How to calculate GATE score?
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi will release GATE 2020 scorecard in the fourth week of March. Candidates can check the GATE scorecard 2020 on the GOAPS official site. IIT Delhi conducted GATE exam 2020 on February 1,2,8 and 9. IIT Delhi organised GATE in online mode (computer-based test). Scorecard can be accessed after the GATE result 2020 gets declared on March 16. The validity of a GATE scorecard is upto 3 years. Candidates can check the details namely - marks achieved by the candidate, cutoff marks and candidate’s rank. In case a candidate fails to secure minimum qualifying marks in GATE 2020, then he/she will not be issued with GATE scorecard 2020. There are a total of two formulae to calculate GATE score. One is for the calculation of normalized marks (score) for multi-session papers and another one is for the calculation of score for the single session paper.
Details mentioned on GATE 2020 scorecard:
GATE registration number
GATE score (out of 1000)
Paper given by the candidate
Total marks scored out of 100
Details concerning validity of GATE scorecard
All India Rank for the paper attempted
Total strength of candidates for the paper
Qualifying marks for SC/ST/PwD and General/OBC (NL) candidates for an exam