The Central Eligibility Entrance Test (CTET) answer key 2023 will be made available soon. Once the CTET 2023 answer key is published, candidates who have taken the test can access it on the official website of CTET, ctet.nic.in. The CTET 2023 was conducted in two shifts by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on August 20. According to the detailed circular of the survey, the results are expected to be announced by the end of September.
Students who are dissatisfied with the provisional CTET answer key will be given a specified time to appeal. After the board publishes the answer key, candidates can appeal the provisional CTET answer key 2023 by paying a fee of Rs 1,000 per question. Applicants’ challenges will be reviewed by subject experts before the publication of the final answer key. The CTET 2023 result will be generated based on the final answer key of CTET 2023.
Along with the CTET final answer key, a CTET answer sheet 2023 will be made accessible on the official website of CBSE. The candidates’ exam answers and correct answers will be mentioned on the CTET answer sheet. The applicants will also receive digital mark sheets and eligibility certificates from the board through DigiLocker.
CTET Answer Key 2023: How to Download
Step 1: Navigate to the official website of CTET 2023, ctet.nic.in.
Step 2: On the home page, select the option “CTET answer key 2023”.
Step 3: Enter your credentials to log in, if necessary.
Step 4: The screen will show the answer key PDF.
Step 5: Save the PDF before clicking the links for the answer key, answer sheet, and question paper.
Step 6: Compare answers and raise any challenges.
The CTET exam in August recorded an overall attendance of 80 percent. A total of over 29 lakh students (15,01,719 for paper 1 (for classes 1 to 5) and 14,02,184 for paper 2 (for classes 6 to 8)) had registered for the test this year.
A candidate’s CTET scorecard is valid for life. The CTET test is used to select candidates for teaching positions in various government institutions including National Army Schools, KVs, NVs and ERDOs. Some private schools also hire teachers based on CTET results. The CTET is split into two parts: Paper I is for candidates who wish to teach grades 1 to 5, and Paper II is for those who wish to teach grades 6 to 8.