The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted the Secondary Examination for the session year 2017-18 in the month of March-April. The Board has announced the CBSE 10th Results 2018 on its official website today i.e. 29th May 2018. Last year, the Board had announced the CBSE 10th Results on 3rd June 2017. As a matter of fact, the CBSE 10th results were declared region-wise in the beginning with Allahabad, Chennai, Delhi, Dehradun, & Trivandrum getting their results before the other regions.

Anyhow, if you are one of the lakhs of students eagerly waiting for the announcement of CBSE 10th Result 2018, you have come to the right place.

The CBSE 10th results 2018 will be declared on 29th May 2018. Read on to know how to check your results and insights on the results!

  • Name of the board – Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).
  • Name of the exam – 10th Class Examination.
  • Location – All over India.
  • Status – Coming soon.
  • Result Date – 29th May 2018.

CBSE 10th Result 2018 – Date of Declaration

The CBSE Class 10 2018 examination began on 5th March and ended on 4th April 2018.

The CBSE Class 10 timetable for 2018 was released on the official website of CBSE and contains all the examination dates and the relevant subject codes pertaining to all the subjects.

Where to Check the CBSE Class 10 Result 2018 (ALL INDIA RESULT)?

This year, the CBSE Board has made sound arrangements to publish the results online on the official CBSE website on 29th May 2018. To help students check their CBSE Class 10 Result 2018 easily without any glitches, you can directly access the result links in this article. From those links, you will be directly taken to the official page of CBSE Result website where you can check your CBSE 10th Result 2018.

Modes of Getting the CBSE Board 10th Result 2018

Please note that the official websites are not the only means of getting your CBSE 10th result 2018. Just make sure that you keep your CBSE roll number, school number, and centre number handy.

Here are a few ways to check your results online:

  1. Official websites – Of course, you can log on to the three official websites – http://www.cbseresults.nic.in/ to check your results.
  2. IVR – Then there’s the CBSE Class 10 result IVR system that provides you with the results via a call (charged at 30p per minute/ per roll number).
  3. SMS – Students can check their CBSE 10th result via SMS too (charged at 50p per SMS).
  4. You can also get your CBSE Class 10 mark sheets 2018 in your DigiLocker. The account details of the DigiLocker will be sent to students via SMS on their mobile number registered with CBSE.
  5. Many schools nowadays put up their Class 10 results on their official website, so you can head over there too.

Steps to Check the CBSE 10th Results Online

We understand that you would be anxious with regards to your CBSE 10th Class Result. Considering the importance that the CBSE Result 2018 holds, it is natural to be nervous about the outcome of this exam. However, to avoid any last-minute confusion that may cause a delay in the result-checking process, we request you to go through the simple steps given below that will help you to check your CBSE 10th Result 2018.

  • Navigate to the official results website.
  • Now Click on the ‘CBSE – Class 10 Examination’ link on the results page.
  • After that, Click on “CBSE 10th Result 2018”.
  • The CBSE Class 10 Results 2018 will be opened in a new page.
  • Enter the Roll Number, Date of Birth, and School Number (as mentioned on your admit card).
  • Now, click on the ‘Submit’ Button.
  • Your CBSE 10th result 2018 with subject-wise marks (theory & practical, qualifying status, and overall score) will appear on the computer screen.
  • Download your results and take a printout for future references.

After Checking the CBSE 10th Results 2018

Once you have checked your CBSE 10th Result 2018 online on our website or the official website, you will also be able to either download a softcopy of the scorecard in PDF format or take a physical copy printout of the mark sheet. Students can use this printed or downloaded copy of CBSE 10th Board Result 2018 to plan their academic future and start applying to different schools.

However, remember that a downloaded or printed copy of CBSE 10 Result is only a provisional result and can’t be used for any official purposes. Therefore, students must make sure that they collect the original mark sheet issued by the CBSE and their class 10 passing certificate from their respective schools in the coming weeks.

CBSE Class 10 Grading Scheme

CBSE incorporated the Class 10 grading into its evaluation system from 2010. CGPA (Cumulative Grade Point Average) was introduced to bring the students having a small difference in marks into the same band and avoid comparisons. Grading system also helps in eliminating small errors in evaluation from the moderator’s end.

