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CBSE Class 10th Results 2016
For students in Class 10th, the Central Board of Secondary Education i.e. CBSE, conducts Examinations every year in the month of March. This examination is also called SSCE or the Secondary School Certificate Examination. The results for this Class 10th Examination are declared by CBSE usually in the month of May. This examination plays an important part in the career of the students. In 2016 also, the Class 10th examinations are scheduled to start on 1 March, 2016 as per the datesheet given on the official website. The CBSE Board publishes all the information about Exams on their official website at www.cbse.nic.in. The Class 10 CBSE results are expected to be declared most probably in the month of May.
If you or your child is a candidate who shall be appearing in CBSE Class 10 board exams 2016, you will be able to get the Board results right here at www.goresults.net. You can enter your complete roll number and your contact information here on the Results page at GoResults and get instant update as soon as the result is declared. You can also set up alerts by sending us an SMS!
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Central Board of Secondary Education for Class 10th
The CBSE or Central Board of Secondary Education is by far the most popular board in the country with over 15799 schools under it including 197 schools in 23 countries. Just last year i.e 2015, as many as 1373853 candidates had appeared for the Board Exams of Class 10th through CBSE and this number is expected to increase this year. Earlier the scoring for class 10th Exams used to be an aggregate based system but now it has been changed to CGPA.
Where and How to Check your CBSE Class 10th Results 2016
The official website for CBSE is www.cbse.nic.in. For your convenience though, GoResults.com also provides you with an option to check your CBSE Class 10th Results for 2016. GoResults is your one stop solution for every kind of results from State Boards, Central Boards, Entrance Exams, University exam Results to all exam related information like Notifications, Time tables, Admit Cards etc. To check your CBSE class 10 result, you can click on the following link and register yourself for alerts. Click here to view CBSE Class 10th results
When to Expect the CBSE Board Results 2016
There are many factors that contribute towards the declaration of results. It all depends on the CBSE Board authorities when they want to release the results. If we are to go by the trend from previous years, the results for 2016 CBSE Boards would also be declared in the month of May, most probably by the third week. This is subject to change any year depending on what the authorities decide to do, but this estimation is as per the past few years of declaration of CBSE Board Results for Class 10. The full and final date of result announcement is usually declared a few days before. You can easily set an alert for this on your email and phone with the help of GoResults.net.
|Year||No. of Appeared Students||Total Pass %|
|2016||14,64,345 (Expected)||90.46 (Expected)|
From the above table data, we can see that number of students appearing each year is increasing every year and so is the result percentage. Comparing that data over the years, not only has the number of students appearing increased, but also the pass percentage is increasing each year. Students mentioned that Mathematics exam in 2015 was very tough even though it was directly from the NCERT textbook. Some students even said that they could not finish the examination on time as the paper was a lengthy one. CBSE affirmed that the Mathematics question paper was directly from the book. The students say that the CBSE board exams are tougher than the former years, while many teachers said that board exam question papers are easier than the mock tests and practice papers. So this year young aspirants would need to work hard to attain good grades.