Students can check their results on the board's official website (http://results19.bseap.org) after entering their roll number.
While releasing the results, school education commissioner Sandhya Rani informed that a total of 6,30,082 students including 10,588 private candidates appeared for the examination which ran through March 18 to April 4, 2019.
Supplementary examinations will be held from June 17 to June 29.
Of the total 6,19,494 regular students, over 94 per cent passed the exams. "94.68 per cent of the boys and 95.09 per cent of the girls passed as regular students," she said.
In the private candidates, 58.82 per cent passed them exams out of which girls constitute 61.84 per cent, she stated.
All of the students passed in the exam in 5,464 schools, while three schools secured zero per cent results.
With 98.13 per cent, East Godavari district has the highest pass percentage while Nellore secured the lowest 83.19 per cent in the state.
The school commissioner said: "AP residential schools secured the highest percentage of passes (98.24 per cent). Aided schools secured the lowest percentage at 87.16."
She informed: "Some changes will be made in the examination system and pattern from the next academic year. The internal marks system will be abolished. As of now, 20 per cent internal marks are being considered.
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