AP EAPCET Exam 2024 Check the Exam Date, Counselling Schedule, and More

AP EAPCET Exam 2024

The AP EAMCET 2024 exam will be held from May 16 to May 23, 2024. For engineering students, the exam dates are from May 18 to May 23, 2024. For agriculture students, the exam dates are May 16 and May 17, 2024. You can find information about the exam pattern, locations, rules for exam day, and analysis here.

The exam analysis will be available soon after the exam. If you are taking the exam, make sure to bring your AP EAMCET admit card and a valid photo ID. Follow all the rules and dress code on exam day.

Important Dates

Admit Card

The people in charge have put out the AP EAMCET 2024 hall ticket date online, which was on May 7. They are giving out the hall tickets to people who applied before the deadline. To get the hall ticket, applicants have to log in with their details.

Counselling Schedule

Qualified candidates must join the AP EAMCET counseling 2024, which will happen online soon. During counseling, candidates will be assigned seats from the institutes taking part in the process. The people in charge of the exam will announce the AP EAMCET 2024 result online. Candidates can see their results by logging in. The result will show their scores and ranks in the exam.


The AP EAPCET engineering entrance exam starts on May 18. The hall ticket is available on the official website, cets.apsche.ap.gov.in. Students should bring their AP EAMCET admit card, a black or blue pen, and a completed application form with a caste certificate if they belong to SC or ST categories.

You can enter the exam center starting at 7 am, two hours before the exam starts. The exams for engineering, agriculture, and both streams will be held in two shifts each day: the first from 9 am to 12 noon and the second from 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm.

After verifying documents at the entrance, students will be directed to the exam hall. Invigilators will take a photograph of each student inside the exam hall. Officials will provide login IDs and passwords 15 minutes before the exam starts. Remember, electronic devices like mobile phones, Bluetooth devices, calculators, and smartwatches are not allowed. Anyone caught cheating will be disqualified.

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