The entrance test date of Delhi University Joint Admission Test (JAT) in BMS, BBA (FIA), B.A(Hons.) and Business Economic in Delhi University is June 22, 2018. Today, we are here with the information regarding the normalization process for JAT 2018. All the aspirants who are going to appear for the JAT entrance test in few days must know about how their scores would be calculated and how the merit list of the candidates declared.
Normalisation is the process known as the equipercentile equating. It is an international method of score normalization. It is accepted widely for the multi-branch examinations. Apart from this, the percentile which is calculated and derived will be used as a criterion in order to prepare the merit list of all the appeared students.
This year a large number of candidates have applied for the JAT entrance test in 2018 which is going to held in the last week of June. In order to conduct the examinations smoothly, the entrance test will be held in two shifts.
Now, the question would arise that how is the difficulty level each shift question paper?
So, keeping in mind all these aspects, the university decides to provide the different question papers for different shifts for maintaining the level of competition. There are chances that the two different question papers are at different difficulty level.
Equalization Equating method is used in order to normalize the marks obtained in an entrance test. This makes the process fair and impartial.
The normalization process is adopted for those examinations which conduct in the two sessions.
Normalization of marks will be performed, once the tests of all the shifts concluded of the same subject successfully.
What After Normalization?
After the entrance test and the normalization process, the merit list of the students who appeared for an entrance test is prepared. For finalizing the merit list there some factors required which must be kept in mind such as- a number of the test takers, a difficulty level of examination, a maximum number of marks obtained, an average score obtained by students.
Remember: On the basis of performance-based merit does not give the guarantee of an admission.
Joint Admission Test (JAT) is a gateway to attain the admissions in the courses like Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) and Bachelor of Business Administration (Financial Investment Analysis) programs and BA (Hons) Business Economics. The application forms for the desired application has started in mid-May, 2018.
The colleges that offed the admission of these courses are- Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College,
Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies, Keshav Mahavidyalaya, Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies, Aryabhatta College, B.R Ambedkar College, College of Vocational Studies, Gargi College, Lakshmibai College, Maharaja Agrasen College, Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce
Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College, Sri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College, and Shivaji College