TN SSLC Result 2018: The TN SSLC Result 2018 for class 10th examination has been declared by the Directorate of Government Examinations (DGE) Tamil Nadu. Tamil Nadu Education Minister K.A. Sengottaiyan declared the result for Class 10 SSLC exam. Students will now be able to check their respective scores on the official websites. The overall pass percentage for students has been recorded at 94.5 per cent. Girls have outperformed boys this year as well. The overall pass percentage for girls stood at 96.4 per cent as against boys who scored 92.5 per cent. The top scoring district was Sivagangai with 98.5 per cent. Also Read - UK Variant Dominant in North India, Double Mutant in Maharashtra, Gujarat; COVID Spreads Tentacles in Southern States | Highlights

The candidates can check their TN SSLC Result 2018 at the official websites —, and Students are advised to keep their roll number as well as other relevant details in hand while checking their result. Also Read - Tamil Nadu Election Results 2021: Here's Full List of Winners Constituency-wise

Students may take a note of the following steps needed to check their TN SSLC 2018 Result. Also Read - Melur Election Result 2021: AIADMK's Periyapullan P Alias Selvam Wins

 TN SSLC Result 2018: Steps to check results at

Step 1: Open the Tamil Nadu Board’s official website-

Step 2: Click on ‘TN SSLC Result 2018 Result’, on the home page.

Step 3: Enter your roll number and other relevant details as required.

Step 4: Download your result.

Step 5: Take a print out and keep it for future use.

The Tamil Nadu Class 10 exam began on April 16 and ended on April 20 this year. This year, nearly 100,1140 lakh students have appeared for the class 10th examination. Last year, a total of 9,82,097 students had appeared for the exams in Tamil Nadu and the results had been released on May 19. Among them, 94.4 per cent students passed the exam and girls with a pass percentage of 94.5 per cent outshone boys who had a pass percentage of 89.3 per cent. A total of 5059 schools had scored 100 per cent.

This year, the state education department is not releasing the names of toppers and their ranks so as to spare the students from mental harassment.