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Candidates who attended the exam can see the answer keys at official website.

Bihar STET 2023: The answer keys for the final four papers of the Bihar STET 2023 have been made available by the Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB). This comprises sociology, home science, political science, and physics. Candidates who attended the exam can see the answer keys at bsebstet.com, the official website.

The Secondary Teacher Eligibility Test (STET) 2023 results will probably be made public soon. Between September 4 and September 15, the exam was given. Later, the BSEB extended until September 16 the deadline for submitting complaints to the preliminary answer key.

Please take note that the final answer key, which the board created after taking into account all of the objections filed against the interim answer key, will serve as the basis for the BSEB STET result.

There were 150 multiple-choice questions (MCQs) on the test, each worth one mark. No points were deducted for giving wrong responses. Furthermore, instructors for secondary and upper secondary levels are chosen through the BSEB STET recruitment process.

How to Check the BSEB STET Answer Key 2023

Step 1: Go to bsebstet.com, the Bihar School Examination Board’s (BSEB) official website.

Step 2: On the home page, select the “STET Answer Key 2023” link.

Step 3: When you’re finished, a new tab will open; enter your roll number and other information in it, then click Submit.

Step 4: A screen will show the BSEB STET answer key.

Step 5: Carefully review and save the BSEB STET answer key 2023 for later use.

2023 BSEB STET Passing Marks

Additionally, applicants should be advised that only those who pass the Bihar Secondary Teacher Eligibility Test (STET) will be given consideration for positions as secondary and senior secondary teachers. Candidates from the General category must receive 50% of the available points in order to pass the test. The passing standard is set at 45% for applicants in the Other Backward Class and Economically Weaker Section and at 40% for students from Scheduled Castes and scheduled tribes. When it comes to those with disabilities, 30% is the cutoff.

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