CBSE class 10 results 2016: CBSE class 10 results 2016\u00a0were declared on Saturday on its official website cbse.nic.in, cbseresults.nic.in and results.nic.\u00a0School authorities will be able to download the CBSE class 10 results 2016 of the candidates by entering the class, affiliation code, examination code\/school code, e-mail address and typing the text shown in the picture. The original mark sheets of CBSE class 10 results 2016 will be issued by the Board separately. After the CBSE class 10 results 2016 has been announced, students and parents have a lot of confusion regarding the examination. Here are 10 frequently asked questions (FAQs) that might be helpful for the candidates: Here are the steps to check CBSE class 10 results 2016: STEP 1. Keep your Roll number and name as it appears on the certificates handy STEP 2. Visit the official websites cbseresults.nic.in or results.nic.in (or results.gov.in) STEP 3. On the CBSE home page you will see a link pointing to CBSE class 10 results 2016 STEP 4. Enter your roll number carefully and click on submit STEP 5. Your CBSE class 10 results 2016 will pop up STEP 6. Download the result STEP 7. Take print out for future reference; remember this is for personal uses only and the original certificate is necessary for all official purposes. 1. How many times can a student appear in EIOP (Eligible for Improvement Of Performance) in class 10th? Student who has obtained E1 or E2 grades in any or all the five subjects is eligible for improving his\/her performance in any or all the five subjects and can reappear once for Improvement of Performance. 2. What is CGPA? How is it calculated? CGPA or Cumulative Grade Points Average is the average of grade points achieved in all subjects excluding the additional 6th subject. 3. Are the grades of classes 9 and 10 combined for CGPA? No. CGPA grade is allotted in class 10th only, and reflected in \u2018Grade Sheet Cum Certificate of Performance\u2019. 4. What will the results show when a candidate passes in the additional subject, but fails in one of the main subjects in class 10th? A language offered as an additional subject replaces a language in the event of a candidate failing in the same provided after replacement the candidate has English\/Hindi as one of the languages; and the replacement satisfies the conditions as laid down in the Scheme of Studies. 5. Will the \u2018Grade Sheet Cum Certificate of Performance\u2019 be same for Upgrading of Performance and main examination in class 10th? No, candidates who appear for Upgrading of Performance are issued only Statement of Subject wise Performance reflecting the grades obtained in that particular examination. 6. If my ward opts Scheme 1 (School Based Assessment) then will he get admission in class 11 in another Board? Yes, the uniform \u2018Grade Sheet Cum Certificate of Performance\u2019 is issued to all candidates appearing in class 10th by CBSE. Also there is equivalence between Class 10th of different boards. 7. Would school show the answer sheet of classes 9 and 10 to the students? Yes, schools are advised to show the answer sheets of Summative Examination (SA) I & II of class IX and SA I of class X to the students. However, they may take it back for maintaining a record for sometime. 8. Will the results for CBSE Class 10 and school-based exams SA I be announced at the same time or separately? Is there any discrimination for admission in class 11? The results for the CBSE-conducted board exams and school-conducted Summative Assessment examination will be declared at the same time. As far as the CBSE is concerned, there is no discrimination between students who opt for Board-conducted examination or school-conducted examination for admission to Class XI. 9. What is the major difference between the school-based exam and board exam? The only difference is that students of school-conducted examination appear in their own school where as those of Board conducted appear in the allotted centre. The answer copies of Board-conducted examination are centrally evaluated at designated centres whereas those of school-based, by the school teachers based on the marking schemes supplied by the Board. 10. Is the level of difficulty of Class 10 boards similar to the school exams conducted as part of the School Based Assessment (SBA)? Yes, the Board ensures that the design, blue print and difficulty level of both the examinations, whether conducted by school (under Scheme 1) or by the Board (under Scheme 2) is the same.\u00a0According to CBSE circular released earlier this year, a total of 13,73,853 students were appearing for the class 10 board examination, registering a hike of 3.37 per cent.