The National Testing Agency (NTA) has released the provisional answer keys for the Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) 2022 on its official website and given the candidates time till April 21 to challenge the answers they aren’t satisfied with.
To challenge an answer key, a non-refundable fee of Rs 200 per challenge has to be paid online using a debit or a credit card, net banking or UPI, NTA stated in a circular. NTA will verify the objections and release the final answer key later.
Students can raise objections till 11.50pm on April 21. To do so, candidates must visit: https://cmat.nta.nic.in
Challenges made by the candidates will be verified by a panel of subject experts, and if found correct, the answer key will be revised accordingly.
CMAT is a computer-based test (CBT) that determines the admission of students in all management programmes approved by AICTE. It was conducted on April 9 at centres across India.
The result will be prepared and declared based on the revised final answer key. No individual candidate will be informed about the acceptance or non-acceptance of the challenge. The expert’s call or the revised key cannot be changed, NTA said in its circular.