What is the GATE percentile? Well, you must be aware that the percentile is the position of a candidate among the other participants. For example, you can understand it by imagining that if a candidate is having a 99 percentile then it indicates that the candidate’s score/rank is higher than that of 99% of GATE candidates who also appeared on the exam. You can get more information about it and other GATE 2023 aspects from this article.

How to Calculate GATE Percentile?

If you want to know the correct way to calculate your GATE exam percentile, you can go through the information shared here. The formula to calculate the GATE percentile is given below:

P = ( (N- your rank)/ N) x 100

In this formula, P stands for percentile and N is the total number of aspirants who appeared for the exam. Moreover, N is your rank and it indicates the number of participants who have scored fewer marks than you.

You can understand it better with an example. If the total number of candidates is 100 and 90 of them have fewer marks than you then,

P = (09/100)X100 = 0.9×100 = 90 percentile.

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