What is the Andhra Pradesh Board?
Examinations within Andhra Pradesh Board
Syllabus for Andhra Pradesh Board
Exam Dates for Andhra Pradesh Board
Exam Result for Andhra Pradesh Board
Grading Pattern for Andhra Pradesh Board
How to prepare
Andhra Pradesh board conducts examination for Class 10 as well as for Intermediate I and II year (class 11,12) in month of March/April.
Board of Secondary Education, Andhra Pradesh (BSEAP) has introduced a new grading system. This system is introduced in order to ease the burden on the students. The grading system is otherwise known as the GPA system. In this system, a grade will be assigned between A to E based on the marks.
The below given table shows how various grades that are assigned for different marks, along with grade points for that particular grade, are obtained by a student.
Below table is the example that shows the grades and grade points for the marks obtained in each subject.
Grade Point Average (GPA): 10+8+8+10+10+9 = 55/6 = 9.166
Here is the list of grades from A1 to E and the respective score range. You can check the list and calculate the score before the final score is released by the board.
For more information on Andhra Pradesh Board you can visit official website : http://bse.ap.gov.in/
For completing the syllabus well ahead in time, it is important that you check the entire syllabus and prepare a detailed study plan. Any comprehensive study plan should include reading the basic study material, followed by a thorough study of additional reference books to gain detailed knowledge on the subject. Practicing a set of questions that test the conceptual understanding of the subject will be helpful. Closer to the exam, go through previous years' question papers and study material to understand the examination pattern.
Also, based on your understanding of the relevant subject, you should decide whether you might need additional tutorials or help to perform better in examinations.
Jot down all important formulae and definitions from every topic and revise them from time to time. Pen down the points which require detailed study and try to follow the paper pattern of the past five years. Going through online tutorials and last minute preparation tips may help in improving your scores.
You should try to keep your mind refreshed and maintain a steady focus on the paper ahead. The examination venue and timing should be checked against your admit card, that will be uploaded on the official website of the board.
Try to take a deep breath and feel relaxed before the examination. Optimal self-confidence is the key to a good performance.
Make sure you carry pens, pencils, scales, erasers, admit cards, drinking water, etc. Read the questions thoroughly before jumping to a conclusive answer. Try highlighting the key-points that the question demands. Adding charts and diagrams, wherever necessary, often improves readability of the answers. Make sure you mention your name, roll number and other relevant details in the answer sheet.
Previous years’ papers are important to practice because they help you simulate the real exam. Make sure that you practice more and more so that, you can memorise all the formulae and solve problems easily on the day of the exam.