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Meghalaya MBOSE SSLC and HSSLC Arts Results 2024| 5 Dariya News

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24 May 2024

The results for the 10th class SSLC and 12th class HSSLC Arts streams for 2024 have been released by the Meghalaya Board of School Education (MBOSE). The performance data, important takeaways from this year's results, and comprehensive instructions on how students may check their results are all included in this article. 

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How to Check MBOSE SSLC and HSSLC Results 2024

Students can use the official MBOSE website to view their results. Take these actions to ensure a smooth experience:

   1. Go to the official MBOSE website: Proceed to

   2. Choose the Correct Link: To view the SSLC or HSSLC results, click the link.

   3. Enter the necessary information. Enter your roll number and any further required information.

   4. See and get the download: Your findings will be shown after they have been submitted. You can print the download for your records in the future.

Performance Highlights

This year, the overall pass percentage for both SSLC and HSSLC Arts has shown a notable improvement. Key statistics include:

   - SSLC Pass Percentage of 2024: The pass rate for SSLC students has increased by 5% compared to last year, reaching 78%.

   - HSSLC Arts Pass Percentage of 2024: The Arts stream saw a pass rate of 81%, a significant rise from the previous year's 76%.

Top Performers and Merit List

With their exceptional results, the top scorers in the SSLC and HSSLC Arts exams have raised the bar. Students who have achieved distinction are listed on the merit list.

   - SSLC 2024 Exam Topper: 98% was the top scorer's impressive accomplishment.

   - HSSLC 2024 Exam Arts Topper: The top student in the Arts stream scored 95%, showcasing excellence in their academic pursuits.

Important Details for Students

   - Reevaluation Procedure: Students who are dissatisfied with their scores may request another evaluation. There will be deadlines and comprehensive instructions on the MBOSE website.

   - extra tests: Next month's extra tests are planned for individuals who did not pass. Details about registration will be available soon.

Trends and Insights

This year’s results reflect several positive trends:

   - Better Pass Rates: Higher overall pass rates are a sign of pupils' increased proficiency and readiness.

   - Improved Support Systems: Higher success rates can be attributed to the extra help that schools have offered, such as counseling and internet resources.

   - Subject-wise Performance: Targeted efforts in English and Mathematics resulted in the largest improvements in pass rates.

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