# What is normalization in SSC CGL exam?

## What is normalization in SSC CGL exam?

Normalization in exam means making the marks of all candidates at equal level. There are differences in difficulty level of different question papers. In simple term this was – What is Normalization in SSC CGL exam! Now understand in deep.

## 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.

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

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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 ssc.nic.in. Candidates can check their SSC CGL Tier 1 Marks and Scorecard till 6th Aug 2020.

How many candidates appeared for SSC CGL 2020?

The SSC CGL Tier 1 exam was conducted from 3 rd March to 9 th March 2020 in different shifts across the country. A total of 9,78,103 candidates appeared in the SSC CGL examination for 8582 Vacancies. 125279 candidates have qualified for the Tier II exam which will be conducted from 12th to 15th October 2020.

### 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.

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### What is the normalized score of student 1 and 2?

Normalized Score of student 1 = (78 – 37) / (95 – 37) Normalized Score of student 1 = 0.71 Similarly, we have done the calculation of normalization of score for all the 20 students as follows, Score of student 2 = (65– 37) / (95 – 37) = 0.48