The Board of Secondary Education, Andhra Pradesh (BSEAP), has recently announced the timetable for the AP SSC Class 10 supplementary exams 2023. These exams are scheduled to commence from June 2, providing an opportunity for students who did not clear the regular exams to improve their scores.
According to the official notification released by the board, the AP Class 10th supplementary exams will be conducted from 9.30 AM to 12.45 PM. It is essential for students to arrive at their respective examination centers on time to avoid any inconvenience.
The exam schedule includes a variety of subjects, each carrying a different maximum mark. On June 2, the exams will commence with the First Language paper, worth 100 marks, and the First Language Paper-I for the Composite Course, valued at 70 marks. On June 3, students will be tested on the Second Language subject, which carries 100 marks. The following day, June 5, the English exam will take place, also worth 100 marks.
Continuing with the remaining subjects, the Mathematics exam is scheduled for June 6, Science for June 7, and Social Studies for June 8. Each of these exams holds a maximum mark of 100. Additionally, on June 9, students will be required to write the First Language Paper-II for the Composite Course, which carries 30 marks. Moreover, candidates pursuing the OSSC Main Language (Sanskrit, Arabic, Persian) will have papers I and II on June 9 and June 10, respectively, each valued at 100 marks.