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In Punjab’s matric results, girls outperformed boys.

Pakistan Lahore Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education’s chair, Prof. Dr. Mirza Habib, said that 66 percent of pupils had finished the most significant test of their careers.

Male applicants had a pass percentage of 57% while female candidates had a pass score of 74%.

Ten students tied for third place (1093 points), two candidates tied for the lead (1095 points), three participants tied for second (1094 points), and two students tied for first (1095 points). 133,000 of the 185,000 candidates that took the test were successful, while 52,841 applicants failed. The data was compiled entirely by government instructors.

In Punjab’s matric results, girls outperformed boys.

The tenth-grade examinations took place between May 10 and June 11, according to information provided to the media by Prof. Habib. He claims that the BISE Lahore has now been changing the test process. Students can access their results by SMS at 80029 or on the webpages of BISE Lahore or other pertinent boards.

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