CBSE CTET Answer Key 2024: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) successfully concluded the CTET exam 2024 on January 21. As per the official data, 26,93,526 candidates had registered for the CBSE CTET exam. Out of this number, 9,58,193 candidates were for paper 1 (class 1 to 5), and 17,35,333 candidates were for paper 2 (class 6 to 8).
The official answer key will be released soon along with the CTET result on the website ctet.nic.in. CBSE has not announced the release dates yet. Candidates are advised to keep checking the CTET website regularly for updates. The same will be updated on this website.
CBSE CTET Provisional Answer Key 2024
CBSE will first release the provisional answer key for CTET 2024 exam. Candidates will be able to raise objections against the provisional answer key through the official website. For each objection, candidates will have to pay a fee of INR 1,000. Here is how candidates will be able to download the provisional answer key:
Step 1: Visit the official website, ctet.nic.in
Step 2: Click on the link for provisional answer key
Step 3: Login using required credentials
Step 4: The answer key will be displayed on your screen
Step 5: Download the answer key PDF and check the answers
How to raise objections against CTET answer key 2024?
After downloading the answer key PDF, candidates will be able to challenge the answer key on the official website. Here is how one can raise objections:
Step 1: Visit the official website and click on the answer key challenge link
Step 2: Login using your CTET credentials
Step 3: Click on the link for answer key challenge
Step 4: The instructions to submit challenges will be displayed on your screen
Step 5: Select the question you wish to challenge from the menu
Step 6: Click on the link to enter your answer and choose the correct option
Step 7: Submit the answer
Step 8: Pay the challenge fee of INR 1,000
The final answer key will be released along with the CTET result. Candidates will be able to download it from the official website.
CTET Cut Off 2024
As per the guidelines set by CBSE, candidates belonging to unreserved category are required to score a minimum of 60% in their CTET exam. Candidates can check the CTET cut off and qualifying score in the table below:
|Minimum Qualifying Percentage (in %)
|Minimum Qualifying Marks (Out of 150)
|SC/ ST/ OBC/ PwD
For more information about CBSE CTET exam 2024, candidates can visit the official website, ctet.nic.in.