CTET 2021-22 Answer Key is Now Available @ctet.nic.in:Download Question paper & Response Sheet

CTET 2021-22 Answer Key @ctet.nic.in: CBSE has published the CTET December 2021 Examination Answer Key. Candidates can use the official website to get the Question Paper, Response Sheet, and Raise objections.

CTET 2021-22 Answer key

CTET 2021-22 Answer Key is now available at ctet.nic.in.

The CTET December 2021 Examination (15th Edition of the Central Teacher Eligibility Test) Answer Key, Question Paper, and Response Sheet have been issued by CBSE. CTET 2022-21 Examination was held in two levels: primary teachers  (for classes 1st to 5th) and elementary teachers (for classes 6th to 8th) from December 16th to January 21st, 2022. Let's have a look at how to access the CTET 2021-22 Answer Key, Question Paper, and Response Sheet.

CTET 2021 Answer Key for Challenges Display

The CTET has published the Provisional Answer Key for the questions on its official website, ctet.nic.in. The CBSE is offering applicants the ability to dispute the Provisional Answer Keys for a non-refundable processing fee. The tentative Answer Keys will most likely be available for two to three days.

Only paid challenges submitted during the specified time frame will be considered. Challenges submitted without payment of a fee or on any other media (email/letter/representation) will not be accepted.

The CTET's ruling on the challenges is final, and no further correspondence will be heard. CTET will not contact each candidate personally to tell them of their issues.

Subject matter experts will review all of the challenges received before displaying the final solution keys. The final answer keys will be used to determine the outcome. No complaints about answer key(s) will be accepted once the CTET- DECEMBER 2021 results are announced.

Download the CTET December 2021 Answer Key/Question Paper/Response Sheet to calculate your tentative score.

Candidates can access and download the Answer Key, Question Paper, and Response Sheet by clicking on the following link:

CTET December 2021 Answer Key/Question Paper/Response Sheet Download Direct Link

Candidates can compute their marks to see if they meet the minimal qualifying marks or not. A TET pass or TET qualified individual has a score of 60% or above on the TET test. The Minimum Qualifying Marks for each category are as follows:

Ctet 2021-2022

CTET 2022-21 Exam Highlights

  • For the first time, the CTET Dec 2021 Exam was held online in many places.
  • In Papers 1 and 2, each question was worth one mark.
  • 150 questions were asked in 150 minutes to complete the test (Paper-1 & Paper-2 Each).
  • There was no negative grading for incorrect responses.
  • CTET is a qualifying exam. The CTET is merely an eligibility test. Qualifying in the CTET does not provide any right to Recruitment/ Employment because it is merely one of the qualifying requirements for appointment.
  • This test has five subjects and no sectional cut-off.

CTET 2021 Result Announcement

CBSE will publish the CTET 2021 Exam Results on its official website, ctet.nic.in, on the 15th of February 2022 (tentatively).

Validity of CTET 2021 Certificate

Candidates who pass the CTET test are given an Eligibility Certificate. The CTET certificate is now valid for life. The CTET results will be given weightage in the recruiting process; nevertheless, passing the CTET does not confer any entitlement to recruitment/employment since it is merely one of the eligibility requirements for appointment.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on CTET 2021-22

Q. What is the official website where I can download the CTET 2021 Answer Key?

Ans. Candidates can download their CTET answer key from the official website-ctet.nic.in

Q.What is the minimum qualifying score for the CTET 2022-21 exam?

Ans. TET Pass or TET Qualified is defined as a score of 60% or more in the TET exam (55 percent for OBC/SC/ST).

Q. Is there going to be any negative marking in the CTET 2022 exam?

Ans. Yes, There will be no negative marking for incorrect answers.

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