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GPAT Score Card

The GPAT score is calculated using a specific formula, where the marks obtained by the candidate, average of marks of all candidates in that paper, standard deviation of marks of all candidates in that paper, global average of marks of all candidates in last 2 years and the standard deviation (global) of marks of all candidates in last 2 years are considered.

The GPAT score is set to zero if the value calculated by the formula is less than zero and the GPAT score is set to 1000 if the value calculated by the formula is more than 1000.

Qualifying Score of GPAT

The Qualifying Score is the minimum mark that needs to be secured to become eligible for availing assistantships provided by MHRD, Govt. of India.

October 30, 2010

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