Andhra Pradesh Board of Intermediate Education (BIEAP) has released AP Inter revaluation results 2020. Students who requested a recounting and re-verification of their intermediate exam results can now check their final results. They are available online at rcres.bieap.net.in along with Andhra Pradesh Inter reverification results 2020. Students can access intermediate AP revaluation results 2020 by entering their current roll number, previous roll number, and other details.
The board released AP Intermediate results 2020 for 1st and 2nd-year students on its official website on 12th June 2020 at 4 PM. The results were available at the official portal – bie.ap.gov.in under the “News and Announcement” section. This year, a total of 10,65,155 students appeared for the AP Intermediate exams. Of the total students, the number of students who appeared for the AP 1st year Inter exam was 5.77 lakhs and for AP 2nd year exams was 4.88 lakhs.
How to Check AP Inter Revaluation Results 2020?
- Visit the official website – rcres.bieap.net.in
- Enter your “Roll Number”, “Previous Roll Number”, “Transaction ID” and “Date of Birth” in the required fields.
- Click on the ‘Results’ button.
- The results will be shown on the screen.
- Download or screenshot for future reference.
Last year, a total of 4,31,739 candidates appeared for the AP Inter 2nd year exams. Girls performed better than boys, with an overall pass percentage of 75%. Krishna district outperformed the others, achieving an overall pass percentage of 81%. The exam duration was 3 hours, and examination was conducted between 9 AM and 12 PM. Students were requested to keep their admit cards even after the exams to check the results as the unique “Hall Ticket Number” that is mentioned on the student’s hall ticket needs to be entered to view and download the results.
According to a recent media report, the Andhra Pradesh government announced last month that the intermediate supplementary examinations had been cancelled due to the COVID pandemic. They declared all the students who had failed the exams would still be promoted to the next class. The state has also cancelled the SSC (class 10) examinations and declared that all students had been marked as passed.