Maharashtra Board Result: Students who have appeared for Maharashtra board exam and are waiting for the result, must know that the Board will declare the result on or after May 25, 2018. Maharashtra board result will be declared for all the three streams-Science, Commerce and Arts. It will be declared online and the link to check the same will be updated here. Maharashtra HSC exam 2018 was conducted from February 21 to March 20. Before the declaration of the result, students must keep 5 things at their fingertips to prevent any hassle. Go through this article to know the 5 things that students must know before checking Maharashtra Board result.

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5 things to know before checking Maharashtra Board Result


1) Details required while checking Maharashtra Board Result

Students must keep in their mind that they will have to enter their roll number and mother’s name to check their Maharashtra HSC result. After entering these details, Maharashtra HSC result will be displayed on the screen.


2) Check for updates

As students are having sleepless night waiting for the Maharashtra board result to be declared, they must know that they have an option to look for updates on the same on this web portal. Students should also be aware of the fact that the result will be visible to them only through online mode and they need to follow a certain steps to check the same.


3) Analysis of previous result trends

Students waiting for Maharashtra HSC result should go through the analysis of Maharashtra board results for the past few years. Upon doing so, they can find the number of students who appeared, overall pass percentage, girl’s and boy’s pass percentage. Through such analysis, students can have a fair idea of the upcoming Maharashtra Board result.

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4) Steps to check Maharashtra HSC Result

Knowing the steps beforehand to check Maharashtra HSC result will come in handy to students who have appeared in the exam. Maharashtra Board result will be declared in the online mode and following the steps given below will help students conveniently check the result.


Step 1: Click on the link to be provided below after the declaration of the result 

Step 2: After clicking on the screen, result page will appear on the screen 

Step 3: Choose the Stream-Select your stream from Arts, Commerce or Science. 

Step 4: Enter your credentials such as ‘Roll Number’ and ‘Mother’s First Name’ and click the button ‘View Result’. 

Step 5: The Maharashtra Board HSC Result 2018 will reflect on the screen 

Step 6: Take a hard copy and keep it for future reference


5) Verification of marks 

After the declaration of Maharashtra Board HSC result, candidates with doubts regarding their marks can apply for revaluation or verification of marks. The application form is available online on the Board's website. Candidates have to submit the form to the Departmental Secretary. The fee for revaluation is Rs. 300 per subject whereas verification fee is Rs. 50 per subject. This fee can be paid via Demand Draft (DD) or challan.


About Board

Maharashtra Board was established in 1966 and conducts as well as declares results for HSC (12th class) and Maharashtra SSC (10th Class) exams. 7,000 HSC schools are affiliated to the Maharashtra State Board. More than 14 lakh students appear in Maharashtra HSC exam. In 2017, 14,29,478 students had appeared in HSC exam. The overall pass percentage was 89.50. Boys’ pass percentage was 93.20 whereas girls secured 86.65. 

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