TN HSE 2024 Revaluation Result: The Tamil Nadu Directorate of Government Examinations (TN DGE) has announced the revaluation and retotaling results for the Tamil Nadu Board HSE exams. Students who applied for revaluation or retotaling can now check their updated scores on the official website at In the TN HSE 2024 revaluation result PDF, a list of candidates’ roll numbers has been published on the official website, indicating those whose marks have changed after the revaluation and retotaling process. These candidates can download their TN HSE 2024 provisional result online. To access the TN HSE 2024 marksheets, candidates will need their roll number and date of birth. If a candidate’s roll number is not included in the published list, it indicates that there have been no changes to their TN HSE marks.

TN HSE 2024 Revaluation Result: Steps To Check And Download

Students can follow these steps to check and download the TN HSE 2024 revaluation result:

Step 1: Visit the official website of DGETN at

Step 2: On the homepage, click on the link for the TN HSE 2024 revaluation result.

Step 3: You will be redirected to a login page.

Step 4: Enter your required credentials.

Step 5: Your TN HSE 2024 revaluation result will be displayed on the screen.

Step 6: Check and download your TN HSE 2024 revaluation result.

TN HSE 2024 Result PDF Page With Roll Numbers (Direct Link)

TN HSE 2024 Revaluation Result Direct Link 

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This year, the TN HSE results for 2024 were announced on May 6. Out of 7,60,606 students who took the exams, 7,19,196 successfully passed. The Tamil Nadu board conducted the HSE +2 exams from March 1 to 22. Students recorded a pass percentage of 94.56%. The statistics reveal that 96.35% of students passed the class 12 exam in the science stream, 92.46% in the commerce stream, and 85.67% in the arts stream.

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