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AP Intermediate first year result 2018 to be declared tomorrow: Check result at official website bieap.gov.in

The Board of Intermediate Examinations Andhra Pradesh (BIEAP) will announce the result for first year (Class 11) 2018 exams on Friday at 3 pm.

Reported by: India TV News Desk, New Delhi [ Updated: April 12, 2018 15:42 IST ]
AP Intermediate first year result 2018 to be declared
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AP Intermediate first year result 2018 to be declared tomorrow: Check result at official website bieap.gov.in

The BIEAP Board of Intermediate Education Andhra Pradesh will announce the Andhra Pradesh Intermediate First Year Results 2018 (Class 11) at 3 pm tomorrow. The AP Intermediate First Year Results 2018 will be available on the board's official website bieap.gov.in. 

The AP Inter 1st year examination 2018 was conducted by Board of Intermediate Education Andhra Pradesh BIEAP from February 28 to March 17, 2018. 

The BIEAP announced the results for AP Intermediate Second Year Results 2018 today on its official website. Click here to check your results for AP Inter II year. 

Students need to follow the steps to check their AP Intermediate first year result 2018

Step 1: Click on the official website bieap.gov.in

Step 2: Look for the link which says Andhra Inter 1st year Results 2018

Step 3: Click on the link and fill up all the details to get your Andhra Inter I Results 2018

Step 4: Enter your Roll number and other required details

Step 5: Click on Submit

Step 6: Download the result and take a print out for further reference

Other websites: Students can also download AP Inter results 2018 from  

— examresults.ap.nic.in

— results.cgg.gov.in

— goresults.net

— manabadi.com

— manabadi.co.in

— exametc.com

— educationandhra.com

Passing marks

Students securing 91 to 100 marks will be given A1 grade, 81 to 90 marks A2 grade, 71-80 marks B1 grade, 61 to 70 marks B2 grade, 51 to 60 marks C1 grade, 41-50 C2 marks grade and 35 to 40 marks D grade and below 35 marks would be fail.

Last year, Minister for Human Resources Development Ganta Srinivas Rao had announced the results on April 13 at Vijayawada. In both first and the second year, the girls have outperformed boys. While in first year, girls scored a pass percentage of 80 per cent, boys stood at 75 per cent. The Minister announced that in the second year, the pass percentage for girls is 69 per cent while boys are at 60 per cent.

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