Andhra Pradesh SSC (Class 10) Results 2018 at 11 AM tomorrow; Check bseap.org, bse.ap.gov.in, manabadi.co.in
Andhra Pradesh SSC (Class 10) Results 2018 at 11 AM tomorrow; a total of 6,06,506 students appeared for this year SSC exams among which 3,31,108 were boys and remaining 2,95,428 are girls.
Andhra Pradesh SSC (Class 10) Results 2018 at 11 AM tomorrow; the wait for more than 6 lakh candidates will be over on Sunday, 29th April, 2018, as the Board of Secondary Education, Andhra Pradesh (BSEAP) will be releasing the results of SSC 2018 examination. The SSC 2018 result will be available on official website bseap.gov.in. It has been revealed that a total of 6,06,506 students appeared for this year SSC exams among which 3,31,108 were boys and remaining 2,95,428 are girls. The exam began on March 21, 2018 and ended on April 07, 2018.
The board will announce AP 10 result with complete passing percentage of the students who have appeared for 2018 examination along with separate pass percentage of the boys and girls. The result contain details like Hall ticket number, name of the student, father’s name, grand total, result, GPA points and PH-category.
Here’s how you can check your Andhra Pradesh SSC (Class 10) Results 2018 in 6 steps.
Step 1: Firstly visit the official website- bseap.org, bse.ap.gov.in, manabadi.co.in and click on the link- AP SSC/ 10th Result 2018.
Step 2: As you click a window will appear on your screen and ask you to enter your roll number.
Step 3: As you enter your roll number click on the submit button. You will proceed to the next window.
Step 4: On the next window your AP 10th Result 2018 result will display, Check your result carefully.
Step 5: Your AP 10th result 2018 will contain the grades of each subject and also the average grade point. On the basis of your grade point, you will receive your rank on the board.
Step 6: Now, take the printout of your AP SSC Results 2018 and keep it safe with you for future reference.
In Andhra Pradesh SSC (Class 10) Results 2018, the pass certificate will be provided to those candidates only who appeared for all the regular exams. Also there is a fixed range of grades provided to the respective subject.