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CTET 2023 Answer Key Now Available: Deadline for Objections Today on

CTET Answer Key 2023 Now Open for Challenges: Deadline Today on

Today marks the final opportunity to submit challenges against the official CTET Answer Key 2023. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has made the answer key available for both Paper 1 and Paper 2 of the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) July Session on its official website.

If you haven’t already, you can still raise objections if you believe there are discrepancies or errors in the answer key. Visit to do so. The window for challenging specific answers remains open until September 18, 2023.

To submit a challenge, you’ll need to make a payment of Rs. 1000 per questioned answer through a Credit/Debit Card by 12:00 noon. Any applicable refunds will be processed online and returned to the respective credit/debit card account. Therefore, it’s advisable to use your personal credit/debit card for payment.

If the Board accepts your challenge, indicating an error in the answer key, they will notify a policy decision and refund the fee accordingly. Any refunds will be transferred online to the concerned credit/debit card account. Consequently, it’s recommended to use your own credit/debit card for payment. Please note that the Board’s decision on challenges will be final, and further communication won’t be entertained.

To raise objections, simply login to your account on using your roll number and date of birth. On your dashboard, you can access your recorded responses and view the CTET answer keys.

Select the question you want to challenge from the dropdown menu and click “Select for Challenge.” Choose the answer option you believe is correct. If you think more than one option is correct, select the desired options.

If you’ve selected the wrong answer option to challenge, you can click to update your answer. If you wish to challenge additional answer keys, follow the same procedure.

CTET Minimum Qualifying Marks for July/August Exam 2023

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has established minimum passing scores applicable to all categories. The CTET examination consists of two papers: Paper 1 for primary school educators and Paper 2 for upper primary school educators. Importantly, the minimum passing scores are uniform for both these papers.

For CTET 2023, the minimum passing percentage is set at 60% for individuals in the General category and 55% for those falling under Reserved categories like SC, ST, and OBC. In practical terms, this implies that candidates from the General category are required to secure at least 90 out of 150 marks to qualify. Conversely, candidates in the Reserved categories need to achieve a minimum of 82 out of 150 marks to meet the passing criteria.

CTET Result and Final Answer Key 2023

Once the objections have been addressed, you can look forward to the release of the ultimate answer key. As for the results of CTET 2023, they are anticipated to be officially announced by the end of September. Additionally, you’ll soon find your mark sheets and qualifying certificates conveniently uploaded on DigiLocker. To access these documents, simply use the mobile number you provided in your online CTET July 2023 application form for a hassle-free download.

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