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NTA On CUET UG Result 2022-Mark Calculation And Normalization

The NTA has reopened the entrance test application form correction window, providing candidates with another opportunity to edit information already submitted by them. 

The National Testing Agency (NTA) has issued a new statement regarding the calculation of entrance exam marks and subsequent normalisation. Candidates can view the notice’s details on the official website, 

According to the NTA notification, a committee led by a senior professor from the Indian Statistical Institute Delhi and comprised of senior professors from the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi and the University of Delhi held detailed deliberations to arrive at a methodology.  

As previously stated in the CUET (UG)-2022 Information Bulletin, the raw score of each candidate in each topic will be normalised using the equipercentile approach. This is done separately for each subject where the exam is held in various shifts. 

The raw score for each applicant presenting for each topic for which the test is held in multiple shifts will be converted into an NTA score (percentile score & normalised score) in the following three steps:  

Step 1: Convert your raw results to percentile rankings. 

Step 2: For each session, subtract the percentiles from the marking scale to obtain the normalised score.  

Step 3: Calculate the Normalized Score. 

More information on the notice on mark calculation and normalisation may be found here. 

In contrast, ahead of the announcement of the CUET UG 2022 result, NTA has reopened the application form correction window for the entrance test, providing candidates another opportunity to modify details already given by them. 

Candidates can use the service until September 15 (5 p.m.) at  

CUET-UG 2022 was held in six phases from July 15 to August 30 at 489 exam centres in 259 locations across India and 10 places outside India. 

Click HERE for more information on the corrections fields. 

Source- Odisha Tv


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