CMAT 2022: Result announced; Percentile calculation, score vs percentile

NTA CMAT 2022 result announced. Check how to calculate CMAT percentile 2022 and CMAT score vs percentile.

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richa.sahay | Apr 30, 2022 - 3:44 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI- The National Testing Agency (NTA) announced CMAT result 2022 yesterday on the official NTA CMAT website - Candidates who appeared for this MBA entrance exam this year can check their CMAT 2022 result using their CMAT application number and date of birth. The Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) 2022 was conducted on April 09, 2022.
Click here to check the CMAT result 2022.

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Candidates are looking forward to knowing their CMAT 2022 percentile as the CMAT result 2022 pdf just has rank, overall and sectional CMAT score. Candidates can use the CMAT percentile predictor by Careers360 to know their estimated percentile based on historical data devised from the past exams. CMAT percentile 2022 can also be calculated with the details such as the obtained CMAT rank and the total number of candidates who appeared in the CMAT 2022 entrance exam.

CMAT score vs percentile 2022

The estimated CMAT percentile for the CMAT 2022 exam is listed below:

CMAT Score Range out of 400 Maximum Marks

Estimated CMAT Percentile 2022 Range













Below 116

Below 51

How to calculate CMAT percentile 2022

The formula which is to be used for calculating CMAT result 2022 percentile is as follows:

P = 100 x (No of candidates appeared with raw marks or equal to less than candidate/ Total number of candidates appeared in CMAT 2022 exam)

Here, P stands for the percentile.

This can be understood with an example.
Suppose 50, 000 candidates have appeared in CMAT 2022 exam and a candidate has scored the highest mark (350/400). As this candidate has scored the highest marks, he will have Rank 1 and the CMAT percentile 2022 will be

P = 100 x (49999/50000) = 99.99

Hence, the Rank 1 candidate will have a percentile of 99.99.

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