Waiting for CTET answer key? The Central Board of Secondary Education will soon to release the answer keys on the official website. Therefore, aspirants who had appeared for the exam and waiting for the exam keys then get ready to check.
As per the reports of India Today, CTET Director Anurag Tripathi said while speaking to leading media daily that the board will release the answer keys soon.
Know where to check:
Candidates can check their answer keys only at ctet.nic.in. After visiting on this website, candidates will not only able to check their answer keys but also can check other details of the exam.
Check out the other details of the exam:
This year, CBSE has conducted the CTET exam on 9th November (Sunday) at 2,144 exam centres held in 92 cities across the nation.
As per the reports, the total of 16,91,088 candidates has appeared for the exam.
This year, CTET examination was held in 20 different languages: English, Hindi, Bangla, Garo, Gujarati, Assamese, Kanada, Khasi, Manipuri, Malayalamm, Mizo, Nepali, Marathi, Oriya, Punjabi, Tamil, Sanskrit, Tibetan, Urdu and Telugu.