SSC Result 2019: SSC Marks Normalization Update
SSC Normalization of Marks: SSC has announced calculation of scores for SSC MTS, CGL, CHSL, JE or any other exam conducted by SSC, through a normalized method. This update was introduced in PDF format on the official website of SSC on February 07, 2019.
Latest: SSC has released the link to check the candidate’s SSC CGL Normalized Marks. Click on the direct link below to check your normalized score. Enter your Login Credentials and click on submit.
- Staff Selection Commission set to release the SSC MTS Result for Paper 1 on 5th November 2019.
- Here is the link for candidates to check their normalized scores. Click on the below link to check what might be your normalized score after calculating the marks.
- Check the SSC CGL Notification 2019-20 and Apply Online for your desired post on or before November 22, 2019.
SSC Normalization of Marks
SSC has concluded to calculate the marks of any candidate appearing for SSC CGL through normalized score calculation. CGL exam is conducted in multiple shifts, thus, keeping in mind the difficulty level of each shift, SSC has introduced this change.
Change in SSC Score After Normalization
Here are a few candidate’s scorecards from SSC CGL 2018 Exam Results. Go through below SSC CGL Scorecards and see the changes in the score after normalization.
- This below image shows a candidate’s scorecard whose final score has increased by 40 marks after normalization.
- Check this below image which shows an increase of 44.5 marks in the final score after normalization.
- Here is another SSC CGL 2018 Scorecard whose final score has increased after normalization
- Here is a candidate’s scorecard which shows an increase of 17 marks after normalization.
- Here is a candidate’s SSC CGL Scorecard whose final score has increased by 40.6 marks after SSC normalization process.
- Below is a Candidate’s scorecard whose final score has decreased by 4 marks after SSC Normalization.
- Check out another scorecard whose marks are increased by 42.7 marks after normalization
The difficulty level of question papers varies across different shifts. This helps to simplify the general of SSC CGL Result.
What is SSC Normalization?
Normalization is nothing but adjusting scores measured on different scales (difficulty level etc) to a common scale. It’s done to evaluate the performance of all the candidates on similar exam parameters i.e. It aims to adjust the difficulty level across different shifts of the exam.
Why is SSC Normalization Done?
The normalization is done following the fundamental assumption that in all multi-shifts examination, the distribution of abilities of candidates is same across all shifts.
This fundamental assumption holds true since the number of candidates appearing in the exam conducted by SSC is large and allocation of shifts to the candidates is random.
How is SSC Normalization Done ?
The scores calculated using the normalized formula can be corrected up to 5 places of decimal. Given below is the formula for calculation of final scores of candidates in SSC exam:
SSC CGL Normalization – Example
- A candidate got 142 marks in 11 August, 2nd shift.
- The Average marks of top 0.1% candidates in all sessions = 191
- Sum of Mean and SD (cut-off) for all sessions = 131
- Average marks of top 0.1% candidates in 11th August 2nd shift = 185
- Sum of Mean and SD (which is basically a cut-off)for 11st august 2nd session = 129
- Normalization marks = (60/56) (13) + 129 = 142.92
How to check SSC Result 2019?
SSC announces result on the official website in PDF format for different exams. The qualifying candidates can find their roll numbers in the PDF to check their result.
Given below are the steps to find SSC Result online:
- Visit the official website of SSC
- Click on the direct link to check the desired exam result
- SSC Result opens in the PDF format
- Find your roll number in the given list to find if you have qualified the exam.
SSC also releases scorecard/mark sheet after the SSC Result announcement. Candidates can check their scores for each section and total marks obtained in the SSC Scorecard.
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