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    AP Intermediate results: Revaluation starting on April 13, supplementary exams scheduled for May 24

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    The Andhra Pradesh Board of Intermediate Examination (BIEAP) has announced dates for revaluation and supplementary examinations after declaring results for the Intermediate first and second year. The revaluation process will take place from April 13 to April 24, allowing students to apply for recounting and re-verification of their answer scripts if they have doubts about their percentage.

    Additionally, the Board will hold the supplementary and improvement exams between May 24 and June 1. This academic year, 310,877 out of 460,273 students who appeared in the first year Intermediate passed, resulting in a pass percentage of 67 percent. In the second year general category, 306,580 out of 393,757 students passed, with a pass percentage of 78 percent.

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    In terms of district performance, Krishna district topped the first-year general category with 84 percent, followed by Guntur at 81 percent and NTR district at 79 percent. The Alluri Sitaramaraju district had the lowest pass percentage at 48 percent. In the second-year examination, Krishna district also topped with 90 percent, followed by Guntur and NTR at 87 percent each, Vizag at 84 percent, and Chittoor with the lowest pass percentage of 63 percent.

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