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The West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) has declared the Class 10 or Madhyamik Result 2018 on June 6 at 10 am. The Class 10 results are now available on the official website of the Board - and According to reports, the overall pass percentage is 85.49 per cent this year. More than 11 lakh students had appeared for the Class 10 examinations this year. A total of 6,21,366 girls appeared for West Bengal Madhyamik examination while the number of boys were 4,81,555. The West Bengal Board or WBBSE had conducted the Class 10 or Madhyamik Examinations between March 12 and March 21. The Board had declared the Class 10 results on May 27 in 2017.


Exam Name

Exam Date

Exam Result Date

West Bengal

WBBSE Board Madhyamik Exam

12th March- 21st March

6th June 2018

WBCHSE Board 12th Exam

27th March- 11th April

8th June 2018

*tentative dates

If you are looking for WB Board 10th Result 2018 updates, then you've landed on the right page. According to the most recent buzz from the WBBSE office, the board will release the result once the examination is completed. However, there has been no word yet from the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) regarding the announcement of Class 10th result 2018. Our site provides all the updates about WB Board 10th Result 2018, here, on this page. The students can, likewise, have the option to check their WB 10th Result 2018, online, through this page also. 

Madhyamik Result WB Previous Year 2017 Statistics

The marks of all the students who have appeared in the 10th Class Exam will depend on the way they will perform in the examination. But the past year statistics can give the students an idea of their expected scores in the WB Board 10th Result 2018. This way they can keep a realistic approach towards WBBSE Result 2018, rather than having high expectations. Below, we are providing some statistics from the year 2017, to help them assess their expected WB Board 10th Result 2018 scores.

In 2017, around 11 lakh students enrolled in the WB 10th Examination out of which 9,80,355 candidates appeared for the examination. The total pass percentage was 85.65%, which was higher than the previous year.

WB Class 10 Result - Highlights

Candidates appeared


Candidates qualified


Total pass percentage


Pass percentage of boys


Pass percentage of girls



Looking at the statistics in the above table, it seems like that there is still scope for students to surpass the previous year record by putting up an excellent performance in this year's board exams. Even the WBBSE is hoping that the students will showcase a better success ratio in the WBBSE Result 2018.

Previous Year and This Year Result Date

Right now, there is no official declaration from the side of West Bengal Board, regarding the Class 10th Board Exam Result.  We are expecting that the WBBSE Result 2018 will be declared in May/June. Last year, the result was declared on May 27, 2017.

However, this is a merely speculative timeline and the official date will be announced soon by the West Bengal Board through an official notification. Our team will provide these updates regularly on our website. So, the students who want to stay updated with the latest news should bookmark this page and visit it regularly.

Where to Check WBBSE Result 2018

For making it a little easier for students to check the result, we will be providing the WB 10th Result 2018 on this page, after they are formally announced by the West Bengal Board. Alongside this, the WB Class 10th Result will likewise be accessible on the official site of the board, i.e. However, the official site might get slow due to the heavy traffic. If something like that happens, the students can check the result on our page.

WB 10th Result 2018: How to Check

If you want us to keep you updated with all the West Bengal Board updates, do register yourself by filling the form available on the top of this page. We'll also help you in accessing the results easily, without any hassle.  Here are some steps to check the result:

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Finally, view and download WBBSE Result 2018

The students are advised to download the PDF of the mark sheet and take a printout. In case, if any unfortunate student fails to qualify in any paper, he/she will be given an opportunity to apply for the supplementary examination to improve their scores in WB Class 10 Result 2018. 

About West Bengal Board of Secondary Education

The West Bengal Board of Secondary Education was established through the West Bengal Secondary Education Act, 1950, though it started functioning only around the year 1951. The West Bengal Board of Secondary Education is entrusted with responsibilities such as providing the curriculum for affiliated schools, monitoring the implementation of education policies and conducting yearly West Bengal Board Madhyamik Examination. Each year, around 10 lakh plus students take the West Bengal Board Madhyamik Examination.

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