AP ICET Result 2017 – The result for AP ICET 2017 has been announced. Check and download AP ICET result 2017 here. The AP ICET score card is available in online mode and a link is provided on this page for the convenience of the candidates. The AP ICET 2017 result won’t be sent to the addresses of the candidates via mail of courier. To access the APICET result, candidates are required to enter their registration number and date of birth. The score card of AP ICET 2017 provides the candidates score along with their ranks. Sri Venkateswara University conducted AP ICET 2017 on May 02, in two different sessions. The total marks of the test were 200 and the candidates must score at least 50 to qualify the test. The candidates will be shortlisted in the merit list on the basis of their score. These candidates will be eligible to take part in the counselling rounds of the various participating institutes. Also, along with the result, final AP ICET answer key has been released. Know more about the AP ICET Result 2017, steps to download, important points, etc. from this page.
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The rank card of the candidates is being issued apart from the AP ICET 2017 result. It is also available only in online mode just like the result of APICET. To download AP ICET 2017 rank card, the candidates are required to enter their registration number and date of birth. No hard copy of the rank card will be sent via post or email to the candidates. Score and rank of AP ICET 2017 will be taken into consideration for granting MBA admission into hundreds of APSCHE affiliated Universities/Colleges in the state of Andhra Pradesh for the academic year 2017-2018 only.
AP ICET 2017 cutoff will be determined after the announcement of result. The colleges accepting the score of this entrance exam will provide the opening and closing 2017 cutoff rank, which will be announced at the time of AP ICET 2017 counselling. To participate in the counselling process, it is imperative for AP ICET 2017 aspirants to obtain a score equal to or more than the cutoff.
Below table provides the AP ICET result important dates and events.
|AP ICET 2017 Result Events||Dates|
|AP ICET 2017 to be conducted on||02 May 2017|
|Preliminary answer key to be released on||04 May 2017|
|Last date to challenge official preliminary answer key||07 May 2017|
|Final AP ICET 2017 answer key issued on||15 May 2017|
|AP ICET result 2017 declared on||15 May 2017|
How to check AP ICET Result 2017?
To access the result of APICET 2017, the candidates can follow the below given steps.
- A direct link to check the result will be provided here as soon as the AP ICET 2017 result will be declared. Click on that link to check the result.
- Thereafter, on the redirected page, enter AP ICET 2017 registration number and date of birth in the given space.
- Result-cum-scorecard of AP ICET will display on the screen on submission of the login credentials.
- Download the result and retain it for future use.
AP ICET Result 2017 – Qualifying Marks
For Andhra Pradesh Integrated Common Entrance Test 2017 (AP ICET), the exam conducting body has prescribed a qualifying percentage, which differs for reserved and non-reserved candidates. Only candidates obtaining this much score in AP ICET will only be considered qualified and will be considered for MBA admission.
The table below provides the qualifying marks of AP ICET 2017 –
|Category||AP ICET Qualifying Marks 2017|
|General and other non-reserved||25% (50 out of 200)|
|SC/ST and reserved||No qualifying percentage is there|
AP ICET Result 2017 – Breaking Tie in Merit List
In case, two or more candidates obtain equal marks in the test, then it will be a situation tie. The following measures in the same order as mentioned here will be taken to resolve this tie –
- Marks obtained in Section A.
- Then, score obtained in Section B.
- If after following the first two steps, the tie will still exist then it will be broken by taking into account the age of the candidates, where priority will be given to the older candidate.