Within Arithmetic, the most tested topic is the very basics of Arithmetic - percentages, profit and loss. Other very high-scoring Arithmetic areas include time and work, time, speed and distance, ratios and proportions, and averages, mixtures and alligations. If you've prepared Arithmetic for CAT, you should be able to sail through most of these questions in SNAP.
Moderns Maths, which includes P&C, Probability, and Logarithms (for SNAP), makes up about 20% of the QA section. Probability is particularly important, followed by P&C. If you're comfortable with these topics, the questions are quite solvable.
DI is followed by Geometry and Mensuration. Mensuration is a key focus area here, with Mensuration questions featuring frequently in the SNAP exam. Please note that Geometry also includes topics like co-ordinate geometry and trigonometry.
Number Series, Coding-Decoding, Blood Relations Most Tested Logical Reasoning Topics
In the past two years, questions around number series have been tested the most in the LR section, followed by questions around coding-decoding. These haven't been particularly challenging in the past exams and are low-hanging fruit for test-takers.
Questions around blood relations have also been frequently tested in the past two years, along with questions around clocks and calendars. Definitely an area to brush up on before appearing for SNAP 2022.
Fill in the Blanks, Identifying Parts of Speech, Idioms and Phrases Most Tested Verbal Ability Topics
One of the big focus areas for SNAP verbal is grammar, especially questions around identifying the parts of speech such as nouns, pronouns, conjunctions, prepositions, etc. If you know the basics, these questions can be attempted very easily and can elevate your sectional and overall score.
Then, there are fill-in-the-blanks format of questions which are, for most part, very doable and scoring.
Though reading passages haven't been seen in SNAP in the past few years, it's best to be prepared for RC sets in SNAP 2022.
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