Girls again outshine boys with 87.98 % clearing the exam and 77.78 % of boys cleared the exam. With 91.83 per cent Chennai dominated the overall pass rate in the country.
For those who did not clear the exam, the first chance for compartmental exam for CBSE will be held on July 16th 2013.
For CBSE marks verification the application forms will be available at CBSE website www.cbse.nic.in. Candidate can apply either online or offline from the 6th day to 21st day of date of results announcement and has to pay an amount of Rs 200 fee per subject.
For urgent marks verification candidates has to apply online within 5 days from the date of results announcement by paying a fee of Rs 300 per subject.
Fee has to be paid either by cash or by demand draft (DD) favoring Secretary, Central Board of Secondary Education and payable at corresponding regional offices.
A photocopy of evaluated answer sheet will be provided to the candidate on request and the application for the photocopy can be made from the 31st day of results declaration.
CBSE top 20 percentile cut off score is 391 for general category, 389 for OBC, 350 for SC and 338 for ST.
For the admissions into IITs the rank holders in the JEE advanced must be among the top 20 performers according to the new format.