AP SSC 10th Result 2022: How to Check Online, via SMS, DigiLocker, at Manabadi & News18.com

The Directorate of Government Examination, (DGE) Andhra Pradesh will declare the SSC or 10th exam result 2022 on today, June 6. Once announced, students will be able to check their results at bse.ap.gov.in, manabadi.co.in, bseap.org, and bieap.gov.in. Students will need their roll numbers as per their admit cards to access the marksheets online. The exam was earlier scheduled to be announced on June 4 but later delayed due to ‘unavoidable circumstances’.

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Students will have to secure at least 33 per cent in each subject and overall to clear the exam. A total of 6,21,799 students took the exams out of which 3,02,474 are girls and 3,63,000 are boys. Apart from the official websites, students can also check their results via SMS as well as directly at News18.com by filling the form given below:

AP SSC result 2022: How to check online

Step 1: Log on to the official website of BIEAP at bse.ap.gov.in

Step 2: Click on the AP SSC result 2022 link on the homepage of the website after result declaration

Step 3: Enter the required details (roll number and registration) and submit

Step 4: Your result will be displayed on the screen

Step 5: Download and print a copy of the result for future use

AP SSC result 2022: How to Check via SMS

Students can also check their results via SMS. To do so, they have to type SSC, give space, their roll number, and send it to 55352. Alternatively, the SMS can also be sent to 56300. This facility will be activated only after the result is declared.

AP SSC result 2022: How to Check via DigiLocker

Step 1: Go to the DigiLocker website — digilocker.gov.in or download the app

Step 2: Click on ‘Register for DigiLocker’

Step 3: Enter a valid mobile number. Enter the OTP sent to the registered mobile number

Step 4: Set your username and password

Step 5: Enter your Aadhar number

Step 6: Sign in using your registered user name and password to check results.

After receiving the AP SSC results online, candidates will have to take a printout of the marksheet for future use. They must cross check the spellings of their name, application number, subjects names, marks and grades as well as calculate the percentage.

BSEAP had cancelled the written exam in 2021 and  promoted all the students on the basis of their performance in the internal assessment exam and final marks obtained in classes 7 to 9. In 2020 and 2021, the pass percentage was 100 per cent. In 2019, the pass percentage was at 94.88 per cent. In 2018, it was at 94.48 per cent, in 2017, it was at 91.92 per cent and in 2016, it was 93.26 per cent.

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