The West Bengal Board will publish the result for the Madhyamik Class 10 (SSC) exam on the 10th of May 2016.

Pupils can avail the results and view online on the WBBSE’s Official website. These numbers would be up on the Internet for followers at 10:00 a.m. IST.

To view their scorecards, students need to visit the WBBSE site wbresults.nic.in. Once on the appropriate page, you will need to enter your Registration No and click on ‘Submit’ button.

If you do not remember the number, you can alternately look up the marks by entering in your name or your email address.

This will display the student’s scorecard on the screen. The website will also provide the added functionality of letting the user either ‘save’ a copy or ‘print’ the marks card for future reference.

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Those who wish to receive an SMS alert about their scores can do so by registering at exametc.com.

These SMS’s shall be sent out to registered entities after the announcement is made on the online portal.

Another way of checking your scores on a mobile is by texting WB10 with space and the students ten digit roll no to either 58888711 or 56263.

You will get all the details of the scorecard about the mentioned account. This service too will be available post 10:00 a.m. after the results have been made known.

The SSC examinations were conducted between the 1st and 10th of February 2016, and students from the academic year 2015-16 can expect to see their results finally.

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Over five lakh schoolchildren appeared for the Madyamik exams this year, and the WB Board is expecting to clock an overall success rate of at least 84.50 percent.

The year 2014 saw a pass percentage of 78.45% while 2015 witnesses a slight increase at 81.80%.

Since all the candidates will be logging at the same time to get their marks, the website may respond slowly or sometimes doesn't open at all. Students can log in after some time again.

Many other states like Delhi, Mizoram and Kerala also are expected to make the announcement in a couple of days.

We wish all those who have given their test all the best! #Education