Shrey Shri, who hails from the City of Nawabs, Lucknow, always had a prioritising name in one of the top performers and scholars of his school. He had maintained a balance of both academics and extracurricular stratum, participating in events, with a 92% in Class X, 91% in Class XII and a CGPA OF 9.29 during his undergraduate; BBA finance at Amity University. In this article, he talks about how he made it to SCMHRD Pune, and his advice to future SNAP aspirants. Read on!
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How Did You Prepare For SNAP?
I supposedly started preparing for my MBA entrance examinations while I was in my first year of graduation. Yes, it is tedious at once since the bag full of courses at the university along with coaching classes, make it very hectic. Preparation through my coaching, Triumphant Institute of Management Education, with structured mock help me ace the Symbiosis National Aptitude Test, around 20 sectional mocks for VA since it needs variants to follow and since grammar forms the chunk of the entrance examination, VA was something to be done at the fullest. My strongest section was Quantitative Ability since abacus training had helped me a lot. While I was struggling with the games and tournaments and the hasty relations and mapping, I always bagged after them with an iron fist and tried to clear my aspiration to the optimum level. I strongly advise all the other candidates to pull in their socks and give themselves a chance to be the part of the management journey.
Your Advice To Future SNAP aspirants?
Try to solve the past year papers, focussing upon the phrases, idiomatic expressions, vocabulary, and then try solving the mocks as soon as possible, since it is a time-bound paper, so accuracy is required with Careeranna mock along with IMS strategic quanta series to be the best for the paper to ace through the season, do not try to rush through the syllabus, reading editorials on the economic significance can work wonders, while regress analysis can help score better!