Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur is all set to announce the result of GATE 2022 on March 17, 2022. According to the timetable released by the convenor, the result is going to be released on the official website, gate.iitkgp.ac.in. The scorecard for the examination is going to be available from March 21, 2022, and the last date to download the same is March 31, 2022. IIT Kharagpur has earlier released the final answer key for the exam, the last date to raise objection against the same was February 25, 2022.
GATE Qualifying Marks & Cut Off Marks 2022
The selection of the candidates in the GATE 2022 exam is completely based on the marks scored by them. A total of two factors, qualifying marks, and cut-off marks decide the selection status of the candidate. First, the qualifying marks are released by the convenor which is helpful in checking if the candidate has passed the GATE exam. As per reports, this time, the qualifying marks can range between 26 to 32 marks.
After this, the participant’s colleges release their cut-off marks list for all the courses offered by them. Candidates whose marks are more than or equal to the same can apply for admission in these colleges are then, they are called for the counseling round. The GATE cut-off marks are usually dependent on the course opted and the total seats available against that particular course. As per reports, this year the overall cut-off marks is going to be in the range of 28 to 55 marks.
GATE Rank Predictor
Recently several reputed coaching classes like IES Master, Gate Academy have released a tool called rank predictor. This tool has helped the candidates in calculating the marks scored in the exam and provided them with a tentative AIR. These tools used the normalization method, previous years’ trends, and cut-offs to determine the expected rank in the exam.
GATE Score vs Rank
Score and rank are two completely different things in the GATE 2022 examination. The authorities first take the marks scored by the candidates in the exam and then apply a formula in which the score is calculated by computing marks out of 1000. The below-mentioned formula shall be used by the authorities to derive a normalized score.
After this is done, the convenor awards AIR to the candidates on the basis of the score obtained by them in the examination. The final admission to participant colleges is provided on the basis of GATE score and rank only.