RRB NTPC Normalization Formula: RRBs Revised Formula To Calculate NTPC Marks

By Neha Uppal|Updated : February 15th, 2022

RRB NTPC Normalization Formula: RRB in its latest notification has provided a revised normalization formula to calculate marks of different shifts related to the RRB NTPC exam. The number of applicants is in crores and this poses a challenge in the conduction of the exam fairly and justifiably. Different shifts may experience different levels of the exam. To bring the level of different shifts at par the provision of RRB normalization formula was introduced.

Not only RRB but SSC also favors the normalization process to smoothen the process of recruitment. Let's know more about the RRB normalization formula for the RRB NTPC exam.

Revised Normalization Formula For RRB NTPC Exam: Check Here

What is Normalization in RRB NTPC Exam 2022?

  • Normalization is a process to adjust values measured on different scales to a notionally common scale.
  • It is a process to evaluate the performance of the candidates on the aspects of similar exam parameters and aims to adjust the difficulty level across different shifts of the exam.
  • Normalization process uses a formula for evaluating the score. However, it depends upon the commission that which formulae it uses. It is different for different organizations.
  • Marks scored by the candidates and the actual number of valid questions in the various shifts are taken as input. Various formulas can be used for the process. 
  • The raw marks can experience a rise in marks during the normalization process.

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Melnus Mathew
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Santos Kumar

Santos KumarDec 14, 2020

So what happens nothing we just have to  score above 60 least to be in competition to be safe above 70
Rajesh Kkumar
Mam jayada negative question hone par  normalized me mark kam increase hote h kya plz tell me mam@ Neha ji
Guddu

GudduDec 17, 2020

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Sahil Panwar

Sahil PanwarDec 20, 2020

@Neha Uppal  mam can u share ntpc cbat quiz @rahul chada
Priyanka Singh
Mam I attempt 70 questions in rrb ntpc exam 2020. Does this score increase or decrease after normalisation?
Roopendrsingh Singh
Mam ntpc answer key kab tak ayegi batayen please

FAQs

  • The number of applicants is in crores and this poses a challenge in the conduction of the exam fairly and justifiably. Different shifts may experience different levels of the exam. To bring the level of different shifts at par the provision of RRB normalization formula was introduced.

  • Normalization is a process to adjust values measured on different scales to a notionally common scale. It is a process to evaluate the performance of the candidates on the aspects of similar exam parameters and aims to adjust the difficulty level across different shifts of the exam.

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