West Bengal Madhyamik Result 2018: The West Bengal Madhyamik Result 2018 is likely to be declared by June 2. The West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) is expected to declare the West Bengal Class 10 Results 2018 in the first week of June. There has been no official confirmation as of such up till now. The results for class 10th examination will be released by the West Bengal Board on its official website- wbbse.org as well as on wbresults.nic.in and examresults.net. Students may check their results on the above mentioned websites once the results are released. Also Read - West Bengal: Students of Class 6 to 9 to be Promoted to Next Class Without Annual Exam

Since the to be release date of the West Bengal Madhyamik Result 2018 is near, students are advised to keep a check on the Board’s website. The WBBSE Class 10 exams were conducted from March 12 to March 21 this year. Also Read - WB Madhyamik Result 2019: WBBSE Board Announces Class 10th Scores on Official Website wbresults.nic.in, Check Now

WBBSE Class 10 Results 2018: Steps to check your result at wbbse.org:

Step 1: Go to the West Bengal Board’s official website- wbbse.org. Also Read - Auto-rickshaw carrying examinees hits minister's car

Step 2: Click on the link- WBBSE Madhyamik Results 2018.

Step 3: Enter your details such as registration details, name and roll number.

Step 4: View and download your result.

Step 5: Take a print out of your result and keep a copy for future reference.

Students may also check their results through SMS. The students who have appeared for West Bengal Board’s Madhyamik exams may send an SMS to 54242/ 56263/58888. WB<space>10, <ROLL NUMBER> and send to 54242/ 56263/58888.

Nearly 10 lakh students appeared for the West Bengal Board Madhyamik or Class 10th examination this year. A total number of 11,02,921 students appeared for the Class 10 examination. Out of the total number, at least 6,21,366 were girls as against the 4,81,555 boys who had registered for the examination. The West Bengal Class 10 examinations were held in 2,819 centres across the state.

Last year, the West Bengal Board Madhyamik Results was declared on May 27 and the overall pass percentage was recorded at 85.65 per cent. Boys had outperformed girls by scoring 86.34 per cent as against 79.62 per cent last year.