@Scorpion19:You're right,but then doesn't it mean that if one lands up with a dud group,he should end up with 13,no matter how well he tries to pull up the performance of the whole group???Again,how in the world does one explain somone in your very same center,having an equally dull group,with an equal level of performance,getting 16??
And think about categories like OMS where the whole list wraps up in a range of 7 marks!!If you heve a girl whose attending GD Pi in jeans :wow:and just doesn't speak up even when the panelists and the whole group exhorts her and a guy who cannot speak more than a sentence at a time ,should this be a valid reason for you becoming a borderline case??
Why do these people disclose gd-pi marks when eventually it's all their whim and nothing else???
The easiest and also the most futile thing to do is curse the system. Its all subjective at the end. And people arguing for a 15 in place of a 13 are simply crying foul. Its true that the admits are wrapped up in 7-marks, but if u calculate the avg GDPI for the class of JB, its not more than 27/34.
Which obviously means than guys with less that 27 have also made it to JB. You got come out with an excellent performance or be plain simply lucky to crack 31+/34. Thats true with any process, any exam or life in general!
And all those resons like a dud group with disgusting people might have brought down the group performance. One cannot deny the role of a group in GD, its about group perfomance also apart of a standout individual amongst them.