ISI Admission Test Answer Key 2020 available online; Candidates can now challenge the Answer Key in case of objection

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The Indian Statistical Institute (ISI) Admission Test 2020 Answer Keys are now available online. Students who appeared for the exam can raise objections with regard to Answer keys that will be released for courses with Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs). Deadline for Challenging the Answer Key is October 5. Check Here

The candidates are hereby informed that the time to challenge the answer key will be for a short duration. Students need to object within the time provided. It will be available for the first week of October 2020. The online portal to raise objections for the  ISI Admission Test 2020 answer keys will be available for 48 hours.

The candidate can view his/her scanned images of the OMR answer sheets, and their recorded responses will be uploaded and to the portal during the time duration after objecting to the answer key.

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The candidate will be charged Rs 200 per question for each recorded answer key to be paid online only. However, if the authority finds the raised objection valid, the fee will be refunded to the student.

The ISI Admission Test answer keys will be online for the following MCQ-based tests:

  • AEA
  • CSA
  • PQA
  • DRA
  • DSA
  • QMA
  • DST
  • HGA
  • UGA
  • LIA
  • PCA
  • PSA
  • PEA
  • PHA
  • QRA
  • PLA
  • PMA

Read MoreISI Admission Test 2020 Admit Card/Hall Ticket (Released) and Exam Center

Official Notice

ISI Admission Test Answer Key: How to Check?

  • Visit the official website of the Indian Statistical Institute (ISI) Admission website.
  • The candidate should search for the option ‘Check Answer Key’ on the home page.
  • Log in by entering the mandatory credentials.
  • Calculate the result by checking the answer key. Students can even cross-check the answers submitted by them with the answer key available.

Read: ISI Admission Test 2020 Admit Card (Released), Exam Date, Eligibility, Pattern and Syllabus