The Maharashtra State Council of Examination has released the interim answer keys for the Maharashtra Teacher Eligibility Test or MAHA TET 2021. Candidates who have appeared for the examination on November 21, 2021, can now download and check the answer keys from the official website – mahatet.in. Based on the answer key, candidates will be able to submit the objections by December 08, 2021. It is speculated that soon after receiving the objections, the Council will release the final answer key and the MAHA TET result 2021.
To download the interim answer keys, here are the steps that one can follow.
Step 1- Go to the official website of MAHA TET 2021 – mahatet.in
Step 2- On the right-hand side of the page, click on the link for ‘Interim Answer Key’
Step 3- Now, select the paper and then choose the required language
Step 4- The answer key will be displayed
Step 5- Crosscheck the answers and download the interim answer key.
After checking the answer keys, if any candidate finds any error or objection regarding any question, then they can submit representations via the objection registration link. The link for the same is available at the examinee’s login portal on the official website. Please note that objections sent via post or email will not be accepted. The steps to submit objections are given below.
Step 1- Visit mahatet.in and click on ‘Log in Pariksharthi’
Step 2- A new page will open where one has to enter the TET registration ID and password on the right-hand side of the page
Step 3- Find the ‘Objection Candidate’ option beside the ‘Paper-II Admit Card’ link
Step 4- Now, fill up the details such as paper number, question number, question paper set code, answer as per the answer key, answer to be corrected, etc.
Step 5- Upload documents (if any) and click on the ‘Submit’ button.
As mentioned earlier, the last date to submit objections is December 08, 2021. These objections will then be evaluated by the subject experts after which the final answer key and results will be published. To calculate a tentative MAHA TET 2021 score, candidates can give 01 mark to every correct answer after crosschecking it from the interim answer key. However, there is no negative marking in the exam.