Matric Supplementary Exam 2022 results are published online and searchable by name and roll number. In addition to the annual examination, the supplementary written examination is held 60 days later. Here you can see BISE Lahore supplementary result 2022 SSC-II (2nd annual).
Here are some basics about the supplementary examination. Private and regular candidates can sit for the Supplementary examination every year.
BISE Lahore 10Th Class (2nd Annual) Supply Result 2022 Check Online
You can only conduct an annual examination after a supply exam. Unlike the annual exam, this exam is open to only some students. Therefore, the supplementary examination can only occur when the BISE Lahore results are published. Failures in the annual examination lead to retakes.
BISE Lahore Matric Supplementary Result 2022 Announced Date
Listed below are the tentative results publish dates for supplementary examinations. For more updates, check this page again.
|Exam Result Type||Supplementary|
|Supply Result||(SSC 1) 10th Class|
How To Check BISE Lahore SSC-II Supplementary Result 2022 [2nd Annual) Online
Once the board publishes the results, you can view them online. You can use a name or roll number to search for results. According to its grading formula, Lahore Board Grading System reflects the marks or score in the result card.
- Go to the official Lahore Board website: www.biselahore.com
- Click Supplementary on the Home page.
- Choose your examination name (either matric or intermediate)
- Next, enter your name or roll number.
- Click “View Result” to view the results.
SMS Format for Lahore Board Supply Exam Result 2022
- Use your mobile phone’s write message function to type the following.
- [Roll Number] 800295
- For example, if your SSC roll number is 1001201, write as follows
- Press send button to 800295
In the Supplementary Exam, Can I Recheck?
Yes, candidates may apply online for re-checking up to 15 days after the result is declared.
Within two years of passing an examination in the current syllabus in the same group/subjects, candidates can take Part-I, Part II, or both with one opportunity.