What is Normalisation marks in SSC CGL?

What is Normalisation marks in SSC CGL?

Normalization of marks is done because the exam is conducted in multiple shifts with a different set of question papers. SSC uses the normalization formula to calculate the final score of a candidate based on the difficulty of its shift.

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What is the normalised score of 120 in SSC CGL?

It is very easy to understand lets assume in shift A of SSC CGL the average normalised score for whole shift was 40 marks. So a person scoring 120 as raw marks will now have the normalised score of 160marks.

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What will be the normalization mark for CGL in Tier 2?

Suppose a guy from tough shift scores 180 then his normalized mark will be in the range 210 to 220. This scenario is nothing new. It happens in railway exams too. Start preparing for tier 2 which is just 15 days away. Stay away from wasting time. In 2017 cgl there was no normalization and then everybody cried for normalization.

When will SSC CGL Tier 1 marks and scorecard 2020 be released?

As we all know that SSC declared SSC CGL Tier 1 result on July 2020 and now SSC has released the SSC CGL Tier 1 Marks and Scorecard after 5 days of declaring the result on their official site Candidates can check their SSC CGL Tier 1 Marks and Scorecard till 6th Aug 2020.

How to check SSC CGL prelims cut off 2020 online?

SSC CGL Prelims Cut Off is prepared by taking into consideration the SSC CGL Marks. Tier 1 Marks are out on 07th July 2020. The Score card remains available for a month from 07th July 2020 to 06th August 2020. One may also visit the official SSC website, & follow the above-mentioned steps to check your marks.