PSEB Class 10 Results 2018: Speculations on Date Grows Online, No Official Confirmation by Punjab Board
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The Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) continues to delay its class 10th result date and timing. The speculations on the result date grows online. Few reports claim that Punjab Board pushed its result declaration date till May 10 whereas others are hinting next week. But it is recommended to students to not concentrate on such rumours as the board will notify a day earlier to the result date on their website; pseb.ac.in. Students are hence suggested to keep a tab on the official site of PSEB to know their class 10 results.

Over the course of the past few weeks, the date and time of result announcement for PSEB class 10 have been often changed and no official confirmation on the same is received. In response to the confusion regarding the announcement of results, PSEB spokesperson Hargunjit Kaur in an earlier report asked students and their parents to keep calm and not believe in rumours. Know everything about PSEB class 10th results 2018 here. 

Once declared, the students will be able to check their scores at the board’s official website. Due to huge traffic, there is a possibility of the official website to slow down in which case the students and their concerned parents must keep their calm. Other third-party web portals; examresults.net, indiaresults.com would also host PSEB class 10 results 2018.

Here are the quick steps to check PSEB class 10 results 2018:

1. Visit the official website; pseb.ac.in.

2. On the homepage, you will come across a link that reads—PSEB class 10 results 2018. Click the link.

3. You will be directed to a new page.

4. Enter exam roll number and other required details; click submit.

5. Your PSEB class 10 result will be displayed on the computer screen.

6. Download and take a print out of the same for future preferences.

Over 4.6 lakh students have appeared for PSEB class 10 exams in 2018. On April 23, the board declared the result of class 12 exams and the pass percentage recorded at 65.97 percent. It is to be noted that this year for the first time, the board abolished the “marks moderation system”. This new system allowed teachers to give grace marks to students so as to improve their final score that could result in a higher pass percentage at Punjab. After the result declaration, the board will handover the hardcopy of class 10 marksheets to its affiliated schools.