|Your cutoff score|
|Your cutoff score|
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First, select the appropriate exam for which you want to see the result.
To see your marks, enter your register number in the text box at the top and click 'Go'. Apart from your marks you will also see statewide statistics and statistics for the education district that you belong to. By default, the aggregate marks statistics are shown. You can select different subjects to analyze how you fared in each of them
To analyze your marks in the context of your schoolmates, enter the starting and ending register numbers of your school AND your register number like so:
The above will show statistics for the register number range (assumed to be your school) you entered as well as your state, district and school rankings.
Enter the starting register number and '-' and ending register number relevant to your school and click 'Go'.
Apart from the highest, average and lowest scores, you will also see frequency distribution histogram for your school superimposed on top of the education district's (to which the school belongs to) frequency distribution. You can also compare vis-a-vis the state level frequency distribution by ticking the 'Show' checkbox for 'State'.
Once you have selected a range of register numbers, you can navigate through the list of students by clicking on the forward and back buttons surrounding the register number.
If there is a register number (or a range of register numbers) in the register number text box, then only the district to which the numbers belong to will be displayed. To see other districts performance, click the 'Reset' button to clear the register number box.
If the student has been declared 'Pass', then the message, 'Congratulations!' is displayed next to the student's name and group. If the student has not passed, then the message, 'Minor setback!' is shown.