Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) has announced the release of Provisional Answer Key for Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET).
2023. Students who appeared for the exam can now access the answer key on the official website-kea.kar.nic.in.
Provisional answer keys for subjects like Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology are published on the official website of KEA. This allows candidates to cross-check their answers and calculate their expected scores. If candidates have any objection regarding the published provisional answer key, they can submit it through KEA portal. The objection window will be open from May 26, 2023 at 11 am to May 30, 2023 at 11 am.
While filing the objection, one has to mention the subject, version code and question number. Supporting in PDF format is also important and supporting documents in PDF format should also be attached for reference. Objections without proper support or supporting documents are not considered.
The KCET exam was conducted on May 20 and 21, and the KCET result for 2023 is scheduled to be declared on June 12, 2023. The final answer key will be declared after considering all the objections. It will play a crucial role in deciding the KCET results.
KCET Answer Key: How to Raise Objections
Step 1: Go to the official website of Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) kea.kar.nic.in.
Step 2: See the section or link related to KCET 2023 answer key on the website.
Step 3: Once you access the answer key section, search for provisional answer keys for subjects like Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology.
Step 4: If you have any objection or discrepancy about the published provisional answer key, submit your objection through KEA portal.
Step 5: Use appropriate link and provide detailed support in PDF format. Remember to include the subject, version code and question number and attach supporting documents in PDF format.