This is an eye-opener. I got 99.93 ... So I should get benefit of my percentile. If what you are saying is true, and the panelists don't want me in, they can reduce my GDPI score drastically to offset my percentile... Although that sounds unjust. But I will keep this in mind.
I was planning on a 1 pager resume with my XAT percentile mentioned on that. I guess I will remove the XAT percentile from that...
What the panel does or how it does so is not written in any manual. There must be a weight age involved for each and every component but the relative degree is a black box. Hence, I would tell each and every one of you have an equal chance of converting the call, no matter what your percentile, grad score, school score is. Give it ur best shot and u ll come out in flying colors.
Regarding the scorecards, you should take it to all the interviews concerned, and have it ready in case it is required. It may not be to your advantage, but iff asked for, you will be certainly at a disadvantage.