As the Andhra Pradesh Intermediate Second year results for 2018 have been declared and now some of the students would not be satisfied with their results and would want to apply for re-evaluation and improvement.
If you are one of them and want to improve your scores in some papers or even in one paper then read this article how to apply for the same.
Recounting, the supply of scanned copy-cum-re-verification of valued answer scripts
For first and second year candidates there is a provision for recounting, the supply of scanned copy-cum-re verification of valued answer scripts
The candidates who wish to avail these facilities have to pay online, an amount of Rs 200 per paper for recounting and Rs 1000 per paper for scanned copy-cum-re-verification of answer book, through Mee Seva or AP online centre.
The candidates can also apply through APFSS by logging on to the apbie.apcfss.in and select re-verification of valued answer scripts and supply of scanned copy in “students services” on payment of required fee at these centres and submit
1) Intermediate Hall ticket number
2) Date of Birth
3) SSC Hall ticket number
4) Mobile Number
5) E-mail ID
The candidate details appear on the screen.
The candidate has to select the subject/she/he wants to apply for recounting/scanned copy-cum-verification and has to furnish his complete address, email ID and mobile number.
The last date for payment of fee towards recounting/scanned copy cum re-verification is April 21, 2018. This service will be stopped after the due date and no further extension of service will be available.
The fee paid towards recounting/scanned copy cum re-verification will not be refunded.
How to apply for improvement
The candidates, who have passed in all the papers, can also apply for improvement on payment of Rs 120/- per paper in addition to the normal examination fee.
The candidates will appear IPASE May 2018 with the same registration number of IPE March 2018.
In case of improvement candidates (who passed in all subjects), the better of either earlier performance or new performance will be taken into consideration.
The first year intermediate failed candidates can appear for passed subjects the first year along with failed subjects, subject to the condition that they shall forego the previous marks of passed papers. In such cases, only the latest marks will stand valid.
The second-year candidates desirous of improving their performance shall appear for all second-year papers including practicals for sciences. The latest performance only holds good. The previous performance will not be considered.
The candidates should note that the intermediate public advanced supplementary examinations, May/June will be held from May 14, 2018.