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RRB Exams: Know How Marks Will Be Calculated

Railway exams have begun and the recruitment boards (RRB) have notified that changes have been made to the marks normalisation method.
New Delhi: Railway exams have begun and the recruitment boards (RRB) have notified that changes have been made to the marks normalisation method. Normalisation method is a statistical rule which is implemented in exams held in multiple sessions taking into account the variation in the difficulty levels of question papers across all sessions. The railway exams for group D, NTPC and other posts will be held in multiple sessions as the number of candidates who have registered for the exam is close to 2.5 crore.
For normalizing the marks, actual marks of the candidate, average marks of top 0.1% candidates in all sessions, sum of mean and standard deviation marks of the candidates in all shifts, average marks of the top 0.1% of the candidates in the shift in which the candidate had appeared for exam, sum of mean marks and standard deviation of the shift in which the candidate had appeared for exam and the sum of mean marks of candidates in the shift having maximum mean and standard deviation of marks of candidates in the examination considering all.

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