PSEB 10th Result 2018 Date: The Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) is likely to declare its class 10th examination results anytime soon. However, no official date has yet been confirmed by the Board. As per News 18, the PSEB 10th Result 2018 may be declared before May 10. Meanwhile, several other reports state that the class 10 result might be declared on May 10 itself. The confusion regarding the declaration of PSEB 10th Result date still prevails. Also Read - Punjab Board Exam 2021: PSEB releases Exam Date Sheet for Class 5, 8, 10 and 12 At, Download Now

The results will however once released will be put on the Punjab Board’s official website- Likewise, students may check their results at as well as on Once the PSEB 10th Result 2018 is released, students may follow these steps to check their result. Also Read - PSEB Class 10 Board Exams 2020: Students to be Promoted Based on Their Pre-boards Result

Steps to check PSEB 10th Result 2018:

  1. Visit the Punjab Board official website-
  2. Click on the ‘PSEB Class 10th Result 2018’ link which will appear on the home page.
  3. Enter your relevant details such as roll number etc.
  4. Your result will be displayed on screen.
  5. Take a print out and keep it for future reference.

Apart from checking it official website and, students may also check PSEB 10th result 2018 can be checked on various apps that one may find on Google apps. Over 4.5 lakh students appeared for PSEB class 10th exams this year which was conducted from March 12 to March 31 from 10 am to 1.15 pm. Also Read - PSEB Board Exams 2020 Postponed Due to Coronavirus, New Dates to be Announced Soon

Meanwhile, PSEB spokesperson Hargunjit Kaur said that students must be patient as the PSEB 10th result 2018 will be declared soon. She asked both the students and parents to not believe in rumours and added that people spreading fake news regarding the result date will be taken to task. This year, the Punjab Board also did away with the marks moderation system.

In 2017, PSEB Class 10 exam results were declared on May 23 in which a total of 3.30 lakh students appeared. At least 57 per cent of students passed last year.