This year, MPBSE announced the MP Board Class 10 Results 2021 on 14 July 2021. As per the reports, a total of 925213 candidates had registered for the MPBSE Class 10 exams, while 8865 students were absent. Results have been declared for the remaining 914079 students. A total of 356582 candidates or about 39% has got the first division followed by 43.50%, amounting to 397626 candidates, getting the second division. About 159871 students also got the third division.
Meanwhile, as per the updated assessment scheme used to evaluate the students, the Class 10 results were formed based on the internal assessments as well as the students’ performance on unit tests, half-yearly exams, and pre-board exams and so on. So, about 50% weightage was given to the pre-board, 30% to the unit tests and 20% weightage to the internals.
MPBSE had announced the MP Board Class 10 Results 2020 on 4th July 2020. The total pass percentage stood at 62.84%, while last year’s pass percentage was 61.32%. Reports state that nearly 43% of boys in private schools and 38% of boys in government schools failed in Class 10 exam. Likewise, 31% girls in private school and 35% girls in government school are reported to have failed the exam.
In the meantime, the 2019 results were declared on the 15th of May 2019. The MP board exam Class 12 results are also out today. Candidates can now check online at the official website for results. Almost 11.48 lakh students appeared for the class 10 exams. The pass percentage is down by 5%. Meanwhile, both the students who topped in the MP Board Exams have scored about 499 marks out of 500, amounting to about 99.80%.
Pass Percentage 2020 Vs 2019
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Guide to Checking MP Board Class 10 2020 Results
Students can check the results at mpbse.nic.in. They can also know the process of calculating the CGPA from the grade points.
How to check for Results online?
- First, log into the official website. (For illustration purpose screenshots added are from previous years)
- Click on the Results category to the left top side of the page.
- Click on the HSC(Class 10th) Examination RWL Result 2020
- Enter your Roll number and Application number in space given and enter submit.
- The result will be displayed online.