SSC, equivalent exam results Published with an average pass rate of 77.77
SSC, equivalent exam results Published with an average pass rate of 77.77. Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid handed a summary of the exam results to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at the Ganabhaban at 10am.
Results of SSC, equivalent exams published with an average pass rate of 77.77pc and 110,629 get GPA 5.
Last year, over 80 percent of students passed SSC and equivalent exams. A total of 102,845 students passed with a GPA of 5.0.
Boys pass rate 76.71% and girls are 78.85% .
Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid is scheduled to announce a summary of the results of the secondary exams at a press conference at the secretariat at 1pm. Individual results will be available to students at 2pm on educationboradresults website.
The theoretical SSC and equivalent exams were held between Feb 1 and Feb 25, while the practical exams were held between Feb 26 and Mar 4.
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Check Result by SMS :
Type ‘SSC/DAKHIL<space>the first three letters of the board’s name<space>student’s roll number<space>2018’ and send the message to 16222 to receive the results in an SMS response.
The results will also be available on the education boards’ website, educationboardresults.gov.bd.
Review Your Results :
Requests to review exam results can be made through state-run mobile operator Teletalk between May 7 to 13.
To review the results, students or their guardians can type ‘RSC<space>the first three letters of the board’s name<space>roll number<space>subject code’ and send the SMS to 16222.
An SMS response will inform the sender of the revision fee and provide them with a personal identification number or PIN.
If the sender agrees, they can type ‘RSC<space>YES<space>the PIN number<space>a mobile contact number’ and send the SMS to 16222.
For every subject and every paper to be reviewed, Tk 125 will be charged. A fee of Tk 250 will be charged for subjects with two papers.
More than one subject can be reviewed through the same SMS by separating their subject codes with a comma.