The results of the Tamil Nadu State Eligibility Test (TNSET) have been declared today.
The exam was held on February 21 this year. Aspirants appeared for the exam across 16 centres and wrote the exam for 25 subjects in total.
The exam had three papers. Paper one and paper two are of 100 marks while paper three is of 150 marks.
The TNSET has declared on its result portal that the mobile number that candidates enter in the result page will be used as the registered number for the generation of the one-time password (OTP). This number cannot be changed once given.
The TNSET also states that it is compulsory for all candidates to have their registered IDs and roll numbers in place to have access to the results.
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According to the official notification, if a candidate has only his or her roll number or registration number and wants the other number then they may write to the TNSET at firstname.lastname@example.org with details such as roll number or registration number, subject exam appeared location as well as mobile number. The TNSET will reply within 48 hours after verification so as to enable you to access your result.
Steps to check the Tamil Nadu TNSET results 2016:
Log on to the official website for TNSET results, setresult2016.in/tnset_result/
Enter your registration number, roll number, subject opted for and location where you have given the exam. You also need to enter your mobile number as well as your email address.
Check whether you have entered all your details correctly.
After checking all details, click on “Go”
Your result will be made available