Board of Intermediate Education Andhra Pradesh set to release results on April 26 at 5 pm
The Board of Intermediate Education Andhra Pradesh (BIEAP) has announced that the results for the intermediate first and second-year examinations will be declared on April 26 at 5 pm. Students can check their results on the official website – bse.ap.gov.in.
Exam Schedule and Details
In 2023, the intermediate exams for the first year commenced on March 15 and for the second year on March 16, 2023. The exams for the first year concluded on April 3, while the second-year exams finished on April 4, 2023.
BIEAP Inter 1st and 2nd Year Results Release
The BIEAP Inter 1st and 2nd-year results will be released on April 26. The exact time for the announcement has yet to be disclosed.
Previous Years’ Results
In 2022, a total of 4,45,604 students appeared for the AP first-year exams, with 2,41,591 passing. The overall pass percentage was 54%. In the AP second-year exam, 4,23,454 students appeared, and 2,58,449 passed. The overall pass percentage for the second year was 61%.
In 2021, the class 12 board exams were canceled due to the Covid-19 pandemic, and students were promoted based on internal evaluations. Approximately 5 lakh students had registered for the board exams, which were initially scheduled to be held in May but were ultimately canceled. Class 12 students were awarded based on their performance in class 10 and class 12. The results were declared on July 23.
Importance of Intermediate Results
The intermediate results play a crucial role in a student’s academic journey as they are used for further admissions to undergraduate courses in colleges and universities. A good performance in the intermediate exams can secure admission to prestigious institutions and better courses.
Tips for Students Awaiting Results
As the results announcement date approaches, it is natural for students to experience anxiety and stress. Here are some tips to help students cope with the anticipation:
- Stay calm and composed: Try to maintain a positive mindset and engage in activities that help you relax.
- Avoid rumors and speculation: Do not rely on unverified information or indulge in discussions about the results, as it may only increase anxiety.
- Prepare for the next step: Use this time to research potential colleges and courses, as well as gather information on entrance exams and other admission criteria.
- Seek support: Reach out to friends, family, or teachers if you need someone to talk to or if you have any concerns about your results.
- Remember that results are not everything: While good results are desirable, they do not define your entire future. There are always alternative paths and opportunities to explore if the results are not as expected.