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How many marks can increase in normalization in CGL?

How many marks can increase in normalization in CGL?

For example, if total sessions are 5, the number of average minimum marks would be 240/5= 48 and maximum would be 280/5=56….Do You Know The Effects Of Normalisation Of Marks in Government Exams?

Session Average Minimum Marks Scored Average Maximum Marks Scored
4 90 100
Total 240 280

Is there any Normalisation in SSC CGL Tier 2?

Candidates must note that the score for SSC CGL Tier-I & Tier-II Exam will be normalised if it is conducted in multiple shifts. The normalisation score will be decided by SSC and it will be considered final for selecting candiidates for the further rounds (Tier-III & Tier-IV) of SSC CGL 2021 Exam.

What is the normalization procedure for SSC CGL Tier 2 exam?

Exams for a particular post of SSC are conducted in multiple shifts with different question papers. Hence, the normalization of the scores needs to be carried out who had appeared in the exam, across shifts for the same post. The normalization will be applied to the SSC CGL Tier 2 Exam.

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What is the cut-off for SSC CGL 2017 in exams?

Exam name is SSC CGL 2017. Let average marks of top 0.1\% candidates in all sessions = 185. Let average marks of top 0.1\% candidates in 1st shift of 5th August =180. Sum of Mean and SD ( which is cut-off ) for all sessions = 130.

What is the procedure for normalization of marks in SSC?

Decrease the marks of students of shift 1 by 5 and increase the marks of students of shift 2 by 5 and make average marks equal to 155. It is upto SSC which method it adopts for normalization. SSC has not notified which way it will do normalization. I will update if there is some notice regarding it.

Should SSC make changes in the formula to limit the increment?

SSC should make changes in the formula to limit the increment to a max of 20 marks, in my opinion and also should put a cap of 200 marks. There is no point in giving someone more than maximum marks.