AP Intermediate Supplementary Result 2019 for the 1st year and 2nd year going to release today at 4:00 pm. The date and time of the result have confirmed by one of the AP board partner manabadi.com. Board of Intermediate Education Andhra Pradesh (BIEAP) will release the result officially on its website- bieap.gov.in. Students appeared for the supplementary examinations are eagerly waiting for their result. So, students hold your breath as your result is going to be available in a few hours.
How To Check Result
To check AP Intermediate Supplementary Result 2019 visit its official website first. Click on the link of the result of the 1st year or the 2nd year available on the homepage. As you do so, a login window will appear on the screen. Select your year first and then enter your hall ticket number in the space provided. After the successful submission of the details, your AP supplementary result will appear on the screen. Check your result carefully and download it.
AP Board Supplementary examinations conducted from May 14 to 22. After the declaration of the result of the main examinations, all those students who have not attained the minimum required passing marks appeared for the second chance provided by the board. Now, its time for the result. Last year the board has released the result on June 12. However, this year the board is going to release the result a day late.
Statistics of 1st Year and 2nd Year
As per the reports, around 10.17 lakhs of students have appeared for the Inter 1st- year and 2nd- year supplementary examinations. If we talk about the overall statistics of AP 2019 then this year around 5.10 lakhs of students have appeared for 1st-year exams and 5.17 lakhs of students have appeared for the 2nd- year exams. AP Intermediate examinations 2019 conducted in around 1430 centres across the states.
Andhra Pradesh (AP) board followed the grading system while evaluating the final result. The grades are provided to the students according to the marks obtained. There is a fixed range of marks provided by the board. You can check out the marks and the equivalent grades.
Marks 91-100 equivalent to A1 grade and CGPA (10.0), 81-90 equivalent to A2 grade and CGPA (9.0), 71- 80 equivalent to B1 grade and CGPA (8.0), 61-70 equivalent to B2 grade and CGPA (7.0), 51-60 equivalent to C1 grade and CGPA (6.0), 41- 50 equivalent to C2 grade and CGPA (5.0), 35- 40 equivalent to D1 grade and CGPA (4.0) and 0- 34 equivalent to F grade.
So, keep your fingers crossed as your result is going to be available soon. All The Best!
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