Here’s how the grading goes with marks obtained:

Mark Obtained Grade Allotted Grade Point (GP) Allotted
91-100 A1 10
81-90 A2 9
71-80 B1 8
61-70 B2 7
51-60 C1 6
41-50 C2 5
33-40 D 4
21-32 E1
00-20 E2

While the grading system stands tall today, there were reports of a change in assessment model of Class 10th recently. Everything said and done, it’s worth stating that while CBSE 10th results, or for any other board for that matter, are important, they are not the end of the world. You can always improve your performance in the years to come. You just have to keep giving your best & improving yourself.

How to calculate your CGPA

Though your CGPA is written on the report card, it is easy to calculate it on your own. Here’s how you can do it.

Add your grade points in the main five subjects, and then divide it by 5.

For example, if your grade points for the five main subjects are:

Subject 1: 9; Subject 2: 9; Subject 3: 8; Subject 4: 10; and Subject 5: 9

Step 1: Add the grade points: 9+9+8+10+9 = 45

Step 2: Divide it by 5

45/59

So, your CGPA is 9.

How to calculate your percentage from your CGPA

In order to convert your overall CGPA into a percentage, multiply it by 9.5.

For example,

In this case 9 (CGPA) is multiplied by 9.5, so 9 x 9.5 = 85.5%

You should know that though both your Class 9 and Class 10 grades are displayed on your report card, only Class 10 grades are used to calculate your CGPA.

CBSE 10th Results – Previous Years’ Statistics

In 2017, a total of 16,67,573 students gave the Class 10th exam out of which 7,81,463 students appeared in CBSE’s school-based exam and 8,86,506 students took the board-based exam.

The pressure that the students waiting for their CBSE 10th Result 2018 are experiencing is immense. Many are unable to set realistic expectations with regards to the upcoming CBSE Result 2018 of Class 10. Due to high competition, many students who are good performers at school-level, still suffer anxiety sometimes. Therefore, to help students, we have provided the last years’ CBSE 10 Result statistics below. They will help students gauge their competition and performance and be prepared for the outcome of their hard work.

Last year, there was a fall in the pass percentage of the CBSE Class 10 results. The overall pass percentage in 2017 was 90.95% compared to the 96.21% of 2016 thereby recording a dip of 5.26 percent. However, the pass percentage of the boys improved to 93.4 percent from 2016’s 78.9 percent. The pass percentage of the girl students also registered an increase from 2016’s 88.6 percent to 92.5 percent in 2017. A total of 1,05,188 boys scored a CGPA of 10, while 1,00,950 girls achieved the perfect score.

Region-wise, Trivandrum boasted the highest pass percentage of 99.85 percent. Chennai was a close second at 99.62 percent and Allahabad was secured 98.23 percent. The students from Delhi gave a bad performance and registered a pass percentage of 78.09 percent against 2016’s 91.06 percent, which was a fall of 13.67 percent.

Other points related to last year’s CBSE Result are given in the table below:

CBSE 10th Results – 2017 Statistics

Type of Statistics Number
Total number of students 16,67,573
Total No. of Examination Centers 3972
Overall pass percentage 90.95%
The overall pass percentage of girls 92.05%
The overall pass percentage of boys 93.04%

Other Statistics

Year Overall Pass Percentage % Boys % Girls % No. of Students
2013 97.86 97.16 97.50 6,99,235
2014 98.19 97.98 98.48 7,41,863
2015 98.76 98.64 98.94 7, 91,294
2016 96.21 96.11 96.36 14,91,293
2017 90.95 93.04 92.05 16,67,573

We can see from the above table that the numbers of candidates are increasing every year. Although the pass percentage of results grew from 2013 to 2015, there has been a decline in the pass percentages from the year 2016 and there was a big dip of 5.26 percent last year when compared to the 2016 results of Class 10.

About the CBSE Board

The Central Board of Secondary Education, also known as CBSE, is a Board of Education for public and private schools under the Union Government of India. Established on 3 November 1962, it’s headquartered in New Delhi, India. Its parent association is Ministry of Human Resource Development. The CBSE board provides the 1st class to 12th class education in Hindi and English language. Every year, it conducts the Annual Examination of 10th and 12th Class in the month of March/April and the results are declared in the month of March/April. After this, it also provides the required certificates. The Board is committed towards the promotion of the intellectual, cultural and social vivacity among its learners. It also emphasises on providing a stress-free learning environment to the students that will develop their confidence and encourage good behaviour in them.

Here, you can read a few reasons why your CBSE 10th results are important. To help you in scoring well, we have also come up with a few important points, which should be kept in mind during the exam season.

Don’t forget to check out our article on What are the Career Options after Class 10?

Toppr wishes you all the best in your future endeavours. Keep reading Toppr Bytes for interesting articles & important updates.

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