CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) has been released the CTET Answer key 2018 on their official website ctet.nic.in. Candidates can access to the answer key free and can download it online. The official authority has released Answer Key on 28 December 2018 after 12:00 PM. Answer key is available before the declaration of result so that candidates can get a rough idea about their marks. Result can be estimated by the answer key. Candidates will get tentative idea about their performance and score in CTET 2018. Candidate is required to provide with the registration number and other details to login and get the answer key.
It is expected that the official authority will release the CTET Result 2018 via online mode in April 2019 on their official website after sometime of release of answer key. CTET Answer key 2018 will released as per the sets for both the Paper 1 and Paper 2. Candidates will be able to check their answer with their attempts but attempt of correction will not be entertained by the official authority. CBSE will not entertain any request for re-checking, re-assessment, re-evaluation or scrutiny of OMR answer sheets.
Steps to Download CTET Answer Key 2018
Candidates are advised to follow the below given simple steps in order to download their answer key successfully:
Step 1: Candidates firstly visit the official authority as answer key has been released via online mode only at ctet.nic.in
Step 2: On the homepage, there will be a link of answer key. Click on that link.
Step 3: Candidate now provide with details as demanded by the official authority as registration number and other details.
Step 4: CTET Answer Key 2018 will appear on the computer screens. Candidate can now check the answers.
CTET 2018 Examination had successfully commenced on 9 December 2018 at various centers for primary and upper primary teachers. CTET 2018 or Central Teacher Eligibility Test 2018 is conducted by CBSE twice in a year in order to select eligible candidates for the designation of teacher. CTET is organized in two sessions, one for primary teachers (class I to V) and second one for upper primary teachers (class V to VIII). Candidates who wish to appear in both the examinations can give examination for both of them.