CBSE 10th Class Results 2018

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CBSE 10th Result 2018:

The CBSE Class 10 Result will be declared by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on May 30th.The CBSE Central Board of Secondary Education will announce the CBSE Class 10 Exam Results 2018 on its official website

The CBSE Class 10 examination was conducted by the CBSE Central Board of Secondary Education from 5 March - 4 April. The Class 10 CBSE results, CBSE Class 10 Result will also be available on the,
Earlier, there were reports that results of both CBSE Class 10 and CBSE class 12 would be delayed due to the massive paper leak scandal and subsequent Economics paper re-test on April 25. However, the board has refuted these allegations and said that the results will be announced on time.
In 2018, 16.38 lakh students appeared for the CBSE class X board exams. There are 9,67,325 male candidates and 6,71,103 female candidates for the class X exams that were conducted across 4453 centres. This year the class X exams is to be mandatory after a gap of 7 years. In 2009, the HRD ministry had deemed the class X board exams optional as a part of the Comprehensive and Continuous Evaluation (CCE) system.

How to check CBSE class 10th results:

  1. Logon to the Central Board of Secondary Education CBSE website
  2. Look for the link which says CBSE Class 10 Results 2018, CBSE Class 10 Result 2018
  3. Click on the lin which says CBSE Class 10 exam results 2018
  4. Enter your CBSE Roll number
  5. Download your result and keep it for future reference

CBSE Class 10 Result - Grading System (CGPA and Percentage Calculation in Mark-sheet):

Class 10th Grades will be subdivided as A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2, D, E1, and E2. Check how many marks obtained are equivalent to which grade.
Marks ObtainedEquivalent GradeGrade Points (GP)
Note: Students getting E1 or E2 grades will have to sit in re-examination within a month. However, students getting grade D will be considered pass in the exam.

CGPA Calculation for Class 10th:

CGPA stands for Cumulative Grade Point Average, which is overall grade point of the student mentioned on the report card and it can be used to calculate the overall percentage of the student.

How to Calculate CGPA?

This is quite simple. All you have to do is, add your Class 10 grade points of the main five subjects (Maths, Science, Social Science, English and Hindi), and then divide it by 5.
  1. Grade Points (GP) obtained in English= 8; Hindi= 9; SSC= 7; Maths= 9; Science= 8.
  2. Add the GP of these five subjects - 8+9+7+9+8= 41
  3. Divide it by 5 - 41/5= 8.2 (CGPA)

How to Convert CGPA into Percentage?

To convert your CGPA into percentage, multiply your CGPA by 9.5. Although the calculated percentage may not be correct in decimals, but this is the most accurate value of your CGPA into percentage.
Eg: In the case given above, the CGPA of the student is 8.2. So, his equivalent percentage will be 8.2 x 9.5 = 77.9%.

CBSE Class 10 Pass Percentage

The pass percentage of CBSE Class X is calculated every year based on a number of appearing students in Class 10 Exam and number of passing students.
Does CBSE pass all students who appear in Class 10? The answer is NO.
CBSE has a passing marks criterion of 33% for each subject. Any students who fail to score 33 percent marks in one or more subjects must reappear in the exam.
YearTotal CandidatesOverall Pass Percentage

What to Do After Checking CBSE Class 10 Results 2018?

As you have done your best in the examination, your results are going to be the best as well. However, if you don't get the desired scores you can apply for Rechecking, Compartment or Improvement Exam. You can download your Class X Mark sheet from Digilocker or CBSE official website. After this, you can apply for admission in Class 11th in your desired stream.
A student who fails in maximum two subjects can appear for compartment exams. Compartment exams take place between July and August. Students have to pass in the subjects to be declared 'Passed'.

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  • Velupala Ashwarya
  • 2018-May-15 11:01:52
My result
  • Ramu
  • 2018-May-12 16:09:34
good information