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AP SSC results 2018 declared at bseap.org

AP SSC results 2018: The results of Andhra Pradesh (AP) SSC or Class 10 examination 2018 will be declared at 11am on Sunday, April 29, at the state SSC board’s official website.

Board Exams 2018 Updated: Apr 29, 2018 16:37 IST
Nilesh Mathur
Nilesh Mathur
Hindustan Times, New Delhi
AP SSC results 2018: The Andhra Pradesh SSC 2018 examinations began on March 15 and ended on March 29.
AP SSC results 2018: The Andhra Pradesh SSC 2018 examinations began on March 15 and ended on March 29.(Hindustan Times via Getty Images)

The results of Andhra Pradesh (AP) SSC or Class 10 examination 2018 was declared at 4pm on Sunday at the state SSC board’s official website:bseap.org

The AP SSC 2018 examination began on March 15 and ended on March 29.

AP SSC result 2018: Steps to check

1. Visit AP examination board’s official websites

2. Click on the link for AP SSC Results 2018

3. Enter your board roll number and date of birth and submit

4. Your results will be displayed on the screen

5. Take a print out of the result and save it on your computer too

The state examination board has also launched an android app to view SSC March 2018 results from 4pm onwards on Sunday. Click here to download the app.

Students who have appeared in AP Class 10th exam 2018 can register here for receiving alerts on their mobile and email address as soon as the results are announced.

Last year, Andhra Pradesh’s Board of Secondary Education declared the result of Senior Secondary Certificate (SSC) in May and 91.92% students had cleared the Class 10 boards. State education minister Ganta Srinivasa Rao had declared the results.

A total of 6,22,538 regular students had appeared for the exam, out of which 5,60,253 cleared, accounting for a pass percentage of 91.92%. As many as 3,14,471 boys appeared for the examinations, of which 2,82,909 boys (91.87%) cleared the examinations.

Among the 2,95,031 girls, who took the examinations, 2,51,344, accounting for 91.97%, passed. The girls outperformed boys marginally. Besides the regular students, around 13,000 students appeared for the exam privately of whom, 8,262 students passed.