The Xavier School of Management (XLRI) has released the response sheets for the Xavier Aptitude Test or XAT 2022. Candidates who have appeared for the exam on January 02 can now access their response sheets from the official website xatonline.in. The response sheets help the candidates to check their responses and determine their scores. It is expected that XLRI will issue dates for submitting objections or suggestions based on the response sheet.
However, most students now seem to be worried about how to calculate their XAT 2022 percentile. The foremost necessity for that is to know the scores. Once the score is known, candidates can use various tools available online and calculate the percentile.
How to use XAT 2022 Percentile Predictor?
Academic websites such as Hitbullseye and Career Launcher have come up with percentile predictor tools that can be useful for candidates. Although these tools do not provide 100% authentic results, they can still give a rough idea about the XAT 2022 percentile. To know how to use them, take a look at the steps given below.
Step 1- Go to the required website for the XAT 2022 percentile predictor
Step 2- Click on the required option and then log in
Step 3- Enter the required details such as score
Step 4- Press the ‘Submit’ button to check the percentile.
Direct Links to XAT 2022 Percentile Predictors
Score v/s Percentile
Going by the traditional norms, another way to calculate one’s XAT percentile is to use the score v/s percentile formula. Even for this method, the candidates will need to know their XAT scores first. After that, they can refer to the score v/s percentile charts that are available online and calculate a tentative percentile. One can also check the same from YouTube as well.
Now, it must be noted that this is just an expected score v/s percentile chart that has been compiled by subject experts. It is tentative and may not be the same as the actual score v/s percentile. This will only help candidates get an idea about what percentile they can expect against a particular score. However, to get the utmost accuracy, candidates should refer to multiple score v/s percentile analyses that are released by subject experts and coaching centers.