The statistics released by the board’s examination controller declared 99,652 students successful out of the 137,968 who sat the exams. As many as 14,055 (10.17) of the students obtained A-1 grade. Around 18.2% obtained grade A, while 20.21% managed to secure grade B. About 16.49% passed the exam with grade C, while 6.78% managed to scrape D. The controller of exams told The Express Tribune that the marks certificates will be issued to the schools within a 10-day period to keep up with the ongoing admission process at colleges.
The BSEK also announced the results of around 118 special candidates who appeared in annual matriculation examinations part-II this year and of 101 special candidates who appeared in its part-I. Nida Shams secured the first position by obtaining 88.11%, while Zainab Ali Akbar stood second by scoring 85.88%. The third position was earned by Maryam Ali with 84.82%. These special students belong to the Dewa Academy for the Deaf in Gulshan-e-Iqbal.
Published in The Express Tribune, August 2nd, 2013.
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