CBSE Class 10 & 12 Results 2024 Expected Soon: Here's What You Need to Know

CBSE Class 10 & 12 results anticipated to be released soon on cbse.gov.in. Stay updated with essential details and tips for checking your scores.

Gobind Arora
Published on: 9 May 2024 9:44 AM GMT
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The wait for the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class 10 and 12 results of 2024 is almost over! As per the official CBSE website, the board is expected to announce the results soon, likely after May 20th. This news brings both excitement and anticipation for the lakhs of students who appeared for the exams earlier this year.

What to Expect:

The CBSE typically releases the results on its official website, cbse.gov.in. It's recommended to keep checking the website for any official announcements regarding the exact date and time of the result declaration. Last year, the CBSE Class 10 and 12 results were declared on May 12th, so students can use that as a reference point.

How to Check Your Scores:

Once the results are released, students can access their scores by following these steps:

Visit the official CBSE website: cbse.gov.in or results.cbse.nic.in.

Click on the designated link for Class 10 or Class 12 results (as applicable).

Enter your roll number, registration number, and school code (provided by your school).

Submit the details and view your results.

Additional Information:

Students are advised to have a copy of their admit card handy while checking their results. The admit card contains all the necessary information, including roll number, registration number, and school code.

In case the website experiences high traffic, students can also try accessing their results through alternative links provided by CBSE or through various news websites and education portals.

What to Do After Receiving Your Results:

After checking your scores, it's important to download and save a copy of your results for future reference. You may also want to print a physical copy for your records.

If you are not satisfied with your results, you may have the option to apply for revaluation or verification of marks. The process for doing so will be announced by the CBSE after the results are declared.

Stay Calm and Prepared:

Remember, receiving exam results can be a stressful experience for students. It's important to maintain a calm and positive attitude. Regardless of the outcome, focus on the next steps in your academic journey.

We recommend discussing your results with your teachers, parents, or a trusted counselor for guidance and support.

Gobind Arora

Gobind Arora

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