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cutoff

EBM
A measurable value of a screening variable which distinguishes screen positive from screen negative results.  

Graduate education UK
A critical score on an assessment, which marks the boundary between those scores considered as “pass” and those considered as “fail”.
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Popular colleges such as Hansraj and IP College for Women kept the cutoff for the subject at 99.
The swing frame-type cutoff machine is balanced on trunnions and mounted on roller bearings.
While the cutoffs of the most sought- after courses like Commerce and Economics have gone up by anything between 0.
Earlier phenotypic resistance tests employed cutoff values based on test sensitivity (e.
Miranda House has jacked its cutoff to 95 per cent in BSc ( honours) Maths.
This is a clear five to ten percent increase in cutoffs, as compared to the fist list in 2010.
In African Americans, on the other hand, the test at a cutoff of 140 mg/dL has a sensitivity of 94%, but a false-positive rate of only 6%.
Rt (Rmax), max mum height between peak and valley, is the value of the vertical distance between the highest peak and lowest valley measured along one cutoff length.
COMING as a relief for aspiring students, some Delhi University colleges have reopened admissions in popular courses like commerce and history in their third cutoff list.
Tough ductile iron castings require more severe break-off procedures and nonferrous castings usually need more careful shearing or cutoff operations.
13 g/t Au (118,000 ounces gold); this pre NI 43-101 historical resource estimation was completed in 1997 by BLM Engineering in compliance with CIM standards at that time using a Gemcom block model with inverse distance squared grade interpolation at a cutoff grade of 0.