Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) successfully conducted the PSTET 2021 examination at selected centres across the state. The Punjab State Teacher Eligibility Test (PSTET) 2021 was held through the offline mode at selected centres across the country. The exam was held in the form of two papers – Paper I and Paper II. The state board recorded 93.89% attendance in Paper I and 94.1% attendance in Paper II. However, further specifications with regard to attendance are yet to be announced by the board.
As applicable in any teacher eligibility test, the PSTET 2021 exam was held in the form of two papers. Paper I was meant for candidates who wish to teach Class 1-5. Paper II was held for those who wish to teach Class 6-8. Slot timings for both papers were different. Candidates were expected to appear for the exam in accordance with their exam timing.
Now that the PSTET 2021 exam is done and dusted, candidates have been eagerly waiting for the answer keys. PSEB will be releasing the official answer key on pstet.pseb.ac.in. However, this will take a few days’ time. In the meantime, candidates can make use of answer keys uploaded by educators online. These answer keys have been uploaded in two formats – 1. PDF and 2. Video-based on YouTube.
Popular educators such as Study Point 44 and Think Tech Era have uploaded dedicated videos to discuss the paper and provide the right option for each question. Following are the links to their PSTET 2021 Answer Key videos –
|Sr. No||Name of Educator||Answer Key Link|
|1.||Study Point 44||Click Here|
|2.||TET BUZZER Academy (Anmol Arora)||Click Here|
|3.||Think Tech Era||Click Here|
|4.||Punjabi Learn with – Gagan Sir||Click Here|
While watching these videos, candidates are instructed to keep a notepad and pen handy. So that while watching the PSTET 2021 video-based answer key, they can note down the answers simultaneously. For accurate answer keys, candidates can refer to 2-3 videos uploaded by different educators.
After noting down the answer key, candidates can draw a comparison with their responses to calculate a tentative PSTET 2021 exam score. This score may differ from the actual score by 1-2 marks depending on how carefully a candidate has checked his/her answers. The point is not to score a higher rank but to acquire marks equal to or greater than the category cut-off.
PSEB will be releasing the PSTET 2021 cut-offs for each category later, around the time of announcing the results. But these cut-offs may differ marginally from the previous-year figures. So, a candidate can compare his/her score with the past-year cut-offs to determine theri chances of qualifying the exam.