Tripura Board of Joint Entrance Examination (TBJEE) has delayed the official TBJEE 2022 answer key. The answer keys for TBJEE 2022 were expected to be released on April 29, however it didn’t happen. The candidates eagerly waiting for the answer key release did not get any update regarding the same. Now, reports are suggesting that the official answer keys could be released today.
As per the schedule released earlier, once the TBJEE 2022 answer key was released, the candidates were asked to object against the wrong answers till May 04, 2022, up to 5 PM. Now, since the answer key is delayed, therefore, we might expect that this date is also pushed by 1 to 2 days.
TBJEE 2022 Answer Key Delay Reason
TBJEE 2022 exam was held on April 27, 2022, in three shifts. As per the board’s schedule, the answer key was going to be released anytime yesterday. However, the board failed to provide the same on the designated date. As of now, no definite reason has been reported for this delay. Now, popular media houses have been reporting that the answer key for TBEE 2022 is expected anytime today. The candidates are advised to stay in touch with the official website of the board, tbjee.nic.in for all the latest updates related to the same.
How to Download the TBJEE 2022 Answer Key?
Although, the date and time of releasing the TBJEE 2022 answer key are not defined yet the candidates must be well-versed with the correct set of steps to download the same.
Check out the steps below and use them while downloading TBJEE 2022 answer key:
Step 1: Visit the official website of TBJEE, tbjee.nic.in
Step 2: On the homepage, click on the TBJEE 2022 answer key link below the latest update section.
Step 3: Next, click on the chosen subject for the TBJEE 2022 examination and open the answer key.
Step 4: After this, compare the answers marked in both the response sheet and answer key and use the marking scheme.
Step 5: Calculate the marks thus obtained in the TBJEE 2022 examination and save the answer key on the device.
Candidates can use the answer keys to cross-verify their responses and calculate the tentative score. They can also raise objections against it, in case they deem any answer to be incorrect.