# How to calculate GATE 2017 Score

How to calculate GATE 2017 Score After the examination of GATE , everyone who has participated are eagerly waited for the result. Actually they want to know about their performance in the examination but whenever result is come at the official web page of GATE then number of candidates qualify the examination but few of them don’t know how to calculate the GATE score so those candidates feel difficulties to check their score card and their rank in all over India. So for helping of those candidates here we are giving you some details about how to get or calculate score of GATE examination.

This year GATE is going to be released a notification for GATE 2017 examination by which candidates can get the admission in top colleges of India like IITs , NITs and so more for post graduation degree or to get jobs in public and private sector and also in government sectors. it is expected that GATE 2017 committee will released application form for GATE 2017 in the month of August, 2016. But after examination of GATE 2017 whenever results will come then for getting your score you need some help to make it ease.

How to calculate the GATE 2017 score

As per your knowledge we want to tell you that GATE score is calculated out of 1000 while GATE marks are calculated out of 100. To calculate the score of GATE 2017 , there is a simple technique by which any candidates can find their score. Firstly candidates should need to download their results then check the list in which there will be printed cut off list for all category just front of cut off list your marks will be printed.

GATE rank is also known as All India Rank(AIR). A candidate get his/her GATE rank only for his branch. For example a candidate from Electrical engineering will get GATE rank among all Electrical engineers who attended GATE exam of that particular year.

GATE Percentile : Percentile is percentage of people behind you in GATE exam.

Percentile is calculated as shown below :

{(Total number of candidates appeared in your subject- candidate rank)/(Total number of candidates-1)} x 100

Suppose 5,00,000 candidates appeared in GATE exam

Example 1

Percentile = ((5,00,000-1)/(5,00,000-1)) x 100 = 100

Example 2

Percentile = ((5,00,000-100)/(5,00,000-1)) x 100 = 99.95

Example 3