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The maximum marks that can be scored in EAMCET exam is 160. The paper consists of 160 questions, each having an equal weightage of 1 mark. The maximum score one can obtain is 160. The weightage of these marks is 75.
EAMCET weightage Formula:
Your EAMCET score x 75/160. Thus, to calculate the actual contribution of your marks in the total EAMCET score, multiply the same by 0.46875.
After knowing the Weightage, you can now predict your rank using the EAMCET Rank Predictor.
The following illustrates EAMCET marks and their corresponding EAMCET weightages
|EAMCET Marks||EAMCET Weightage|
Intermediate weightage Formula:
Your Intermediate score x 25/600. Thus, to calculate the actual contribution of your marks in the total EAMCET score, multiply the same by 25 and divide by 600.
|Intermediate Marks||Intermediate Weightage|
EAMCET Weightage Calculator
Total Score = EAMCET weightage + Intermediate weightage
Total score obtained by a student is the summation of EAMCET weightage and Intermediate weightage. The maximum score is 100.
Now, lets try to calculate the final score obtained by some sample scores as seen of Student 1-10 above.
|Intermediate Score||Intermediate Weightage (out of 25)||EAMCET Marks||EAMCET Weightage (Out of 75)||Final Score|
The candidates who have secured qualifying marks in EAMCET and candidates belonging to the category of Scheduled Caste and Schedule Tribe, for whom qualifying marks have not been prescribed, shall be assigned ranking in the order of merit on the basis of combined score obtained by giving 75% weightage to the marks secured in EAMCET and 25% weightage to the marks secured in the relevant group subjects namely Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry of the qualifying examination.
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