SN@P Package For Individuals

SN@P is the ideal package for you if you want to:

  • Improve your numeracy skills
  • Prepare for a university pre-course entry test
  • Get ready for numeracy assessments in your university course

SN@P is a tailored healthcare numeracy tool commissioned by NHS Health Education England. It is packed with numeracy scenarios relevant to your chosen healthcare profession, including:

Simply create an account and take an initial assessment. Based on your results, you’ll then receive a development plan and a range of individually tailored tasks and resources to help you achieve your goals.

Or, use SN@P to practice assessments to help you prepare for your university pre-entry or course test (many universities use SN@P for formal assessments). Click here to take a demo exam

Our platform is optimised for use on a smartphone so can be used any-time, anywhere, any device.

Set up your account today:

Create my account & pay

Or try our demo exam before signing up:
Take Demo Exam

Special offer!

40% off use JUL40

During this month we are offering 40% off our standard individual licence rate. Simply enter JUL40 at check-out.

  • 1 week license normally £9.95 - with promo code £5.97
  • 1 month license normally £19.95 - with promo code £11.97
  • 3 month license normally £29.95 - with promo code £17.97
  • 12 month license normally £39.95 - with promo code £23.97

What our customers say

"I used SN@P before taking my pre-registration nursing course entry exam at UCLAN. They also used SN@P for the assessment, so I knew what to expect. Without a doubt I would not have passed if I'd not used the education resources and practice tests."
"I almost didn't apply for a course as I was afraid I'd fail the numeracy entry test. Following the initial assessment the platform told me what I needed to work on and assigned me resources. I passed!!"
"I’ve never really been that confident with numbers. Sn@p really helped me as it allowed me to access the resources and work at my own pace. I don't think I would have got through my second year numeracy exam without it.”