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A Quick Overview of the AP SSC 2018

  • Name of the Board: – BSEAP Examination Board
  • Name of the Examination: – AP SSC Examinations 2018
  • Dates of the Examination: – 17th March To 1st April 2018(Tentative)
  • Date of the Supplementary Exam: – In The Month Of May 2018
  • Category: –AP SSC Result 2018

Nervous about the declaration of AP SSC Results 2018? Well, there’s some good news. Andhra Pradesh Board of Secondary Education implies that the BSEAP has announced the AP SSC Results 2018 at 3 pm on May 6. So, check your result now on bseap.org

State Exam Name Exam Date

(Tentative)

Exam Result Date
Andhra Pradesh AP 10th Board Exam 21st March – 7th April 10th May 2018
AP Inter 1st Year Board Exam 1st March – 17th March 23rd April 2018
AP Inter 2nd Year Board Exam 2nd March – 18th March 19th April 2018

Tentative dates*

AP SSC Results 2018 Date

Waiting for the declaration of AP SSC Result 2018 is a very tough task as students know that the outcome will directly affect their academic future. Although the BSEAP was tight-lipped about any final date for AP 10th Result date, experts had suggested that the board is likely to follow their annual academic calendar and announce results on time. This had put minds of nearly 6 lakh students at ease, who were worried about some delays.

Rough estimates earlier predicted the AP 10th Result 2018 Date to be around the second week of May. This is based upon the 40 odd days that are required to evaluate and process result data for the board. Another important thing that needs to be kept in mind is the fact that last year’s result date was also 10th May.

Looking at the above factors, students expected the AP SSC Results to come out in the second week of May 2018 and finally, it was announced on May 6.

Analysis of Previous Years’ AP SSC Result

Year Over All Pass Percentage % Boys Pass Percentage (%) Girls Pass Percentage (%) No of students appeared for examination
2012 72.65 71 74 09,85,000
2013 76.23 73 74 09,11,562
2014 83.67 77 81 09,65,142
2015 88.62 83 85 6,12,356
2016 94.52 93 94 6,52,374
2017 91.92 91.87 91.97%  6,22,538

For your benefit, we have also provided the analysis of Last year’s AP SSC Result in detail below:

P SSC Result 2016 – Numerical Highlights
Total number of students 6,52,374
Total number of passed students 6,16,624
Overall pass percentage 94.52%
Pass percentage of male students 94.30%
Pass percentage of female students 94.77
Best performing district Kadapa (98.89%)
Worst performing district Chittoor (90.11%)

SSC Result 2017 Analysis

6,22,538 regular students appeared for the exam, out of which 5,60,253 cleared the exam accounting for a pass percentage of 91.92, 2.60% less than the previous year’s pass percentage. As many as 3,14,471 boys appeared for the examinations, of which 2,82,909 boys (91.87%) passed their examinations. Among the 2,95,031 girls, who took the examinations, 2,51,344 i.e. 91.97%, passed the examinations. Besides the regular students, around 13,000 students appeared for the exam privately of whom, 8,262 students passed the examination. Among the districts in the state, East Godavari district is at the top with 97.97 pass percentage and Chittoor stood at the bottom with 80.55% in AP SSC results 2017.

How to check AP Board SSC 10th Class Result 2018

  1. Firstly, click on the official website org
  2. Then click on BSEAP SSC Results 2018.
  3. Now, fill your Roll Number & DOB and click on the submit button.
  4. Now, you will get your BSEAP Results 2018.
  5. You can download it by clicking ‘Save’ & get a Printout by clicking on ‘Print.’

Once you check the result online, it is highly recommended to download a softcopy of the scorecard or take a printout of the result sheet from the website. This will act as a reference document for you until the original mark sheets are issued by the APBSE. But students must also note that the online results are merely issued for information purposes and thus cannot be used for admission formalities.

About the Directorate of Government Examinations, Andhra Pradesh

‘Board of Secondary Education of Andhra Pradesh‘ is also known as the Directorate of Government Examinations Andhra Pradesh. It was established in 1953 and functions as an autonomous body under the Andhra Pradesh’s Department of Education.

The board regulates and supervises the system of Secondary education in the Andhra Pradesh State. It executes and governs various activities such as devising courses of study, prescribing syllabus, conducting examinations, granting recognition to schools, and providing direction, support, and leadership for all secondary educational institutions under its jurisdiction. Every year, around 6.5 lakh students appear for the AP SSC Board Exams. In addition to this, the board also conducts other minor examinations such as:

  • Professional Advancement Test for Teachers
  • Technical Certificate Course Examination
  • Technical TTC Examination
  • National Means Cum Merit Scholarship Examinations
  • 2nd year D. Ed Public Examinations
  • G.O.Ms.No.82 reg Examination
  • C.L.I. Sc Examinations
  • Head Masters Accounts Test
  • 1st Year D. Ed Public Examinations
  • G.O.Ms.No.41 Reg Examination
  • National Talent Search Examinations
  • LPT Exams (Telugu, Urdu, Hindi)

All the best to all the students who have appeared for the AP SSC or 10th Class exams this year. Toppr promises you that it will keep updating this page for more recent news on AP SSC results 2018 and upcoming education trends. So, stay tuned with us and press CTRL+D to bookmark us now.

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