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CBSE 10th exam result: Social Science sees max students score 100% followed by maths

Thanks to the objective-type questions and leniency in examining papers, it is now possible to score 100% even in subjects such as social science and languages

New Delhi: The CBSE 10th exam results of 2019 were announced on 6 May. A student may check his or her result on cbseresults.nic.in. This time, 11,267 students secured 100 marks in the subject of social science in CBSE Class 10, followed by 9,614 students who scored full in mathematics.

The CBSE or board exam results for Class 10 saw 13 toppers in 2019, all of whom scored 499 out of 500 marks. Click on the link below to see the figure of students who scored 100 marks in the subject.

In CBSE 10th result 2019, a total of 91% of students have passed. Girls’ performance has as usual been better than that of boys, as 92.45% of girls have passed whereas 90.14% of boys have. That is, the girls’ results were 2.31% better than the boys.

On Monday afternoon at around 2:30 PM, the CBSE 10th result was made available on cbseresults.nic.in. Students can check their results by entering their roll number, date of birth, school number, centre number and admit card ID here. CBSE announced the 10th result in just 38 days.

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