ssc cgl normalization case update
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We want to describe the normalization so that you can have a better idea. Normalization is based on a simple formula and on a few parameters. Once the normalization formula is applied to the scores of the candidates, the scorecard is devised based on it in place of the actual marks scored. Density functions are analyzed and accordingly the difficulty level is determined for all the papers conducted in different sessions.
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The process of normalization is followed by several other exam conducting authorities like NTA for exams that are held over multiple shifts to ensure fairness and equity in comparison of candidate’s performances.
In an official release SSC says, “The normalization is done based on the fundamental assumption that “in all multi-shift examinations, the distribution of abilities of candidates is the same across all the shifts”. This assumption is justified since the number of candidates appearing in multiple shifts in the examinations conducted by the Commission is large and the procedure for allocation of examination shift to candidates is random.”