The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Multan was established on March 30th, 1968. It holds annual exams for classes 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th. The standardized board exams are conducted each year for SSC and HSSC (part I and II). Thousands of students enroll in this education board each year and gain excellent marks, becoming exemplary citizens of Pakistan.
Gaining good marks in BISE Multan is not an easy task. Subjects like maths, physics, and English become difficult for students to prepare properly for. Students should use good study materials to overcome this obstacle and make their board exams pass smoothly.
There are many methods for exam preparation for students in matric and intermediate. From using solved maths past papers to get a better grasp on their syllabus to following strict exam preparation schedules, Multan Board students can achieve a lot just by trying.
The Multan Board results for SSC part I and II (classes 9th and 10th) are usually announced in August. These exams are held annually and students are required to obtain passing marks in all subjects in order to move on to the next class. For the students who fail in one or more subjects, the board holds annual supplementary exams in which they can reattempt the failed subjects and save their academic year.
The results for Matric board were announced in August, for both 9th and 10th class. Students can find out their results online by entering their roll numbers on the official BISE Multan website.
The official BISE Multan website is expected to post the HSSC I and II results in either in August 2019 or September 2019. While the matric (9th and 10th class) students received their results along with the supplementary exams date sheets in August, the intermediate (11th and 12th class) students have to wait a bit longer.
According to Multan Board’s press release, the Intermediate results will be announced on September 4th, 2019 at 10:00 AM in the morning. Students should make sure that their Wi-Fi connections are stable so they don’t have to face any delays in accessing their results.
However, the possibility of the BISE Multan website crashing when the results are announced is high so students should practice patience. Instead of panicking, just wait a little while before checking again or ask friends and family to check your results for you.
To avoid any confusion or panic when checking your HSSC part I and II results, keep your admit card with your computer so you can easily find your roll number.
Congratulations to all the students who have passed!