AP SSC Result 2018 has been released on April 29, 2018. All the students who have appeared for the AP SCC examinations can now check the result. To check it, the candidates just need to enter hall ticket number. Check your result from the link below.

Latest: AP SSC Result 2018 has been released. Check Here.

AP SSC Result 2018 Date [Confirmed]

Board of Secondary Education, Andhra Pradesh is responsible for releasing the AP SSC Result 2018. The board has conducted the examination in the month of March at the state level. The examination has started on March 07, 201,8 and it ends on April 07 2018. Now, it’s result time. Here, you can able to check all the latest updates and the procedure for obtaining your AP SSC Result 2018.

AP SSC 2018 Important Dates
Result Declaration 29 Apr 2018

Result: To check and download AP SSC Result 2018 Click Here.

AP SSC Result 2018 Date

Procedure to Check and Download AP SSC Result 2018

As the result will available online. So, it is advised to all the students to follow the steps as given below.

  1. Vist the link which is available on this page. Though the link will get activated as soon as the result will declare.
  2. As you click on the link, a new window will appear on your screen.
  3. Here, enter your roll number and click on the submit button.
  4. Once you submit all the details successfully, your AP SSC Result will display on your screen.
  5. Check your result carefully and download it.

Know More About AP SSC Result 2018

This year lakhs of students have appeared for AP SSC examination. The only wait is going for the AP SSC Results 2018. Now, if we look at the previous year result data then we can expect the same positive response for the year 2018. In order to make the process of checking AP SSC result more convenient and easy the board has decided to make the availability of result online on its official website. SSC result 2018 will contain the marks in the form of grades on your scorecard and you will receive your grade point instead of the percentage. Although you can calculate your exact percentage through it as per the rules of the state government.

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