Another successful session of the CTET 2021 examination was conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) today, December 22, 2021. Shift 2 of the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) 2021 was held for a duration of 2 hours and 30 minutes, from 2:30 pm to 5:00 pm. the exam was held through the computer-based format at selected centers across the country.
Since the CTET 2021 exam was entirely objective in nature with multiple-choice questions (MCQs), candidates can calculate their tentative marks immediately after the exam. To do so, several educators and subject experts have uploaded their answer keys on YouTube, in the form of video-based solutions.
Institutes and online academic platforms such as Teachers Adda247 and Examपुर Teaching School are in the process of conducting live streams on their YouTube channels. In these live streams, educators are discussing today’s CTET 2021 Paper 2 question paper along with providing a short analysis. This analysis will summarily help candidates understand the difficulty level of today’s paper along with topics covered.
To access the CTET 2021 Paper 2 answer key and analysis, candidates can access the live stream links given below –
|Name of Educator||Answer Key & Analysis Link|
|Examपुर Teaching School||Click Here|
|M.S SSC NOTES for all.||Click Here|
|Teachers Adda247||Click Here|
|DK gupta: Online Video For Govt. Exams||Click Here|
Today’s CTET 2021 Paper 2 comprised of 150 multiple-choice questions for a total of 150 marks. This means that each correct answer will be allotted 1 mark. In the absence of negative marking for incorrect or unanswered questions, students had the freedom of attempting all questions in the paper.
Using the unofficial answer keys and video-based solutions available online, candidates can calculate their CTET 2021 paper 2 tentative score. They can simply use the formula given below –
Total Score = (No. of Correct Answers) x 1
CBSE will also be releasing the official answer key on ctet.nic.in, in due course of time. However, candidates will not have to wait for the official answer key to know their chances of qualifying for the CTET 2021 Paper 2 examination. While the actual score will differ from the tentative score by 1-2 marks, candidates can still determine their qualifying chances. All they need to do is compare their tentative score with the previous-year cut-offs.
Coming to the remaining sessions of the eligibility test, there are still a few shift left of CTET 2021 examination. This eligibility test will be held till January 23, 2022, in the form of morning and afternoon shifts.