Maha TET Answer Key 2018 Released @, Check For Paper 1 & 2

Maharashtra State Council of Examination is the main body conducted the teacher eligibility test on 15th July. For both the papers (I & II), the council has released the Maha TET answer key 2018 on The administration has provided the keys as per question paper codes. Thus, aspirants should check whether they are figuring out the right one or not. Using the answer keys, aspirants can figure out their estimated marks. 

Maha TET Answer Key 2018

Maha TET Answer Key 2018

To become a teacher in the schools under the state government, a candidate needs to become eligible first. To check out the whether a candidate is capable or not, MSCE Pune conducts the Maharashtra TET exam every year. Those who qualify the test, the council issues a certificate marking them eligible for the recruitment. 

The council holds two papers, first for those who want to become a teacher for class 1st to 5th and second for class 6th to 8th. Whether a candidate had appeared for paper 1 or 2, now they all can check out the answers to the attempted questions using the answer key.

Steps To Check Maharashtra TET Answer Key

  • First of all, contenders need to visit the official website i.e.
  • On the home page, separated links for both the paper 1 and 2 will be given in the right side box.
  • Hit that link and a PDF file comprising of the answer key will open.
  • Examinees can download the answer keys as well.

Maharashtra TET Result 2018 Expected Date

Still, the Maharashtra State Council for Examinations has not confirmed any date on which, result declaration will take place. So, we can estimate an approximate date using the previous year’s data. Last year, the paper was held on 22nd July and the result was made available on 10th October. This year’s Maha TET result is expected to be announced by the last week of September.

As per the norms of the council, only those candidates will be considered as qualified who would score more than the minimum qualifying marks required. For unreserved category contenders, minimum 60 percent marks are required while, 55 percent for contenders belonging to SC/ ST, Vimukta Jatis / Nomadic Tribes, Special Backward Classes.

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