CBSE 10th Result 2015 – Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced Class 10th 2015 Result on May 28. Candidates who have appeared for CBSE Class 10th Board Exams between the dates – March 2 and March 26, 2015 can check their Class 10th 2015 Result of CBSE in this page below through the official CBSE link.
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Let us have Highlights of Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class 10 Board Exams –
CBSE Class X Board Exams were held between March 2 and March 26, 2015
As many as 1373853 candidates had registered for Class 10 Board Exams across the nation
A total of 2655 candidates have registered under Special Categories
A total number of 14047 schools and 3537 centres have participated in Class 10 Board Exams
How to check CBSE Class X Result – CBSE Class 10 Board Exam Results 2015 can be checked in this page through the official link of Central Board of Secondary Education link. Candidates will need to provide their CBSE Class X (Secondary School Examination) Exam Roll Number to check their Class 10 Board Results 2015.
Candidates can follow the below steps to Download Class 10 Board Exam Results –
Click on CBSE official link provided below
As you are re-directed to CBSE Class 10th Board Exam Results page, provided the necessary details
Provide your CBSE Class X Board Exam Roll Number
Click on ‘Submit’ button
Download Class 10 Board Exam Results
Click here to check and Download CBSE Class X Result 2015
CBSE Class 10 Board Exam Facts and Figures – The below pictograms will help you in understanding the Class 10 Board Exam (Secondary School Examination) Highlights in a better way –
Number of candidates registered for CBSE Class X Boards – The below pictogram provides you an overview of the total number of candidates who have registered for CBSE Class X Board Exams in two consecutive years – 2015 and 2014
Increase in percentage of candidates from that of 2014 who registered for CBSE Class X Boards – The below pictogram provides you an overview of the increase in percentage of boys and girls who have registered for CBSE Class X Board Exams in two consecutive years – 2015 and 2014
Number of candidates registered for CBSE Class X Boards under Special Category – The below pictogram provides you an overview of the total number of candidates who have registered under Special Category in two consecutive years – 2015 and 2014
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As per CBSE guidelines, there is no mention of a methodology for cancelling your improvement examination or nullify your candidature for the improvement examination. However, what you can do is you can skip the improvement examination only if you do not want to appear for the examination.
CBSE generates two separate marksheets for improvement candidates: one during the normal attempt of the examination and the other after the improvement examination which carries the marks of the improvement examination, thus you can show the mark sheet of your first or normal attempt and that way there is no evidence to prove the fact that you applied for the improvement examination. But do keep in mind that you must have an explanation for the academic gap that you are going to have between class X and class XII as that might be asked in your future places of academic enrollment.
yes you can opt for biocomputer after having maths at class 10.At class 10 leve basics are taught so can easily copeup with that.
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