CSIR NET Marks Normalisation 2022: Percentile Calculator

By Astha Singh|Updated : March 14th, 2022

The CSIR NET exam was conducted on January 29, 15 Feb, 16 Feb, and 17 Feb 2022. The exams were held on multiple shifts for all five papers. The National Testing Agency (NTA) released the CSIR NET June 2021 result on 9 March 2022. The result has been announced through NTA UGC NET 2022 Marks Normalisation

In case some candidates ended up attempting a tougher set of CSIR NET question papers for a particular subject, it can result in lowering the CSIR NET scores of the other candidates. To ensure the fair evaluation of the scores of all the candidates, the CSIR NET 2022 Marks Normalisation is also used for the preparation of the merit lists.

The candidates can check the article below to acknowledge how to convert percentile into a percentage, CSIR NET Normalisation Process, Result Preparation and CSIR NET Cutoff Percentile, and CSIR NET Score To Rank Calculator.

 

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CSIR NET Percentile Calculator

The Percentile scores obtained by the candidates are based on the performance of the candidates. In this process, the marks obtained by candidates in different shifts are transformed into a scale ranging from 0 to 100 for every session.

The percentile score calculation indicates that when converted into a percentage, the marks obtained by the candidates will be either below or equal to that particular percentile. Therefore, the candidate with the highest score from each shift will obtain the same percentile of 100. The marks obtained by the candidates that are between the highest and lowest scores will also be converted into appropriate percentiles. The CSIR NET percentile calculator is also used in the normalization of the scores.

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Process To Calculate CSIR NET 2022 Percentile Score

The candidates looking forward o the process to calculate their CSIR NET 2022 Percentile Score can follow the methods below to acknowledge the process followed by NTA for the same.

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Here is an example of calculating the CSIR NET Percentile Score with the help of an example of different sessions. This method is used by NTA to calculate the percentile of the candidates. 

The highest score (raw) in every paper will be equal to 100 percentile. This indicates that 100 percent of candidates have scored lesser to equal than the candidate who scored the highest in that session.

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Percentile Score of Highest raw: All the highest raw scores obtained by the candidates will have a normalized percentile score of 100. Here is an example-

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Percentile Score Of Lowest raw: The percentile score of the lowest raw scores obtained by the candidate depends on the total number of candidates in the examination for different sessions. Here is an example-

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CSIR NET 2022: How To Convert Percentile into Percentage

The candidates can use this simple method as mentioned below to covert their scores for CSIR NET 2022 from percentile to percentage, This method can easily be done with the help of a formula-

CSIR NET 2022 Percentage = (Raw Score in Exam x 100)/120

As there is no direct formula to convert the scores from a percentage into percentile or vice versa, the candidates need to make sure to use the raw scores while calculating.

CSIR NET Score Normalisation: Preparation Of Result

The process of CSIR NET Score Normalisation helps in the preparation of the  CSIR NET result is prepared with the normalization of marks of candidates as per the given steps:

Step 1: Candidates are Distributed based on Sessions

The first step that is followed is, the distribution of the candidates based on sessions. The total number of candidates in the exam is distributed in two sessions equally. The two sessions are based on the two shifts in the day as followed-

-Session-1: Day-1 Shift-1

-Session-2: Day-1 Shift-2

In case any subject exam is held in one shift or more days, the candidates are divided accordingly.

Step 2: Preparation Of The Result based on Sessions

The NTA Prepares result for the candidates of CSIR NET in two forms as followed-

  • Based on Raw scores
  • The Percentile scores obtained from total raw scores

Step 3: CSIR NET Scores Compilation

Lastly, the percentile scores obtained for all the sessions, are compiled to form the NTA scores (percentile). NTA uses these scores to compile the CSIR UGC NET results.

CSIR NET Percentile Convertor

The NTA uses the method mentioned below to calculate the percentile obtained by the candidates in the examination.

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CSIR NET Score To Rank Calculator

The candidates can use the method given below to calculate their CSIR NET Rank from their CSIR NET Score 2022. 
 
FORMULA: total students - (percentile x total students)÷ 100

 Let's understand it with the help of an example-

If we calculate according to NTA jee exam if you got a 99 NTA score and the total number of students is 100476. Then according to the calculation, 
99 x 100476÷100=99471.24.
 
So by subtracting 100476-99471.24=1004 (approx)
So the rank achieved by the candidate is 1004.

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FAQs

  • The candidates can use this simple method as mentioned below to covert their scores for CSIR NET 2022 from percentile to percentage, This method can easily be done with the help of a formula-

    CSIR NET 2022 Percentage = (Raw Score in Exam x 100)/120

  • The candidates can use the method given below to calculate their CSIR NET Rank from their CSIR NET Score 2022. 

     

    FORMULA: total students - (percentile x total students)÷ 100

  • The Percentile scores obtained by the candidates are based on the performance of the candidates. In this process, the marks obtained by candidates in different shifts are transformed into a scale ranging from 0 to 100 for every session.

  • The candidates can use the following formulae to calculate the CSIR NET Cutoff Percentile on the basis of Marks

    (individual score * 100)/ Marks obtained by the top scorer.

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