Tamil Nadu Board 2018 examination was conducted under the guidance of the Directorate of Government Examinations (DGE), Tamil Nadu, between March 1 and April 6, 2018, across the state at 2,794 exam centres. He also said that "The practice of announcing the first three rank holders at the state and district level is being done away with'".
How was the overall performance at TN Result 2018 for Class 12th HSC? As per latest information, the Tamil Nadu board has declared the results, recording an overall pass percentage of 91.1%. The girls have outperformed boys by registering 94.1 per cent while boys have scored 87.7 per cent. In last year's TN HSC exam, 8.22 lakh of the 8.93 lakh cleared the exam, which was a 92.1%. From the 8,60,434 who took the 2018 TN HSC exam through schools, 4,00,179 were boys and 4,60,255 were girls.
According to the official news the board is likely to be declared TN 12th Board Result 2018 with Merit list today on 16 May 2018 at official website. Students need to visit their respective institutes to collect the official mark sheet and other documents provided by the board.
Students who have not secured the pass mark can re-appear for their exams on June 25.
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Take the print out of the Tamil Nadu 12th Results 2017 copy for future reference.
To get the notification about the Tamil Nadu Board Result 2018, register on the above-given links.
Follow the simple steps provided below to easily access your Tamil Nadu board Plus two Class 12th board result 2018.
The plus one results are scheduled to be released on May 30.
Tamil Nadu Board of Secondary Education, TNBSE was set up in 1910, and was carved out as a separate entity of Directorate of Government Examinations under the Department of Education, Government of Tamil Nadu. The scores from the class 12 board examinations are used by universities to determine eligibility and as a cut-off for admissions into their programmes.