AP Inter Supply Results 2024: The Andhra Pradesh Inter 1st year Supplementary results has been announced on Thursday (June 26). The BIEAP has announced the AP Inter 1st year Supply results at 4 pm and students can check their marks 4 pm onwards on resultsbie.ap.gov.in using hall ticket number and date of birth. The results for the general and vocational streams will be revealed today.

AP Inter 1st Year Supply Results 2024 

-Visit the board’s results webpage – resultsbie.ap.gov.in

-Click the general or vocational IPASE 1st Year Result link provided on the homepage.

-To log in, enter your date of birth and hall ticket number.

-Check and download the result.

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-AP Inter 1st Year Supply Results 2024 Result time: 4 pm

-AP Inter 1st Year Supply Results 2024 memos to be released at: 4:30 pm

To announce the results of AP Inter 1st Year Supply Results 2024, the BIEAP will not be holding a press conference.

A total of 5,03,459 candidates were qualified to take the BIEAP and IPASE exams in the first and second years this year. 3,65,872 of them were for the first year of IPASE, and 1,37,587 were for the second year.

A candidate must receive at least 60% of the possible points in order to pass the test. The passing score is lowered to 50% for candidates from the Backward Classes category and to 40% for candidates from the SC, ST, differently abled, and ex-servicemen categories, per the reservation regulations.

The purpose of the Andhra Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test is to recruit teachers for the state’s government schools. There are two exam papers, and passing Paper 1 entitles candidates to teach students in Classes 1 through 5, while passing Paper 2 entitles candidates to teach students in Classes 6 through 8.

The AP Inter 1st Year Supply Exam 2024 was held in May and June of this year. The examination ran from May 24 to June 1. First-year students had papers from 9 am to 12 pm, and second-year students had papers from 2:30 p.m.to 5:30 p.m. In the first year of the regular course, 1,77,012 boys and 1,69,381 girls were registered.