More women than men score 100 percentile in CUET 2022 results

Of the 21,159 candidates who came first in at least one subject, 12,799 were women and 8,360 were men. Almost three-quarters (83) of the 114 who scored a 100th percentile in at least 4 subjects were also women.

Students who obtain 100 percentiles in four or five subjects

Total students 114
Female students 83
Male Students 31

Of the 114, 99 were from the general category, nine from the OBC non-creamy layer, followed by four from the economically weaker section (EWS) category and two from the scheduled caste (SC) category. There were no students from Scheduled Tribe (ST) category among the candidates with 100th percentile score in at least four subjects.

With 8,236 students, English had the highest number of students with 100 percentile. It was followed by 2,065 students who scored 100 percentile in political science and 1,699 students in business studies. The fourth and fifth subjects with the highest number of 100 percentile scores were biology with 1,319 students and economics with 1,187 students.

The CUET, administered by the National Testing Agency, was introduced this year as a single gateway exam to avoid rising cut-offs and Class XII marks given the wide diversity in the way different Boards assess students,
Students who obtain 100 percentiles in four or five subjects

Category Number of students
general 99
OBC-NCL 9
GEN-EWS 4
SC 2
St 0

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