on input-output were difficult. The topics such as syllogism, coding-decoding also had two questions each. Topics such as missing-term, relationship & direction and visual reason had one question each. Verbal reasoning covered topics such as statement-assumption, statement -conclusion & cause-effect etc. Out these only two cause-effect questions were moderate and remaining easy. The overall feel of the section was easy.. One could have scored 90+ percentile by attempting 20 questions with85-90% accuracy.
The overall feel of the paper was easy, and for the students who knew how to manage the time available to the best i.e., not wasting much time in lengthy and difficult questions, could easily have managed an overall good attempt. AR &LR section was easier than Quant & DI section. In Quant & DI most of the questions were from Number system, Geometry, Work & Time etc. The verbal usage section had variety of questions in the form of questionsbased on one word substitution, sentence completion (vocabulary based), analogy (vocabulary based), synonym, antonym, para- jumblegrammar etc. In order to score well in verbal section, one should have good vocabulary, strong hold on grammar fundamentals & ability to understand the context.