Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi (IIT Delhi) has released GATE 2020 Response Sheet for all branches. Candidates, who have written GATE 2020, will now be able to view GATE 2020 Detailed Solution released by IES MASTER and predict their GATE 2020 score using the IES Master GATE 2020 Rank Predictor.
The GATE 2020 examination was conducted by IIT Delhi on 01, 02, 08 and 09 February, 2020. As the GATE 2020 exam is over now, engineering students who have written this exam might be eager to know about their GATE score and probable GATE rank much before the GATE 2020 results are announced by IIT Delhi on 16 March, 2020.
Once the GATE exam is written by candidates, they start calculating their marks and probable GATE rank on the basis of their performance in the exam. After the GATE exams for all the branches are over, candidates are made available their GATE response sheet. On the basis of GATE 2020 Response Sheet, candidates can get an idea about their performance, and can also predict their GATE 2020 rank using the GATE 2020 Rank Predictor. If you have written the GATE 2020 exam, then you can predict your GATE 2020 rank using the GATE 2020 Rank Predictor of IES Master.
By using the IES Master GATE 2020 Rank Predictor, GATE aspirants can determine their GATE rank well before the actual GATE 2020 result is announced by IIT Delhi.
Steps to Download GATE 2020 Response Sheet
Here are the steps to download the GATE 2020 Response Sheet from official website of IIT Delhi:
Step 1: Visit the official website of GATE 2020 – gate.iitd.ac.in.
Step 2: Click onthe GATE Online Application Processing System (GOAPS) portal link to login to your profile.
Step 3: Enter your Enrollment ID / E-mail Address, Password, Captcha code, and click on the ‘Submit’ button. This will take you to your profile section.
Step 4: Now you candownload GATE Response Sheet 2020. You can either take a print out or download the PDF on your hard drive.
Features of GATE 2020 Rank Predictor
Accurate Result: By determining their GATE 2020 Rank in advance, students aspiring for doing their post-graduation from reputed engineering institutes such as IITs/NITs etc. will get an idea about the institutes in which they can apply. As the IES Master GATE Rank Predictor tool uses the same algorithm which is used by IITs and NITs, students will get a near to accurate result on the basis of their GATE 2020 score. Even for students who are aspiring to begin their professional engineering career through any of the Maharatna PSUs, Navratna PSUs or Miniratna PSUs as on the basis of their GATE 2020 score and the GATE cut-offs the desired PSUs in recruiting management trainees, assistant engineers, etc., they can get an idea about the PSUs they can prepare for.
User-friendly Interface: The interface of IES Master GATE 2020 Rank Predictor Tool has been designed and structured by the R&D team of IES Master in such a manner it is user-friendly and very simple to use in a hassle-free manner. All that is required by the students is to give some information about themselves such as their name, stream, contact number, GATE 2020 Response Sheet, and they will come to know about their probable rank in GATE 2020.
Useful for GATE aspirant from Core engineering streams: The GATE 2020 Rank Predictor of IES Master can be used by the students of all the four core streams i.e. Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, and Electronics to know their probable GATE 2020 rank as soon as the GATE 2020 Response Sheets are made available.
Normalization of the Result:The GATE rank provided by IES Master GATE 2020 Rank Predictor is going to be much closer to the real GATE rank as it calculates the same on basis of the same normalization method which is used by the GATE conducting bodies. Normalisation is process that is used to convert raw marks i.e. actual marks scored in GATE exam into scores.
Difference between GATE Marks, GATE Score and GATE Rank
Engineering students who have written GATE exam for the first time must be a bit confused when they come across the terms GATE marks, GATE Score, and GATE Rank. To make it easier for them to understand these terms, here we are explaining them in a layman’s language.
GATE Marks: As you know, the GATE 2020 exam is conducted for a total of 100 marks consisting of 65 questions, which are a mix of multiple-choice questions (MCQs) and Numeric Answer Type Questions (NAT Questions). Understand the GATE exam pattern is also important to know GATE marks are calculated.
GATE Score: GATE score is calculated by normalizing the marks scored by a candidate in the actual GATE exam. The GATE score is calculated out of 1000, and it is derived by using a certain formula for normalizing the marks.
GATE Rank: GATE Rank, which is commonly termed as GATE AIR (All India Rank), is given on the basis of GATE score to all the candidates appearing for each paper of GATE.
So, wait no longer. Go through IES Master GATE 2020 Rank Predictor to predict your GATE 2020 rank, and plan your future course of action.