"NTA authorities have published the CUCET 2021 answer key on 3 October 2021. The online answer key challenge facility will close on 5 October."
National Testing Agency (NTA) authorities have published the preliminary CUCET 2021 answer key online on 3 October 2021. Hence, registered candidates can now estimate their scores using the answers provided on the official website, cucet.nta.nic.in. Furthermore, candidates can report any discrepancies found in the given documents until 7 PM on 5 October. The objection facility will require adequate proof provided of any errors, as well as payment of the necessary fees.
Earlier, registration for the CUCET took place online from 16 August to 5 September 2021. The NTA conducted the Central Universities Common Entrance Test 2021 in a computer-based testing mode on 15, 16, 23, and 24 September 2021. The answer key contains information such as question numbers, test paper code, exam date and timing, correct answers, and reasoning.
How to Raise Objections to CUCET 2021 Answer Key
The challenge raising facility for the initial CUCET question paper and answer sheet will close tomorrow, 5 October. Thus, interested candidates can follow the steps given below to report discrepancies within the key.
- Go to the official website – cucet.nta.nic.in
- Then, click on the “Answer Key Challenge for CU-CET 2021” link available on the home page.
- Choose either to log in with the application number and password or the application number and DOB.
- The website will then display the relevant login portal.
- Log in with the registered user credentials and select the “Sign in” button to proceed.
- Links to the examination answer key and question paper will then appear on the screen.
- Click on the “View/Challenge Answer Key” tab.
- Find the relevant question ID number under the “Correct Option” tab to challenge a discrepancy for a particular question.
- Click on the correct answer for each objection.
- Afterwards, select the “Save your claim” button at the bottom of the page.
- The page will display all of the challenged questions from the exam.
- Upload an adequate amount of supporting documentation for the objection claims.
- Then, select the “Save your Claim and Pay Fee Finally” link.
- Pay a fee of INR 200 per objection through online means such as credit card, debit card, Paytm, or net banking.