If you are appearing for the Common Written Examination for IBPS and you wish to know more information on how Total Weighted Standard Score then this is the page for you.
How are the scores calculated for IBPS PO Exams – what is the ranking criteria ?
Process for arriving at the Standard Scores for IBPS
The standard score can be simply calculated through the following procedure:
- Number of questions answered correctly by a candidate in each objective test is considered for arriving at the Corrected Score after applying penalty for wrong answers.
- The Corrected Scores so obtained by a candidate are made equivalent to take care of the minor difference in difficulty level, if any, in each of the objective tests held in different sessions to arrive at the Equated Scores. This is done by equating the scores obtained by candidates on any test to the base form by considering the distribution of scores of all the forms
- The Equated Scores so obtained are standardized to arrive at Final Standard Score with a minimum ‘0’ and maximum ‘50’ by following Linear Transformation Method. This procedure is followed for each of the tests.
Maximum marks and Cutoffs in Each Objective Test and Descriptive Paper
Name of the Test
Maximum Standard Score
Minimum Qualifying Standard
|1||Test of Reasoning||50||21||24|
|2||Test of English Language||50||21||24|
|3||Test of Quantitative Aptitude||50||21||24|
|4||Test of General Awareness||50||21||24|
|5||Test of Computer Knowledge||50||21||24|
|6||Descriptive Paper on EnglishComposition||50||21||24|
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Process for Arriving at Total Weighted Standard Score
Total Weighted Score = Standard Scores obtained in (Reasoning + Quantitative Aptitude + General Awareness+ Computer Knowledge + ½ English Language + ½ Descriptive Paper)