"UGC directs participating universities to use Normalised Scores for Admissions through CUET 2022. Check the normalisation formula here."
CUET UG 2022 Results Normalisation of Scores: The NTA published the CUET UG 2022 Results. Based on the results, the authorities were to prepare the students’ percentiles for a standard admission procedure. However, the UGC Chairman, Shri M. J. Kumar, confirms that the universities must use the “Normalised Scores” for admission. Therefore, the initial strategy to use the percentile and raw scores for admissions is scrapped. Nonetheless, the participating institutes still have the right to conduct individual counselling. As a result, the composition of their merit lists is entirely in their hands. Be that as it may, continue reading to learn how the authorities would normalise the scores.
CUET UG 2022 Results: Normalisation of Scores
Since this is the first edition of the Central Universities Entrance Test (CUET), there are no previously-recorded measures for checking the answers of the participants. Alebit, Mr. Kumar (UGC Chairman) had initially stated that the NTA would use the ‘EquiPercentile’ method to calculate the results. However, after the declarations of results, he changed his former statement. Moreover, he confirms that Universities will use ‘Normalised Scores’ and not percentiles or raw scores to prepare their admission list. This statement has led to many students expressing their curiosity about the normalisation of the CUET 2022 scores.
Furthermore, other admission tests usually include a few papers and subject combinations. On the other hand, the CUET UG 2022 entrance test included over 54,000 subject combinations that students could select. With over 14 Lakh participants and an abundance of subjects with different exam sessions and slots, makes it more complicated to uniformly judge all performances. Thus, normalisation of scores was the need of the hour.
Here is the formula the authorities came up with to normalise the scores:
Formula: – P = m/n x 100
Here, P refers to your percentile. On the other hand, ‘m’ denotes the number of participants your marks were equal to or greater than, and ‘n’ denotes the total number of participants.
Besides, students can access more details on the normalisation of the CUET UG results here.
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