The results for Rawalpindi Board have been announced for SSC and HSSC on July 15th, 2019. Students can find their results on the website of BISE Rawalpindi.
According to the official website of Rawalpindi Board, the 2019 results for SSC (9th and 10th class) and HSSC (11th and 12th class) will be announced in July and August.
BISE Rawalpindi is one of the biggest education boards in Punjab. It annually organizes standardized exams for SSC part I and II and HSSC part I and II. The exams for 9th and 10th class are usually held in March. But the HSSC part I and II board exams are held in May.
The matric (SSC part I and II) results were expected to be announced in July or August. And the results for intermediate (HSSC part I and II) were expected to be announced August and September.
Normally, the results for 10th class and 12th class are announced before 9th and 11th class. This is because, in the case of matric students, those who are graduating from 10th class have to get an admission in a college for their intermediate education. And, with 12th class students, those who are finishing their intermediate education have to find and apply to a university. This is why they receive their results a little time before their juniors.
Created in 1977, the BISE Rawalpindi has the districts Attock, Chakwal, and Jhelum under its jurisdiction. The process of exams in Rawalpindi board is the same as the other education boards in Pakistan. Before the exams begin, the date sheets are announced. The exams for 9th class and 10th class are held in the same month but on alternative dates.
All education boards in Pakistan have a grading system based on percentiles. In SSC and HSSC (9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th class), the grades and percentiles are divided into divisions.
|First||60-100%||A+ and A|
The minimum passing marks for students in Rawalpindi Board are 33%. Percentiles above 80% are considered A+. Students usually need at least an A+ grade to get into highly prestigious universities and colleges in Pakistan, especially for science fields.
If you’re one of the students who have gotten their BISE Rawalpindi results, congratulations! Even if you think you have not performed as well as you could have, you can always opt for improvement or supplementary exams.