The tamil nadu board examinations started on March 1 and ended on April 6 this year. The education minister of the state, KA Sengottaiyan also stated that the overall pass percentage of this academic year is 91.1 percent, which is a slight dip in the passing percentage compared to last year. Last year, the overall pass percentage was 92.1 per cent, with the girls outperforming the boys. Following the national trend, girls had performed better than the boys with a 94.5% pass percentage in comparison to 89.3%.
"According to the reports of NDTV, the Tamil Nadu Board will not release the toppers" list this year in order to reduce the mental stress among the students. Students awaiting TNBSE HSC Result 2018 will be able to check the outcome after the official announcement made by the board. The result analysis will provide the exact picture of performance of students across the state.
The Directorate of Government Examinations (DGE), Tamil Nadu is scheduled to declare the Higher Secondary Class (HSC)/Class 12 results on 16 May.
Students are kindly advised that the online results are not to be treated as a substitute to the original mark sheets.
In 2017, 893,262 students took the HSc exam in the state and 822,838 passed. The Tamil Nadu Board Examination for Higher Secondary first-year students began on 7th March 2018. Candidates can also check official website www.tnresults.nic.in for all result updates.
The plus one results are scheduled to be released on May 30. The scores from the class 12 board examinations are used by universities to determine eligibility and as a cut-off for admissions into their programmes.
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