Andhra Pradesh Board 12th/Intermediate Results 2019 to be Released @ BIEAP

Board of Intermediate Education Andhra Pradesh BIEAP has an authority for declaring and announce on after the exam completion the result published on the expected month of May to June 2019. Through official website BIEAP, the result will be released. Students who can check and download by entering the enrollment number and date of birth on the login page, after the announcement we have to add the direct of official website to check the marks from us without online traffic. Get more related information by reading below article fully.

AP Intermediate / 12th Result 2019 Check Here

Procedures for Check and Download the AP 12th/Intermediate Results 2019

Open the official website of Andhra Pradesh Education board for Intermediate http://bieap.gov.in/.

Find the BSEAP Intermediate 2019 Result (first year / second year) link and click on it.

Enter the hall ticket number/roll number of the given fields.

Hit the ‘Enter’ button.

The AP Board 12th Exam Result will appear on the screen.

Download the result file.

Take the printout of the Andhra Pradesh Intermediate result 2019 for further reference use.

Past Year Strategies for AP State Intermediate Exam

Year
Appeared
Passed
Pass%
2013 708495 448281 53.43
2014 756459 441966 63.27
2015 771587 504300 77.36
2016 793496 659643 88.62
2017 856701 774528 90.56

In above table, AP 12th class past 5 years survey about total qualified candidates, passed percentile and total exam appeared students for the year of 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017. In every year, there is huge an improvement in all the given categories. For the academic year of 2019, there is more expectation in all the fields. So, students are advised to prepare well and increase the total passed percentile compared to current strategies.

About AP Board

The Board of Intermediate Education Andhra Pradesh, A.P was established in 1971, to regulate and supervise the system of Intermediate education in the state of Andhra Pradesh and to specify the courses of study and matters connected there with. Andhra Pradesh is the first state in the country which adopted the 10+2+3 pattern of education.