MHT CET Answer Key 2022: Objection window to be activated soon, know steps to challenge
The Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MAH CET) Cell has recently released the preliminary answer key for the Maharashtra CET 2023 exams. The answer key is available for both Physics, Chemistry, and Biology (PCB) as well as Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics (PCM) papers. Students can access the MHT CET answer key 2023 on the official website cetcell.mahacet.org. The objection-raising window will remain open from May 26 to May 28. Qualified subject experts will carefully review all the challenges raised by the candidates. Subsequently, the final answer key and the results for MHT CET 2023 will be declared. The final results of MHT CET 2023 are scheduled to be released on June 12.
Furthermore, the Maharashtra Cell has also issued the response sheets and question papers for both the PCB and PCM exams. With the release of the MHT CET preliminary answer key, candidates will have the opportunity to calculate their probable scores. In case any candidates are dissatisfied with the preliminary answer key, they can raise objections during the specified period. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to raise an objection for the MHT CET answer key 2023:
Step 1: Visit the official website of Maharashtra CET at cetcell.mahacet.org.
Step 2: Look for the link titled "MHT CET 2023 Answer Key" on the homepage. Alternatively, candidates can click on the question paper/response sheet link.
Step 3: On the new window, enter your candidate ID and date of birth accurately in the provided space.
Step 4: The MHT CET 2023 answer key will appear on the screen. Take your time to review the preliminary answer key.
Step 5: Download the MHT CET answer key 2023 for future reference.
Step 6: To raise an objection, select the question against which you wish to raise an objection.
Step 7: State your reason for the objection and provide substantial supporting documents, if applicable.
Step 8: Pay the required fees and submit your objection.
The MHT CET 2023 was conducted from May 15 to May 20 this year in an online mode, using a computer-based test format at various district headquarters in Maharashtra. This Common Entrance Test was held for candidates seeking admission to professional programs in engineering/technology, pharmacy, and agricultural education for the academic session 2023-24. Students aiming to pursue engineering and technology courses appeared for the PCM exam, while those interested in Doctor of Pharmacy degree courses took the PCB exam.