PSTET Answer Key 2023 for the Punjab State Teacher Eligibility Test held on 12 March 2023. Check Expected Cut-Off Marks for the Punjab TET Paper 1 and Paper 2
State Council of Educational Research & Training (SCERT), Punjab has successfully conducted the Punjab TET Test. Now the department will soon release the PSTET Answer Key 2023 for Paper 1 and Paper 2. This test was held on 12.03.2023 across various exam centers across Punjab.
Check Here Structure of PSTET Exam 2023. The PSTET Exam was conducted in 2 shifts for which the complete schedule has been tabulated below.
|Events||PSTET Paper I||PSTET Paper-II|
|PSTET Exam Date 2023||12th March 2023|
|Entry into the Exam Hall||07:30 am||12:30 pm|
|Checking of Hall Tickets||09: 00 to 09:15 am||02:00 to 02:15 pm|
|Allotment of Computer||09:15 am||02:15 pm|
|Last Entry in the Exam Centre||09:30 am||02:30 pm|
|Test Commences from||09:30 am||02:30 pm|
|Test Concludes at||12:00 noon||05:00 pm|
Punjab TET PSTET Answer Key 2023
The Official Response Sheet of the Punjab TET Exam will be available online at the official website pstet.net. Applicants can use it to check their marks for Paper 1 and Paper 2. The Question Paper Solutions can be downloaded for the following papers.
|PSTET Paper 1||Child Development and Pedagogy||30||30|
|PSTET Paper 2||Child Development and Pedagogy||30||30|
|Maths or Science||60||60|
|For Art & Craft Teacher: Art and Craft||For Physical Education Teacher: Physical Education||For Home Science Teacher: Home Science|
|For Urdu Teacher: Urdu||For Music Teacher: Music||For Sanskrit Teacher: Sanskrit|
|For any other Teacher: either Social Science or Maths/Science|
- Department Name: State Council of Educational Research & Training
- Date of Exam: 12 March 2023
- Category: Punjab PSTET Answer Key 2023
- Official Website: www.pstet.net
PSTET Exam Cut Off 2023
The PSTET 2023 Cut Off Marks depends on various factors like the difficulty level of the test, the number of applicants who appeared, marks scored by candidates, etc.
The minimum marks of cut-off will be 60% of the total marks i.e. 90 marks out of 150 marks. The state board can decide on concession for some categories of candidates in the minimum cut-off marks
Below is the formula to calculate the total marks.
Total Marks Scores = (1 x No. of Right Answers)
Candidates must follow the marking scheme while using the official answer key. Candidates have to score marks more than or equal to 60% of the total marks of the exam.
- To Check Punjab TET 2023 Answer Key: Click Here
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