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CBSE Class 10th, 12th Results 2022: Before CBSE board results are declared, here’s all you need to know

CBSE Class 10, 12 results 2022: To check term 2 results of class 10 and class 12, students can visit the official website —,, or

CBSE, CBSE FAQThis year, the Board divided the academic year into two parts — term 1 and term 2. (Representative image)

CBSE Class 10th, 12th results 2022: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) concluded the class 10 and 12 exams recently, and the results will soon be declared on the official website — There may be confusion about where and when can students check their results, answers some of the most-searched questions.

Q. When will CBSE results be declared for classes 10 and 12?

Till now, the CBSE officials have not made any official announcement about the results of term 2 exams of class 10 and 12. A senior official has told The Indian Express that the results will be declared by July end. “The board is on track to advance the schedule. UG admission schedule of different institutions are kept in mind and CBSE is in touch with the concerned authorities to protect the interest of its students,” Sanyam Bhardwaj, Controller of Exams, CBSE told The Indian Express.

Once an official date has been announced, students will be able to find the latest updates here.

Q.  Where can students check their term 2 class 10, 12 results?

To check term 2 results of class 10 and class 12, students can visit the official website —,, or Additionally, updates will also be available on the official Twitter account of CBSE – @cbseindia29.

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Q. Which mobile apps can be used to check CBSE results?

Students have the option of checking their CBSE term 2 results via DigiLocker app or website or the UMANG app. Both the apps can be downloaded from the Play Store. Students have to key in the required credentials to log in and get access to their score card.

Q. Check CBSE Class 10 result via IVRS

For students who don’t have access to smartphones, CBSE will provide results through an interactive voice response system (IVRS). Through this, students can call on the number (CBSE is yet to reveal the phone number for IVRS) and ask their results. The number will be revealed before the results are announced.

Q. When were CBSE term 2 exams held?

This year, the term 2 exams for classes 10 and 12 took place between April 26 and May 24.


Q. What was the difference between the two terms this year?

This year, the Board divided the academic year into two parts — term 1 and term 2. Both term exams were held in offline mode this year. The difference, however, was that term 1 questions were objective in nature and students were given an OMR sheet to fill their answers. However, term 2 questions were subjective in nature.

Q. How were results calculated for class 10 in 2021?

In 2021, exams could not be conducted in a traditional manner due to an increase in Covid cases. So, as an alternate method of assessment, 20 marks were based on internal assessments which were conducted by schools, 10 marks were allotted to periodic/unit tests, 30 marks were allotted to half-yearly exams, and 40 marks were allotted to pre-board exam scores.

Q. What is the weightage of both terms in CBSE 2022 board exams results?

As of now, no official word has been passed on the weightage of both the terms of CBSE Board results. When the Board released the term 2 exam results, it was made clear that no student will be labelled as pass or fail on the basis of term 1 results. A consolidated mark sheet will be made available after term 2 results are announced. The evaluation criteria and weightage will be announced during the result declaration only.

First published on: 04-07-2022 at 09:59:08 am
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