CTET answer key 2022 download window will close tomorrow

Srishti Kathuria

Srishti Kathuria

CBSE will close the answer key download window for CTET as well as the answer key objection facility tomorrow. Download CTET answer key at ctet.nic.in.

CTET answer key 2022

The window for Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) answer key 2022 for December session will be closed by The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) tomorrow. Applicants can download the pdf for CTET answer key 2022 from CTET official website – ctet.nic.in.

CBSE delivered the CTET temporary response key on February 14 and has given the applicants a choice to raise challenges against the given answer key till tomorrow noon, February 17, 2023. The board has asked the applicants to present the objections online and pay an expense of Rs 1,000 for each objected question .

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Steps to download CTET answer key 2022

  • Visit the CTET authorized site – ctet.nic.in.
  • Tap on the link that peruses “Download answer key for CTET Dec 2022”.
  • Select the CTET 2022 response key link.
  • The CTET 2022 response key will show on the screen.
  • Check every one of the details on the CTET answer key 2022 and download it in a pdf file.

CTET answer key 2022 : The exams for CTET 2022 December session were conducted from December 28 to February 7, 2023. CTET is an annual national level exam directed by the CBSE to decide the eligibility of candidates to fill vacant positions of teachers in India. Candidates who have scored minimum 45% marks in class 12 or above 50% marks in graduation or  above 55% marks in post graduation are eligible for the CTET exam.

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