WBJEE 2023 Answer Key Objection Window Closes Today
Attention all candidates dissatisfied with the recorded responses in the West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination (WBJEE) 2023 answer key! You still have the opportunity to raise objections until today at 4 pm. The West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination Board has officially released the answer key for the State Joint Entrance Exam (WBJEE) 2023. To access your OMR sheet and responses, please log in to the official portal at wbjee.nic.in. It's important to note that a non-refundable processing fee of Rs 500 will be charged per claimed response. You can make the payment through net banking, debit card, or credit card. Remember, all claims must be submitted in one session, and no challenges will be accepted after the deadline. Additionally, any pending fee payments will result in the candidate's claim not being reviewed. The official notice explains, "For category-I and category-II questions (where only one option is correct), the response is indicated as A, B, C, or D. Unattended questions are marked as '-'. If multiple answers are provided, the response is indicated as '*'. For category-III questions (where one or more options are correct), the response is shown as 'A, B, C, D,' and so on." Based on the challenges submitted by candidates, the West Bengal Board will finalize the answers and results. The ranks and scores for WBJEE 2023 will be calculated and published based on the reviewed responses. Here are the steps to download the WBJEE 2023 Answer Key:
- Visit the official website of WBJEEB at wbjeeb.nic.in.
- Look for the 'WBJEE 2023 OMR response sheet' link on the main page.
- On the new page, log in using your application number, password, and security pin.
- The WBJEE OMR Sheet 2023 will be displayed on the screen.
- Review your responses and raise any necessary challenges.
- Pay the objection fee and submit the form.
Download the confirmation page and keep a hard copy for future reference. The West Bengal Board conducted the State Joint Entrance Exam on April 30 this year in a pen-and-paper-based format. The exam consisted of 155 multiple-choice questions (MCQs).