Days after the successful conduction of the CTET December 2021 examination, candidates have been wondering about the official answer key and result. Some news portals had already predicted the release of the question paper and response sheet by January 27, 2022. This prediction turned out to be true with candidates receiving an intimation on their registered mobile number and email ID. Those who gave the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) 2022 examination are instructed to look for this SMS or email.
What does the CTET 2022 intimation says?
As per the SMS circulated to all registered candidates, the CTET 2022 question paper has been sent to each candidate’s registered email ID. This document is also available on the official website ctet.nic.in. So, in case a candidate has not received any intimation, he/she can check the official portal for their question paper and response sheet.
For their reference, candidates can check the SMS screenshot given below and look for the same in their SMS box –
The release of the CTET 2022 question paper and response sheet indicates an important thing – CBSE will be releasing the answer key and results soon. Results will be announced through the online mode, on the official portal. The exact date is not yet known. So, candidates can visit the portal frequently for important updates in this regard.
Will the CTET 2022 Answer Key release before result?
After the release of question paper with marked responses, candidates are incessantly asking another question – what will release the first-answer key or result? Right now, it is hard to predict what the central education board has in-store for the candidates. Usually, the official answer key is released first followed by the result. However, on some occasions, the opposite has occurred. So, neither possibility can be discounted. Based on the sequence of events, candidates can expect the answer key and results to come out in the next two weeks.
CBSE conducted the CTET 2022 examination from December 16, 2021, to January 23, 202, at selected centers across the country. Candidates had to appear for the test through the computer-based test (CBT) wherein they will have to identify and mark the right responses on the screen. The eligibility test was held in the form of two papers – Paper I and Paper II. While the former was held for those interested in teaching Class 1-5, the latter was conducted for candidates interested in teaching Class 6-8.