Tied rankings, Mathematics

Tied Rankings

A slight adjustment to the formula is made if several students tie and have the similar ranking the adjustment is:

(t3 - t)/12

Whereas t = number of tied rankings the adjusted formula becomes

R = 1 1445_Tied Rankings.png

 

Illustration

Suppose that in our previous example student E and F achieved equal marks in Q. T. and were given joint 3rd place.

Solution

 

1401_Tied Rankings 1.png

]

= 0.68

= 0.68

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