As Tamil Nadu board declared their class 12th exam results today, Twitter is up with some motivational quotes and a relatable hashtag; #Plus2Result! Here are few inspiring tweets for all the TN HSC +2 candidates:

One from the Tamil actor Vijay!

Of course! It's just the beginning.

And some more..

Rightly said!

All the best to all the students!

The Directorate of Government Examinations declared the Tamil Nadu Board class 12th results today at a press conference. The results for HSC +2 are live now, students can check their score from the official website; The site may take time to respond, in which case students are recommended to keep their calm and try again later. Candidates can also check their scores from other third-party web portals such as and 



As the TN board declared their class 12th board results; a total if 6,754 schools scored 100 percent results. Virudhunagar secures top position with 97 percent pass percentage followed by Erode with 96.3 percent pass. 

Tamil Nadu Board Directorate of Government Examinations (TNBDGE) declared its class 12th board exam results. Girls outperformed boys securing an overall pass percentage of 94.1 percent whereas 87.7 percent boys passed the TN HSC +2 exams 2018. 

Tamil Nadu Board announced its class 12th results 2018 at a press conference today. The overall pass percentage this year stood at 91.1 percent. 

The Tamil Nadu Board has declared HSC +2 exam results 2018 a while ago before its declaration time which was 9:30. Apart from the official website; students can also know their scores by visiting other third-party web portals such as, Candidates will shortly be able to check their results. 

The Tamil Nadu Board Directorate of Government Examinations (TNBDGE) declared its class 12th examination results on its official website. Students can check their score using their roll numbers and visiting; 

Tamil Nadu Board is likely to declare its class 12th board exam results anytime soon. In 2017, the overall pass percentage for HSC +2 exam results stood at 92.1 percent. 

The Tamil Nadu Board Directorate of Government Examinations (TNBDGE) will declare TN class 12th examination results today at 9:30 am. Students who belong to the TN board for the academic year 2017-18 will be able to check their results from the official website of TNBDGE; The Tamil Nadu HSC +2 exams were conducted by DGE from March 1 to April 6 at around 2,794 examination centres across the state. Quoting media reports, a total of 8.66 lakh students appeared for TN HSC board examination 2018.

Once declared, it is recommended to students to provide their roll number given on the admit card and check the results carefully. They must also keep in mind that the results published on net only serves immediate information. The original marksheets will be given to them by their respective school authorities. “Neither NIC nor the Directorate is responsible for any inadvertent error that may have crept in the results being published on Net. The results published on Net are for immediate information to the examinees. These cannot be treated as original mark sheets,” reads the board’s notification. Apart from the official website; other third-party websites such as, will also host the TN HSC +2 exam results 2018.

Steps to check your TN HSC +2 results 2018:

1. Visit the official website;

2. Once results go live, you will come across a link stating HSC +2 examination results. Click the link.

3. Enter your roll number and other details in the given field.

4. Your TN class 12th results 2018 will be displayed on the computer screen.

5. Download and take a print out of the same for future references.

The toppers name will not be disclosed this year. In a major step, the Tamil Nadu Board decided not to announce the names of rank holders as the education department believes that this pave to unhealthy competition among students. “CBSE is already following this, and why because other students who get even one mark less (than the rank holders) face severe stress. The practice of announcing the first three rank holders at the state and district level is being done away with,” School Education Minister KA Sengottaiyan was quoted in an earlier report.