Karnataka SSLC Results 2022 on May 19: How to Check, Know Passing Marks

The results of the Karnataka Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) 2022 will be declared on 19 May. The tests were held from March 28 to April 11, and the answer key was released on April 12. Students who appeared in the class 10 tests will be able to check the results via the websites at sslc.karnataka.gov.in and karresults.nic.in.

Every year in March and April, the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) conducts SSLC at the state level in three languages. A total of 8 73,846 students had registered this year for the SSLC tests from 15,387 schools in the state. Of a total of 4,522,732 men, 4,21,110 women and 4 transgender people. More than 20,000 students were absent at the first exam, which is the highest number during the last five sessions.

Karnataka SSLC results 2022: How to control

Step 1: Browse KSEEB’s official website.

Step 2: On the homepage, click on the SSLC 2022 results link.

Step 3: Enter the necessary information, such as your application number and date of birth.

Step 4: Check your Karnataka SSLC score.

Step 5: Take a printout for future reference.

After downloading the score sheet, students must make sure that there are no errors. The results will have the student’s name, roll number, spellings, total grades, subject sum of theory and practical grades, associated grades, personal information including parents’ names, date of birth, etc. In case of any discrepancies, report to authorities immediately.

Karnataka SSLC results 2022: Pass points

To pass the test, students must receive at least 40 points out of 150 points in theory tests and 30 points out of 50 points in practical tests. Pass grades for Karnataka SSLC tests are 35 percent on average.

This year’s approved percentage is likely to decrease compared to last year. In 2021, all but one of the students were promoted to the next class. In 2019, the approval percentage was 72.79 percent, while in 2020 it was 71.80 percent. This year, too, it is expected to be over 70 percent.

Students are advised to regularly visit the board’s official website to stay updated. There is no need to panic if you experience any difficulty accessing the site when the results are released. It may take some time for the site to load due to heavy traffic on the site.

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