Hailey College of Commerce Merit Calculator

Calculate your merit and aggregate it according to university rules and the merit formula by the HCC merit calculator.

The HCC merit calculator is an online tool that students can use to calculate their merit accurately.

Now, you can get your merit and chances of admission just by entering the details of your marks.

Hailey College of Commerce Merit Calculator

Hailey College of Commerce Merit Calculator


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Hailey College of Commerce Merit Criteria

Merit criteria weightage at Hailey College is determined by following marks distribution.

Merit Criteria for M-Phil: For M-Phil students, they count 40% of recent academic marks, 40%  of subject written entry test marks, and 10% includes interview marks.

Program Weightage
Academic Qualification 40%
Publication in HEC Approved Journals 5%
Professional Experience in Relevant Field 5%
Entry Test 40%
Interview 10%

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How to Calculate Merit for Hailey College of Commerce

You can follow a few steps to calculate merit for Hailey College of Commerce.

HCC Merit Formula: {(BS Obtained Marks/ BS Total Marks)* 40} + {(Entry Test Obtained Marks/Entry Test Total Marks)*40} + {( Interview Obtained Marks/Interview Total Marks)*10}  

Example:

Recent Academic Obtained Marks: 900  

Current Academic Total Marks: 1000

Entry Test Obtained Marks: 85

Entry Test Total Marks: 100

Interview Obtained Marks: 15

Interview Total Marks: 30

HCC Merit Calculation: {(900/1000)*40} + {(85/100)*40) + {(15/30 )*10}

HCC Merit: 36+ 34+ 5 = 75%

Hailey College’s merit is 75% for this example.

What is the HCC Merit Formula For Different Programs?

The formula for Masters Programs and Diploma Programs:

Marks obtained ( ¼ of Matric +⅕ of FSC +B.Com) / Marks Total ( ¼ of Matric + ⅕ of FSC + B.Com)

Formula for Bachelor Programs:

Marks obtained ( ¼ of Matric + FSC ) / Marks Total ( ¼ of Matric + FSC )

How many marks are required in the entry test?

Almost 50% of the marks must be obtained in a written test and an interview separately.

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