Results of the Madhya Pradesh SOS Class 10, 12 June Session Exams have been made public at

The Madhya Pradesh State Open School (MPSOS) has announced the exam results for the June session. On the official website,, candidates who sat the class 10th and 12th examinations may access their results. They must enter their roll number or OS roll number in order to access the scorecard online.

The Madhya Pradesh State Open School (MPSOS) conducts exams twice a year, in June and December. From June 15 to July 4, the MPSOS tests for the June session of 2023 were given. Numerous accredited institutions in the state of Madhya Pradesh hosted these examinations.

How to check the MPSOS Open School Examination 2023 Results

By following the instructions below, test-takers may get their scorecards:

Step 1: Candidates must first go to, the Madhya Pradesh State Open School’s official website.

Step 2: On the webpage, scroll down to the link for the June 2023 Open School Exam for Classes 10 and 12.

Step 3: Select the test, input your OS/roll number and click “Submit.”

Step 4: A screen will show the MPSOS 2023 outcome for the June Session.

The applicant should next download and print the grade sheet for their records.

The student’s name, roll number, date of birth, parent’s name, overall grade, subject-by-subject grade breakdown, and qualification status will all be included in the MPSOS test results for 2023. The three-hour MPSOS June 2023 open school examinations had a maximum score of 100 for each subject.

According to reports, students who are unhappy with their MPSOS 2023 result may now apply for the reconsideration procedure. For this process, candidates must, however, pay a revaluation fee.

There are no minimum or maximum age restrictions for taking the MPSOS 10th and 12th examinations. However, applicants seeking admission to MPSOS 2023 must fulfill the relevant academic standards. To take the high school (class 10) test, students must have completed class 8. Candidates must have graduated from a board approved by the MP secondary education board in class 10 in order to sit for the higher secondary (class 12) examinations.


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