AP SSC 2016 Examination Article
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What Is SSC? 

Secondary School Certificate is also known as Class 10th (Class X) in Schooling levels. The examination structure differs from board to board. 
Most common subjects in APSSC Exams are: 
  • Telugu 
  • Hindi 
  • English 
  • Mathematics 
  • Science and Technology 
  • Social Science 
The Distribution Of Marks: 

  Marks in subjects

Grade points 
   A1  91 - 100       10
A2  81 - 90    9 
B1 71 - 80  8 
B2 61 - 70   7 
C1  51 - 60   6 
C2    41 - 50     5 
D 35 - 40  4 
  0 - 34     3 
Each paper for summative is for 40 marks and the examination duration is 2.30 hours in addition to 15 minutes for reading the question paper. In case of Hindi, it is single paper with 80 marks for summative exam. Further, 20 marks for Formative Assessment for all the subjects. 

In Andhra Pradesh, 10th board exam is usually conducted in the month of March and April by most of the boards of education in India. An exam schedule is released by the boards at least one month before the exam. 
How to Prepare for the Exams: 
You will be appearing for your 10th board exams this year. Till now you have been competing with classmates but now for the first time you will be exposed to greater competition, with numerous students across the state appearing for exam.


Tips to prepare: 

Know the syllabus clearly: Follow your class lessons properly to cover your syllabus in a systematic manner. 
Solve questions: Try and solve the questions at the end of each topic and also the last ten years` papers. 

Highlight important points: Highlight important points and formulae on textbooks and reference books to locate them easily. 
Plan your studies: Chalk out a time table for board exam preparation and allocate ample time for each subject.
Revise Well: Do not study anything new or from a new book right before exams, as you may get confused. Revise what you have studied and glance at important notes and formulae. Make note of important formulae and keep them handy so that you can take a look at them as an when you want. 

Brief About How The Exams Are Conducted: 
  • AP state conduct the 10th exams as per Secondary School Certificate rules & norms. 
  • Every district will have an headquarters. The responsibilities of these headquarters includes conduction the exams and then evaluation of these exam papers of all the students and consolidation of the all the marks and sending back the report to the SSC board. 
  • SSC board collects all the reports sent out by the district headquarters and they do a final and formal verification of the reports and then results shall be released on the date communicated earlier. 
  • Once the results are released students shall have an option to opt for re-evaluation if they feel they have not got the expected marks. They shall option to choose the number of subjects they wanted to go for re-evaluation. They need to pay a challan for the re-evaluation. Even after this if the student fails in the exams they shall have a supplementary in the month of May and then they shall have the exams next year as well with the regular students. 

Statistics of AP SSC results for year 2015: 

AP 10th class results are released by the AP Deputy Chief Minister Ganta Srinivasa Rao According to the Info as per the AP SSC board, Andhra Pradesh 10th class ssc pass percentage is 85% and this time Girls stands 1st with the pass percentage of 90% while the boys Percentage was 82%. 
Expected results of AP SSC board for the year 2016: 
  • Class 10th exam regular results of AP SSC board are usually declared in the month of May 2016. 
  • Class 10th exam supplementary results of AP SSC board are usually declared in the month of June 2016. 
  • Actual dates shall be updated as soon the dates are available from the board of secondary education, please visit our website often to know the actual date of SSC results. 
Advantages of education: 
Meaningful education for all to build an egalitarian and just society on the path of sustainable development. 

Any further information regarding the AP SSC results 2016 can be obtained from our website