CSE AP had allowed candidates to raise objections against the provisional answer keys till 9 March.
CSE AP has set pass mark criteria for different categories. For candidates belonging to OC community a minimum 60% mark is essential to pass; the pass mark for BC community is 50% marks. For other categories the pass mark is 40%.
APTET Certificate / Marks Memo shall be valid for a period of 7 years from the date of TET examination in accordance with NCTE Guidelines.
For APTET 2017 Paper I, 1,71,052 candidates have appeared while 1,81,304 candidates sat for Paper II.
58,472 appeared for Paper III which was introduced this year.
APTET Results: How to check
Step 1: Go to the official website of APTET
Step 2: Click on the results link
Step 3: Login with your registration details
Step 4: Submit the details.
Step 5: Check your APTET results
For selection in District Selection Committee (DSC) recruitment, candidates with APTET scores will have added advantage. For the selection 20% weightage will be given to APTET scores.
About APTET 2017-2018
Online registration for APTET 2017-2018 was started in December 2017. Application process continued till January 2018. The exam was initially scheduled to be held after mid of January; however it was postponed and candidates appeared for the exam in February-March. Though the exam concluded on 15 February, 15605 candidates could not appear for the exam as exam conducting body, CSE AP could not accommodate the candidates in the districts of their choices. Those candidates were allotted test centres at Bangalore, Chennai and Hyderabad. CSE AP then allowed such candidates to appear for the exam, at the centres of their choice, on 2 March 2018. Answer keys were released next and candidates submitted their representations against it. The final answer keys came on 13 March 2018.
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