UCEED, CEED Final Answer key 2020 is expected to be released on the official website today, February 4, 2020. IIT Bombay officials will release the CEED final answer key of part A after going through all the objections/comments filed against CEED answer key and question paper. UCEED, CEED examination was conducted on January 18, 2020, and the results will be declared on March 13, 2020.
CEED exam Part A acts as a screening test where the CEED exam Part B section is only for those candidates who have performed well in Part A of the exam.
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Candidates can calculate their UCEED and CEED scores by own. Just add 3/4 marks for every right answer and deduct 0.19/.71 for every wrong answer you gave. Follow the steps below:
NAT Score = 4 x (no. of correct answer) – 0(no of incorrect answer)
MSQ Score = 4 x (no. of correct answer) – 0.19 x (no of incorrect answer)
MCQ Score = 4 x (no. of correct answer) – 0.71 x (no. of incorrect answer)
Total Score = NAT + MSQ + MCQ
How to Check UCEED, CEED Final Answer Key 2020?
Candidates need to follow the below-mentioned steps to check UCEED, CEED 2020 answer key:
- Visit the official website of CEED and UCEED exam
- Click on the statement on the website which says ‘CEED final answer key’ link or ‘UCEED final answer key’ link
- View UCEED, CEED 2020 final answer key
- Download and save UCEED, CEED final answer key 2020 for future reference.
The Indian Institute of Technology Bombay has already released the previous provisional answer keys on January 21, 2020, which were available for download and correction till January 27, 2020.
The minimum percentage that aspirants need to score in CEED part A is as follows:
- For Open/General Category: Min 10% of marks
- For OBC (NCL): Min 9% of marks
- For ST/SC/PwD: Min 5% of marks
CEED Part A and CEED Part B are the two sections of CEED examination. Part A of CEED exam is a computer-based test examination which evaluates students on the basis of their environmental and social awareness, analytical and logical reasoning, visualization and spatial ability, language and creativity, observation and design sensitivity.
On the other hand, Part B of CEED exam is a written examination where candidates are evaluated on the basis of drawing skills, communication skills, creativity, as well as analytical and problem-solving skills of candidates are tested.