Last updated time: 14 March 2023, 13:32 IST
Candidates can check their MP HSTET answer key by using roll number and TCA code (representative image).
MP TET Answer Key 2023: Candidates who appeared for the exam can download the answer key from esb.mp.gov.in. They can also object to the preliminary answer key by March 16
The Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board (MPPEB) has released the Preliminary Answer Key for the State High School Teacher Eligibility Test or MP HSTET) 2023. Candidates who appeared for the exam can download the answer key by visiting MPPEB official website esb. mp.gov.in. They can also object to the preliminary answer key, if any, by March 16. Please note that a fee of Rs 50 per invitation will be charged.
Candidates can check their MP HSTET answer key by using roll number and TCA code (printed on the exam admit card). “Regarding any wrong questions/answers in the question paper, only candidates can file their objections through the link provided online on this website,” the official notification said. After the objection date has passed, the link will be disabled.
The Staff Selection Board (ESB) prepares the final answer key for evaluation after considering the wrong questions in the question paper as well as the online offers received from the candidates. Further, the decision of the Professional Examination Board, Bhopal regarding the final answer key will be final.
MP TET 2023 Provisional Answer Key: Download Steps
Step 1: Visit MPPEB official page at peb.mp.gov.in
Step 2: Click on the link “Online Question/Answer Challenge – High School Teacher Eligibility Test – 2023” on the home page.
Step 3: When a new page opens, enter your roll number and TAC code. Then click submit.
Step 4: MP TET Answer Key 2023 will appear on the screen.
Step 5: Check, Save and Download MP TET 2023 Provisional Answer Key.
Step 6: Save the same printout for future use.
Madhya Pradesh HSTET 2023 exam was held from 1st March to 11th March. Teacher Eligibility Test was conducted to select teacher candidates in higher secondary schools of the state. A minimum of 60 percent marks are required for unreserved candidates and 50 percent marks for reserved category candidates to appear in the examination.
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