HSC Board Challenge Result 2022 Re-Scrutiny All Boards Result

HSC exam results was released in January. The passing rate of HSC Exam result is 100% students have passed the examination. Since our Ministry of Education decided not to take the exam this year, the students have been given an auto pass.
However, many students may not be happy with the results after the test results are released. On the other hand there are a number of students who fail the exam they generally believe they deserve to pass so they challenge the board. If you have challenged your HSC exam board then the good news for you is that we will teach you how to challenge the board.

What is Board Challenge ?

Before challenging the board, we want to give you an idea of ​​what a board challenge is. Board Challenge is a process by which a student can change his or her results. This means that if your result is bad, if you think you deserve a better result, then what you will do against the board is known as board challenge. It is also called Re-Scrutiny. This system has been around for a long time in Bangladesh. So students of all boards can challenge the board by adopting this process.

Eligibility For Board Challenge

Only qualified persons can HSC board challenge. If you know what qualifications you have, you will be fit for the board challenge. If you don’t know, you have discussed it here.
Check : HSC Result
  • Applicants must be a HSC Candidates.
  • If you have failed in the exam, you would able to apply for this.
  • Even, if you are promoted but want to improve your GPA Result, you can apply for this.

HSC Board Challenge Method

If you have the qualifications and if you are interested in challenging the board, then you should try it. However, it is your duty to know the method. Do you know the method? If you do not know it, we can learn it. Just follow us.
Note : Board Challenge has been completed thorough a Teletalk Prepaid Operator. So, you must collect a sim before submitting the application.
Check Now : HSC Result 2020 Marksheet
 Step 1, go to your mobile message option and type
RSC<SPACE>First 3 Letters of your Board<SPACE>Roll Number<SPACE>Subject Code

Example : RSC DHA 343534 101

Now, send the SMS to 16222 Number.

Step 2, In reply 150 taka will be deducted from your balance and you will get a Pin Number.

Note: If your information is right, you must confirm the application.

Then, again type

RSC<SPACE>YES<SPACE>Pin Number<SPACE>Contact Number

Send the SMS to 16222 Number.

Example : RSC YES 63536 01750639688

Notice: If you want to more subject, then you should use (,) for each subject later.

Higher Secondary All Subject List with Code 1


HSC Board Challenge Result

Students who will challenge board for their result can check their result online and offline. Both of the result checking method has discussed here. So, you must take a look here and get your information.

Check HSC Re-Scrutiny Result

The result will publish 15 days later from your application date. Whenever, you have completed the application via Teletalk operator, you must be given your contact number. If your result change, you will be notify via a mobile SMS on your mobile number. However, most of the students do not believe it and they are looking for the Re-Scrutiny online. So, you can also check your result from online. The method is very easy. Lets do it now.

  • Firstly, visit on your Education board official website where you have participated in HSC exam.
  • Then, select the Notice Board where you will find Re-Scrutiny.
  • Get the file and search your Roll Number from the list.

Final Words

We hope that your result will be changed. Otherwise your result will not change, you have to satisfied with your previous result. Thank you.

Muntasir Srabon

Muntasir Srabon is a student of Masters Of Arts from National University Of Bangladesh under Rajshahi College. During his graduation he has taken different types of courses on Writing Skills. He has a lots of experienced of managing several article publishing websites. Now he is working as a Freelance Writer for different international projects.
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