AP POLYCET 2018 Results: The AP POLYCET 2018 Results has been declared by the Andhra Pradesh Board of Technical Education and Training today. The results for Andhra Pradesh Polytechnic Entrance Test was released on the third party website- manabadi.co.in. The results have also been released at polycetap.nic.in and students may check their AP Polytechnic Exam results here as well. Students are advised to keep their hall ticket number handy while they are checking their result. Also Read - Cyclone Nivar: Tamil Nadu Districts Announce Helpline Numbers For Emergency Services | Check List

The AP POLYCET examination was held on April 27 for those seeking admission in diploma programs conducted in government, aided, private, un-aided polytechnics institutes in the state’s private engineering and non-engineering colleges. It must be noted that it was a two-hour long exam and the question paper consisted of 120 multiple choice questions and another 60 class 10th standard questions related to Physics, Chemistry and Math. Also Read - Cyclone Nivar: PM Modi Speaks To Tamil Nadu, Puducherry CMs, Assures All Support From Centre

How to check AP POLYCET 2018 Results:

Step 1: Visit the website- manabadi.co.in. Also Read - Cyclone Nivar Updates: Chennai Receives Heavy Rain Ahead of Landfall, IMD Says Storm Likely to Turn Severe

Step 2: Click on the link which appears on the top left side of the home page- ‘AP POLYCET Results 2018’.

Step 3: Enter your hall ticket number and submit.

Step 4: View your result and download your result.

Step 5: Take a print out and keep it for future use.

Class 12 students were given preference over others, when it came to filling the AP POLYCET 2018 form. A minimum of 30 percent marks have to be acquired in order to qualify the exam, that is, 36 marks out of 120 must be obtained. Also, the there is no option for re-totalling or revaluation in AP POLYCET examination.

Polytechnic Common Entrance Test (POLYCET) for candidates seeking admission in to all Diploma Courses in Engineering / Non Engineering institutions, including aided and un-aided private polytechnics and institutions in Andhra Pradesh State for the academic year 2018 – 2019  will be now conducted by the Board of Technical Education and Training, Andhra Pradesh, Vijayawada.