How to Calculate Scores with CTET OMR Sheet 2019by Shubhi Sharma Digital Markting
Why should you wait for result to know you rmarks, when you can calculate your expected marks by simply calculating it yourself. Since CTET 2019 exam is to be held on December 8, it is expected that the result would be announced in January 2020. By then, it would be really difficult for the candidates to wait for their results. In that case, do not worry. Lets know today as to how you can calculate your marks with the help of the CTET answer key and the OMR sheet/candidate response sheet released by the examination authority.
Let us first know what is CTET?
Central Teachers Eligibility Test or CTET is conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) in order to determine the eligibility of candidates as Teachers from classes 1 to 8. The test is held in offline mode for two papers - paper I and II wherein paper I is for those who wish to become Teachers from classes 1 to 5 while paper II is held for those who wish to become Teachers from classes 6 to 8. However, those who wish to become Teachers from classes 1 to 8 can appear for both papers - paper I and II. Each of the two papers of CTET is conducted for a total of 150 marks wherein each question contains 1 mark each.
How to calculate scores by referring to the OMR sheet?
CBSE releases the official CTET answer key on its website - ctet.nic.in. Along with the answer key, the authority will also release the Candidate response sheet or the OMR sheet in the form of login. Candidates can use their roll number and date of birth to download their response sheet. In this way, they can cross check the correct answers with that of the answers given by them in the CTET exam.
Sample image of CTET OMR sheet downloading window
How to calculate CTET expected marks
Since there is no negative marking for any wrong response given by the candidates, the calculation of marks becomes quite simple. You can apply the formula given below to calculate your marks:
What score makes you qualified?
To be considered CTET qualified, candidates must secure the minimum qualifying marks determined by the exam authority. As per qualifying marks, a general category candidates must secure at least 60% marks i.e. 90 out of 150 marks. For reserved category candidates, certain relaxation (upto 55 %) in the qualifying marks will be given.
CTET qualifying marks
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