The Class X results have been released at 11 AM today (May 14,2019). The School Education Department commissioner Sandhya Rani released the results in a media conference at Amaravati. The AP SSC Results were declared sometime back. Girls outnumbered boys in terms of pass percentage with girls.
The pass percentage among girls was 94.68 while boys is 95.09. East Godavari recorded highest pass percentage with 98.19% pass outs. Total number of students registered is a whopping 632898. The total pass percentage if said to be 94.88%
As per the statistics results:
Total pass percentage - 94.88
Girls pass percentage - 95.09
Boys pass percentage - 94.68
Top district - East Godavari with pass percentage - 98.19
Nellore stands last with pass percentage - 83.19
5464 schools have registered 100% pass percentage while three schools have registered with 0% pass
1. Second language - 99.98%
2. Social Studies - 99.84%
No. of students who got 10/10 GPA is 5.5% which is 32972 students.
GPA wise topper district -
1. East Godavari
2. Krishna District
A total of 6, 21,634 students appeared for Class 10 exams in Andhra Pradesh held from March 18 to April 3. Due to the ongoing elections, there was a delay in the evaluation process. All arrangements have been made for smooth release of results, as per the Andhra Pradesh Secondary Education Board.
If you are one of those waiting for your results, here's wishing you luck and we bring you all the required information on where to check and how to check your AP 10th class results. Shall we begin?
Class 10 Students can check this page for all the updates regarding the date and time of AP SSC results 2019 here. As soon as we get any update on AP Class 10 Results 2019, we will share that with you. So, bookmark this page and keep checking so you don't miss out.
After the declaration of results, the BSEAP has also upload the report cards of AP SSC students online.
Andhra Pradesh 10th Class Results 2019: Where And How To Check
The AP Class 10 Results will be declared on the official website of the BSEAP.
Log in to the official website of the Andhra Pradesh Board of Secondary Education website http://main.bseap.org
click on the AP SSC Results 2019 link
Key in the requested information
Your results will appear on the screen
Take a screen shot of your report card
You could even print your score card or save a soft copy of the same on your mobile
AP SSC Results 2019 Minimum Passing Marks
The Board has set the minimum pass percentage for every student in order to clear the exams. The minimum passing marks in AP SSC Exams is 40/100. These marks will be considered for admissions into intermediate courses after 10th.
Andhra Pradesh ( AP ) SSC Suplementary Exams
The BSEAP will announce the dates of the AP SSC Supplementary exams for the year 2019 soon after the declaration of results. Those who fail to clear the AP SSC exams 2019 in the first attempt or want to better their scores can reappear for the supplementary exams. The Board will notify about the date of exam, application deadline etc soon after the AP SSC results 2019 are out. The exam is likely to be held in the month of June while the results of AP SSC Supplementary exams will be declared a month later in July. This will help student seek admissions into intermediate courses this year itself and avoid wasting an year which was the case earlier. A few years ago, a student who failed the exams had to wait an entire year to be eligible to apply for inter courses as the exams would be held in September. This would often lead to disinterest among students. Taking note of this, the Secondary Board decided to advance the supplementary exam date and conduct it soon after the results so as to ensure that the students didn't waste an year.
Andhra Pradesh Class 10 Results 2018
Last year, about 613378 students appeared for the Class 10 exams. The overall pass percentage in Andhra Pradesh SSC exams was 94.48%. While the percentage of boys who cleared the exams was 94.41, about 94.56% of female students passed the exam with flying colors. The pass percentage in the best performing district was 97.93% while the number of pass outs in the badly performed district was 80.30%.