Tamil Nadu 12th Results 2023: Re-Evaluation To Begin From May 15; Details Here
The Tamil Nadu Board Higher Secondary Examinations (HSE) for class 12th have announced the results for the year 2023. More than 8 lakh students from Tamil Nadu appeared for the exams between March 13 to April 3. The results can be checked by students on the official websites of the Tamil Nadu board, dge.tn.gov.in and tnresults.nic.in. In addition to announcing the results, the board has also informed students about the re-evaluation process. As per the official press release, the board will initiate the retotaling process from May 15 and conclude it on May 21, 2023. Students who are interested in recalculation can submit the prescribed fees, which is non-refundable. This is a good opportunity for students who are unsatisfied with their results, and it is advised to complete the process as soon as possible.
Apart from re-evaluation, the Tamil Nadu Board has also started accepting registrations for the supplementary examinations. The application process began on May 8 and will continue till May 15, 2023. Students who have compartments in one or more subjects must appear and pass in the supplementary examination. Students who fail to pass the examination will have to repeat the class. To pass, students must obtain a minimum of 35 points in each subject, including 15 points in theory and a total of 35 points for subjects worth 70 points. There is no set minimum score for the internal or practical component.
Students who score 90 per cent or more in the HSC test will be given an A1 grade, while those who score between 81 and 90 per cent will be given an A2 grade. Students who score between 35 and 40 per cent will be given a D grade. The overall pass percentage has improved to 93.76 per cent from last year. Once again, girls have outperformed boys with a pass percentage of 96.38 per cent, while boys have a pass rate of 91.45 per cent. Kanyakumari recorded the highest pass percentage at 97.05 per cent, while Puducherry received the lowest pass rate of 93.45 per cent.