CBSE results: Will 10th’s get their results today?

CBSE results: After a sudden declaration of 12th board result, the 10th’s may have many a frightful nights out of their result worries and are eagerly waiting for it with the internet full of searches related to ‘results’ .So here, we have got a few good news for the 10th’s and a potential date for their result’s declaration. Also we shall keep you updated about the developments herein.

With a whooping 88.76% of students qualifying their 12th boards, an increment of over 5% from the last year, there’s a ray of hope for the 10th who’re in a deep state of suspense about their results which is expected to be out before 15th of July, most probably on 14th.

With no prior notice at all, CBSE released its 12th board results today on 13th of July, with a very satisfying response from the students. With a passing increment of over 5% from the last year, it’s very evident that the copy checking process had been lenient, although there’s no such official statement made by the CBSE. Almost every year, 10th’s passing percentage has been higher than that of 12th’s, so going by that speculation and considering the fact that passing percentage of 12th had been the all time Higher this year, it’s evident that 10ths are gonna pass this academic year with flying colours. Moreover, since the results have been out very late this year and amid this pandemic its way too risky to even consider for the compartment exams for those who fail to qualify on one of their five main subjects right away, so the board might make a little extra effort to try qualify those students who fail to do so, with the shortage of a few marks.

When will the 10th results be declared?

Sources in the concerned department have ascertained that both the 10th’s and 12th’s result is gonna be out before 15th of July, and since 12th’s results were out today, there’s a great possibility of having the 10th result out by tommorow.

Where to Check CBSE Class 10 Result 2020


The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will upload the scorecards on the official website. It is often seen that students come across many difficulties while checking the examination result. In this regard, the CBSE Board has made elaborate arrangements to publish them online on their official website i.e., cbse.nic.in and cbseresults.nic.in. In order to help students check their CBSE Class 10 Result 2020 easily without any delays, we would be providing a direct link to the result page here. The direct link to check the CBSE 10th Result 2020 will be made available on this page as soon as it is officially announced by the board. From this link, you will be directly taken to the official page of the CBSE Result website where you can check your CBSE 10th Result.

How to Check CBSE 10 Result 2020 Online
Soon after the official declaration of the results, the students can visit the board’s website to check their scorecard. We understand that you would be going through a deep emotional turmoil while checking your CBSE 10th Class Result. Considering the importance that the CBSE Result 2020 holds, it is natural to be nervous about the outcome of this exam. However, to avoid any last minute confusion that may cause a delay in result checking process, we request all the students to go through the simple steps given below that will help them to check their CBSE 10th Result 2020.

Step 1: Visit cbseresults.nic.in
Step 2: Click on the direct link to the official CBSE Result website
Step 2: Enter your admit card details and other important information
Step 3: Click on the submit button
Once you click on the submit button, your CBSE Result 2020 for Class 10 will be displayed on the computer screen. From here, you will also have the option to either download a softcopy of the scorecard or get a physical printed copy of the mark sheet for future reference.

Good luck for the results guys..! At last, all that matters is how much you’ve worked for it, not what you get out of it. Result or percentage doesn’t matter if you’re truly determined and motivated towards your goal. If you’ve worked hard, it shall certainly fructify and if it doesn’t fructify this time, then work hard the next time. Good luck..!

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