CTET Answer Key 2022 released: The CBSE has released the CTET answer key 2022 on 23 January 2022 for the December 2021 exam. The candidates who attempted the CTET can now check the answer key in the official website or check the direct link provided here to download the answer key.
Central Teachers Eligibility Test (CTET) is organized by the Central Board of School Education (CBSE) to select eligible teachers towards the education sector in the Country. CTET helps the schools to select the finest minds towards their service. After successfully passed the CTET candidates will be eligible to work as the teachers all over the country for the next 07 years. As many as 22,97,062 candidates appeared in the C-TET 2021-22 with 12,19,220 candidates appearing in paper 1 and 10,77,842 appearing in paper 2. Candidates can find the provisional CTET answer key in the below-given link.
CTET Answer Key 2022
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) released the CTET Answer Key 2021-22 on January 23, 2022. Candidates who appeared for the test can check the answer key using the below-given steps once it gets officially released on the website. CBSE will upload the Answer Key of Paper I and Paper II in the PDF Download format. Aspirants who appeared for the CTET are allowed to raise objections to the answer keys if they find it wrong or faulty. The answer key is released along with the CTET OMR Sheet and Calculation sheet. After looking into all the objections in detail, the CBSE will release the final answer keys thereafter.
Steps to Download Answer Key 2022
Aspirants can download the Central Teacher Eligibility Test Answer Key 2022 by simply visiting the official website. The detailed process to download the answer key is discussed below in steps.
- Visit the official website, Click Here
- Click on the “View & Challenge OMR Sheet and Answer Key: CTET December 2021”
- Enter your Roll Number & Date of Birth with which you applied for CTET.
- The Download link to Answer Key & OMR Sheet will appear, click to download.
Candidates can calculate their expected score of the CTET exam by comparing their answers with the Official answer keys released by the CBSE for the CTET Exam. Each question carries one mark. The CTET Qualifying Marks for General Category or GC candidates is 60% (90 Marks) and for SC/ST/OBC is 55% (82 marks.)
Procedure to Raise Objections
To challenge the CTET OMR Sheet and Answer Key, candidates need to send an objection to the CBSE via online application. Candidates can raise objections between the period mentioned by the CBSE. A fee of Rs 1000 will be collected for each question for raising objections. This is a non-refundable fee and should be paid via Credit/Debit Card. The procedure to raise objections to Answer Key is as follows:
- Visit the official website
- Click on the tab challenging the answer key
- Enter your Roll Number & Date of Birth which was submitted during the application.
- Attach proof of the objection raised along with the form
- Pay the objection fee of Rs 1000 through Debit/ Credit Card
- Submit & Save for future reference
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