By |07 Sep 2023 at 7:33 PM
CBSE CTET 2022 schedule OUT, exam from December 28 to February 7

CTET Answer Key 2023: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will shortly publish the CTET 2023 answer keys. On the official website at, candidates who took the Central Teacher Eligibility Test can review the answer key and, if necessary, file objections against it.

CTET 2023 was conducted on the 20th of August, 2023. In the CTET 2023 examination, 2,903,903 candidates took part. Paper I was taken by 1,501,719 candidates, while Paper II was taken by 1,402,184 candidates. The Board is anticipated to release the provisional answer keys for both exams shortly.

Candidates should be aware that the CTET Answer Key 2023 will not be definitive. If you are dissatisfied with the answers provided in the preliminary answer keys, you may file objections during the objection period.

CTET Answer Key 2023: CBSE to release Paper 1, Paper 2 answer keys soon on, check details here

How to object to the CTET Provisional Answer Key for 2023?

  1. Visit the official CTET website at
  2. Click the ‘Objection’ or ‘Challenge’ section on the homepage.
  3. Enter your application number and date of birth to log in.
  4. Now, click on the ‘View Question Paper’ button to review the responses that were marked and to dispute the CTET Answer Key 2023.
  5. Navigate to the link for the answer key and select the Question IDs.
  6. Once you’ve chosen the questions you wish to contest, scroll down and pick the link that reads “Save your Claims.”
  7. Upload the supporting documentation and submit the fee.
  8. Submit the form and print the confirmation page for your records.

Paper 1 and Paper 2 of the CTET 2023 examination each included 150 multiple-choice questions (MCQs). Paper-I was separated into five sections, while Paper-II was separated into four. Each correct response will be worth one point, and there will be no deductions for incorrect answers.

How do you determine your score utilising the CTET Answer Key 2023?

  1. Examine the CTET marking scheme to differentiate between correct and incorrect responses.
  2. Determine the number of questions you’ve answered correctly.
  3. Calculate your total score by multiplying the correct responses by their assigned marks.
  4. Determine your overall total by adding your section scores.
  5. Verify your answers by consulting the official answer key