JIPMAT 2023 Result Out Soon: Online, the National Testing Agency (NTA) has published the provisional answer key for the Joint Integrated Programme in Management Admission Test (JIPMAT 2023). Examinees can now access the answer key and their response documents at jipmat.nta.ac.in, the exam’s official website.
Candidates who took the JIPMAT 2023 are given the opportunity to contest any discrepancies in the provisional answer key. The deadline for filing objections is today, June 7, at 11:30 p.m. The NTA administered the JIPMAT 2023 in 78 locations across the nation on May 28.
JIPMAT 2023 ANSWER KEY: HOW TO DOWNLOAD
- Navigate to the official JIPMAT website at jipmat.nta.ac.in.
- Click the conspicuously displayed “JIPMAT 2023: Download Answer Key” link on the NTA JIPMAT page.
- You will be redirected to the JIPMAT exam answer key login page.
- Enter your application number, date of birth, and password.
- Click the submit icon to gain access to your dashboard.
- Locate the “Download Answer Key” link in the dashboard’s menu bar and select it.
Download the JIPMAT 2023 answer key and compare it to your response document.
The NTA has also provided a window for candidates to submit online objections to the answer key if they have any concerns or discrepancies. This step assures transparency and allows candidates to address any exam-related discrepancies they may have encountered.
HOW TO RAISE OBJECTION ANSWER KEY
- Access the authentication portal by visiting the official JIPMAT website.
- Locate and select the “Raise Objection” button.
- Each question and answer choice in the answer key will have a unique ID that is listed on the PDF of the question paper and the response document. Verify the section name, query identifier, and correct option identifier for precise identification.
- If you have doubts about the correct option ID, you can object and choose the option you perceive to be correct.
- Support your claims with pertinent remarks and explain why you believe the answer key is inaccurate.
- Sixth Step: A fee of INR 200 must be paid for each objection raised.
- Complete the payment procedure as specified on the portal.
- Ensure that your objections are submitted by the deadline.
Candidates are required to pay Rs 200 per objection in order to file an objection against any answer in the JIPMAT answer key. This procedure ensures fairness and gives candidates the opportunity to resolve any concerns they may have about the accuracy of the answer key.