The answer key for CUET UG 2022 was released on September, 8, 2022. Students can submit any objection with the answer key on the official website.
Many students have taken to social media to express their confusion and frustration with the CUET UG 2022 answer key. The National Testing Agency (NTA) published the answer key and question paper for the exam on September 8, 2022, along with recorded responses, on the official website. However, there are several discrepancies between the answer key and the questions on the exam, leading to confusion and frustration among students.
If candidates are not satisfied with the answer key for CUET 2022, they will be able to challenge the answers by paying a non-refundable processing fee of Rs 200 per question challenged. Objections can be raised until tomorrow, September 10, 2022. After reviewing the answer key, NTA will release the final answer key and result for CUET 2022.
Some students have shared that despite appearing for the exam, they were marked absent. They also shared the image of their login page on Twitter.In response to the query, the NTA asked students to click the button ‘Need Help’ on the portal and mention details there.
A student took to twitter and shared that, “I am facing the same issue. I gave the Slot 1 exams on 20th July at Delhi University Stadium, North Campus and have received an absent result update for the slot. I had duly signed the attendance sheet & successfully submitted all exams.”
Exactly the same thing happened with me. I had given my exam on 20.07.2022 of accounts, English and Business Studies and now it is showing absent.@DG_NTA @TOIDelhi @ABPNews— Aditi Gupta (@AditiGu44702649) September 8, 2022
I request you to solve this issue as soon as possible.#CUET #NTA #cuetresult https://t.co/oZoYpaVRHV
Replying to NTA, the student said they had already submitted the issue on the official website. They continued by saying, “First you confuse us by giving us multiple dates for exams that we have already submitted, and then you issue admit cards saying that students who have submitted the same papers previously should not reappear for the new slots.”
Many other students have also faced similar problems. Another student said, “This happened to me too. I had given my exam on 20.07.2022 for accounts, English and Business Studies and now it is showing up as absent.”