How to give APTET Exam Center Preferences (How to Modify APTET Exam Center) 2023

How to give APTET Exam Center Preferences, Govt of AP, DSE had given an option for a change of APTET Exam Center Preferences. The candidates who have been allotted test centers at Bangalore, Chennai & Hyderabad, beyond their 5 preferences, an Option will be enabled after 4.00 pm for exercising revised preference of examination center within AP State. For such candidates, the exam will be conducted from 2.30 pm to 5.00 pm across the State on the notified date.

AP TET Allocation of Exam Centres: In all 4,40,518 candidates applied for APTET. As per clause no13 of the APTET Notification and Information Bulletin, it was informed that the candidates will be allotted exam center from among the 5 preferences given by them. However, the allotment of centers hall is the discretion of the department. Further, all the candidates also signed the declaration in agreement to the discretion of the department regarding test center allotment.

Out of 4,40,518 applicants, the preferences of 15,605 (3.5%) candidates could not be accommodated in their preferential districts in view of limited exam centers and seats in the district.  Consequently while.

  • a. Chittoor and Kadapa districts: – 61,453 candidates applied for Chittoor and Kadapa districts, 3,110 candidates are allotted exam centers in Chennai.
  • b. Anantapur district: – Similarly, out of 42,622 candidates who applied for Anantapur district 9,052 candidates are allotted exam centers in Bangalore.
  • c. Kurnool District: – Further, out of 50,808candidates who applied for Kurnool District, 3,443 candidates are allotted to exam centers in Hyderabad.
How to give APTET Exam Center Preferences
Name of the preferencesAPTET Exam Center Preferences 2023
TitleGive the AP TET Exam Center Preferences 2023
SubjectDSE enabled APTET Exam Center Preferences 2023 link
CategoryExam Center Allocation
Websitehttps://aptet.apcfss.in/
Choose Exam CenterChoose Exam Center Service’ will be enabled soon on its official website

If any of these 15,605 candidates prefer not to write TET in the current exam center allotted to them outside A.P State, they can exercise revised preference to write TET on its official website at the exam centers located in the following seven districts Chittoor, Kadapa, Anantapur, Kurnool, Nellore, Krishna, and Guntur.

This option will be made available online till the deadline. Hall tickets will be issued to all such candidates as per their revised preference. These candidates can utilize either of the hall tickets to write TET. It may be noted that if any of these candidates write the APTET in the first allotted center (outside AP State) such candidate will not be permitted to write APTET again in the revised preferred center.

Check APTET exam centre allotment at aptet.apcfss.in: The admit cards for Andhra Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test has been released at the official websites, cse.ap.gov.in and aptet.apcfss.in. A total of 4,40,518 candidates applied for TET.

However, due to limitations with respect to centers, the Commissioner of School Education (exam conducting body), has come out with a solution. In a note, the exam authority has informed the candidates who have been allotted test centers at Bangalore, Chennai, and Hyderabad, beyond their 5 preferences, an option will be enabled for exercising revised preference of examination center within Andhra Pradesh.

For such candidates, the exam will be conducted from 2.30 pm to 5.00 pm across the state. This arrangement is done as 15,605 (3.5%) candidates could not be accommodated in their preferential districts due to limited exam centers in the district. So while 61,453 candidates applied for Chittoor and Kadapa districts, 3,110 candidates are allotted exam centers in Chennai.

Similarly, out of 42,622 candidates who applied for Anantapur district 9,052 candidates are allotted exam centers in Bangalore. Further, out of 50,808 candidates who applied for Kurnool district, 3,443 candidates are allotted to exam centers in Hyderabad.

As 15,605 candidates have preferred not to write TET in the current exam center allotted to them outside the state, they can exercise revised preference to write TET on March 2 at the exam centers located in the following seven districts – Chittoor, Kadapa, Anantapur, Kurnool, Nellore, Krishna, and Guntur.

How to download APTET hall tickets

  • Go to the official website
  • On the homepage, click on the admit card link
  • A new page will open
  • Enter your login credentials
  • Download and take a print out

How to give APTET Exam Center Preferences:

How to Exercise APTET Exam Center Preference? / How to Submit APTET Exam Center Preferences / How to Modify APTET Exam Center Preferences/ How to give APTET Exam Center Preferences:

  • First visit the Official Website: https://aptet.apcfss.in/
  • Click on the “Submit APTET Exam Center Preferences” link, then a new page will be displayed.
  • In this APTET Modify Center Preference, Enter your ID and Date of Birth in the required fields.
  • Then your given details will be displayed like below…
    • Candidate Id: 2023100123456
    • Candidate Name: H M L PRASHANTH SASTRI
    • Date Of Birth: 01/01/1990
    • Mobile: Mobile Number
    • Center Preference 1: ANANTAPUR
    • Center Preference 2: KURNOOL
    • Center Preference 3: KADAPA
    • Center Preference 4: CHITTOOR
    • Center Preference 5: GUNTUR
  • Enter the OTP: (OTP Sent to The Registered Mobile Number 96******41.)
  • If You Want to Change Center Preference, Please Select One Of The Following Centers
    • a. Center Preference 1: *(Krishna, Guntur, Potti Sreeramulu Nellore, Chittoor, Kadapa, Ananthapur, Kurnool)
    • b. Center Preference 2: *(Krishna, Guntur, Potti Sreeramulu Nellore, Chittoor, Kadapa, Ananthapur, Kurnool)
    • c. Center Preference 3: *(Krishna, Guntur, Potti Sreeramulu Nellore, Chittoor, Kadapa, Ananthapur, Kurnool)
    • d. Center Preference 4: *(Krishna, Guntur, Potti Sreeramulu Nellore, Chittoor, Kadapa, Ananthapur, Kurnool)
    • e. Center Preference 5: *(Krishna, Guntur, Potti Sreeramulu Nellore, Chittoor, Kadapa, Ananthapur, Kurnool)
    • f. Center Preference 6: *(Krishna, Guntur, Potti Sreeramulu Nellore, Chittoor, Kadapa, Ananthapur, Kurnool)
    • g. Center Preference 7: *(Krishna, Guntur, Potti Sreeramulu Nellore, Chittoor, Kadapa, Ananthapur, Kurnool)
  • Note: To the candidates who have been allotted test centers at Bangalore, Chennai & Hyderabad, beyond their 5 preferences, an option will be enabled for exceeding the revised preference of examination center within AP State.
  • For such candidates, the exam will be conducted as per the schedule from 2.30 pm to 5.00 pm across the State.
  • Check more details from here 
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