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The total percentage standing is 96.21 %, but has fallen to 97.32 in comparison to previous year.
Thiruvananthapuram city, the capital of Kerala, took for the highest pass percentage at 99.87 per cent followed by Chennai region which had a pass percentage of 99.69 percent.
Girls scored higher with an average score of 96.36 per cent while boys averaged 96.11 per cent.
According to data shared by CBSE, 85.62 percent students of Government aided schools cleared the exam.