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CBSE 10th Result 2018, CBSE Class 10 Result 2018,

CBSE Board Exam 2018
CBSEExam NameExam Dates 2018Exam Result 2018 (Tentative)
CBSE 10th Board Exam5 March 2018 - 4 April, 2018May 2018
CBSE 12th Board Exam5 March 2018 - 13 April, 2018May 2018

CBSE Result 2018 Class 10 - CBSE Class X Result

April 18, 2018: The Central Board of Secondary Education has finished conducting the class 10th exams. The examinations started on the 5th of March 2018 and continued till the 4th of April 2018. If chatter is to be believed, the CBSE class 10th results 2018, will be declared in May 2018. The detailed time table for the board exams can be referred to here. To stay on top of all updates, stay tuned to this website. You can also log on to the official CBSE website or our newly launched Android app for updates.

The CBSE class X board exams saw 16.38 lakh students appear for them. There were 9,67,325 male candidates and 6,71,103 female candidates for the class X exams that were being conducted across 4,453 centres. This is the first year after 2009 that the class X exams are to be conducted mandatorily. In 2009, the HRD ministry had deemed the class X board exams optional as a part of the Comprehensive and Continuous Evaluation (CCE) system.

CBSE 10th Result 2018 - Important Dates, Facts & Figures

Name Of Examination Authority: Central Board Of Secondary Education

Name Of Exam: CBSE Class 10th Board Exam 2018

CBSE 10th Exam Dates: 5th March to 4th April 2018

CBSE 10th Result 2018: Expected in May, 2018

Total Number Of Students: 16,38,428

Number Of Male Candidates: 9,67,325

Number Of  Female Candidates: 6,71,103

Total Number Of Exam Centres: 4,453

Exam Centres Outside India: 78

In March 2018, CBSE initially announced the re-examination for two papers, the Economics paper for class XII and the Math paper for class X. This announcement came in the midst of rumours of paper leaks. An update on 29th March 2018, from the Union HRD Minister, said that the re-test dates would be announced on 2nd or 3rd of April, 2018, but the Central Board of Secondary Education on 30th March 2018, announced that the CBSE class 12th Economics re-exam would take place on the 25th of April, 2018. Back then the class 10th Math paper leak was still undergoing a probe. The final decision on whether or not the exam will be conducted again was still to be taken. The board has since decided to not reconduct the exam as the leak was restricted to a few alleged beneficiaries.

CBSE 10th Result 2018

How to Check the CBSE Class 10 Result for 2018

The CBSE class 10th boards were conducted till recently. They started on the 5 of March 2018 and continued till the 4 April 2018. The CBSE Class 10th Result 2018 declaration date is expected to be around the end of May 2018. Students appearing for the class 10th exams can check their CBSE class X result here by following the steps listed below.
  • Visit
  • Click through to the CBSE section
  • Go to the CBSE Class 10 section
  • Look for the link which says CBSE 10th result 2018
  • Click on the link and enter the required details to get your CBSE 10th result 2018

  • To check your results this year, you can also download our Android app.

These are not the only methods to check the results for class X. Listed below are some more methods that you can use to check your results.
  • IVR: An IVR system give you access to your results via a call charged at 30p per minute for every roll number
  • SMS: Students can receive their results on their phones with this service, charged at 50p per SMS
  • DigiLocker: Access the CBSE board results and mark sheets via a digital locker for which the student's account details are sent via SMS
  • Official School Websites: Access your school's websites which may post the CBSE class X board results

Once you check your results, you can download a soft copy of the CBSE class 10th results and take a printout of the same. This can be used for any admission process but the mark sheet thus downloaded will be a provisional mark sheet and not considered an original mark sheet, which can only be issued by CBSE and received from the school.

Grading Scheme for CBSE Class X

Starting 2010, the Central Board of Secondary Education started a new way of scoring. This was the CGPA or Cumulative Grade Point Average system of grading. This move was a step to reduce comparisons and ensure that students who have a very small margin of difference in their marks, are in the same grade band. The CGPA system also eliminated issues caused due to evaluation errors.

Given below the marks to the grade allocation:

CBSE Class 10 Grading Scheme
Marks ObtainedGrade AllotedGrade Point Alloted (GPA)

To pass class X exams, a student has to score at least a D grade in every subject. In 2015, 75,000 students scored a perfect 10 and in 2016, 1.4 lakh students scored a perfect 10. While it is not essential to understand how to score your CGPA as it is mentioned on the mark sheet, but in case you do want to calculate the same, you can follow the steps listed below:
  • Take the grade points for the five main subjects. For example, subject 1: 8, subject 2: 9, subject 3: 10, subject 4: 9, and subject 5: 8
  • Add these together. For example, 8+9+10+9+8
  • Divide the sum figure by 5. For example 44/5 = 8.8
  • The CGPA is 8.8

To calculate the percentage received, all you need to do is multiply the CGPA with 9.5. For example 8.8*9.5=83.6%

Class 10 CBSE Results - Statistics from 2017 and Historic Data

In 2017, the CBSE class 10th results were declared in the month of June, on 3rd June 2017. The delay in result declaration was attributed to the elections that were held in 5 states. This year, in 2018, the results are not expected to be delayed and will probably be released in May itself.

Last year 16,67,573 students registered for the class X board exams with CBSE. The overall pass percentage in 2017 was 90.95%, a fall of almost 5% from 2016. If you looked at regionally, Trivandrum region had the highest pass percentage at 99.85, followed by Madras at 99.62 and Allahabad at 98.23 percent. Delhi fared badly, recording a pass percentage of 78.09 percent against 2016's 91.06 percent, a fall of 13.67 percent.

In the table below are some other stats related to the results for 2017 which can help determine the pattern for results in 2018.

cbse performance percentage 10th

CBSE 10th Board Exam - Last Year Statistics 2017
Exam Date9 March - 3 April, 2017
Number of Exam Centres3,974
Board based8,84,710
School based7,82,863
Result Date3 June, 2017
No of candidates16,68,427
Pass %93.06%

In 2017, the overall pass percentage of the 16.6 lakh students who appeared for class X exams was 90.95%. This year, as per official numbers, 16.38 students are appearing for the class X board exams. The pass percentage for previous years, and a study of them can help us estimate what the pass percentage for this year's batch may be.

CBSE Pass Percentage 10th

CBSE Class 10 Result - Previous Year Statistics
YearOverall Pass %Boys %Girls %No. of students

CBSE Pass Percentage 10th

Where to Check the CBSE 10th Result 2018

Students who have given their class 10th & 12th exams in the academic year 2017-18 can check their CBSE 12th Result 2018 & 10th Class Result and other result-related notifications on the official CBSE website,, on, or on our recently launched Android app.

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About CBSE - Central Board of Secondary Education

The apex board of education in India with not just a pan-India jurisdiction but also a global presence with nearly 141 affiliated schools across 21 countries, CBSE grants affiliation to schools up to higher secondary level and develops common curriculum keeping nationwide requirements in focus. You can get all the information you want about this apex board here. Given its present name in 1953, the Central Board of Secondary Education or CBSE was reconstituted in the year 1962 after its jurisdiction was expanded. The board is regulated by the Ministry of HRD, currently headed by Mr. Prakash Javadekar.

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