RBSE REET 2021 Results Out: Here’s How You Can Check

The Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan (BSER) has issued the REET 2021 result. The test was held on September 26, 2021.

Candidates who sat in the test may view their results online at To be eligible via the test and get to the REET 2021 merit lists, students have to acquire at least 60 percent scores.

Around 16 lakh students have sat for the Rajasthan Eligibility Examination for Teachers (REET). It was conducted to select Level 1 (class 1-5) and Level 2 (classes 6-8) teachers across 4,019 venues throughout the state.

Anyone who has taken the test will now be allowed to apply for teaching vacancies at any school in the Rajasthan state.

RBSE REET 2021 Results: Here’s How You Can Check

Step 1: Check the official website.

Step 2: Tap on the result link.

Step 3: Enter the information.

Step 4: Hit on ‘submit’ to see the result.

The Rajasthan government would be offering a free travel opportunity to all the applicants participating in the Rajasthan Teacher Eligibility Test (REET) (REET).

The test was done following rigorous Covid-19 procedures. Barring small problems, the examination, conducted behind strong security, went off quietly.

Applicants must notice that the result of the REET 2021 test has been determined based on the official answer key and the exam answer key was generated after a full study of the objections submitted on the preliminary answer key.

RBSE REET 2021 Results: Merit List

The merit list for REET 2021 will shortly be issued on the main site of the Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan.

As per the official announcement, the students who participated in REET 2021 are regarded eligible only when they earn the minimum cut-off marks given as per their category by the conducting authority.

The projected cutoff for the General category is 103-126 points, 102-122 points for EWS, 102-121 for OBC applicants, 95-107 for SC/ST candidates.

The formal details on the cut-off for REET 2021 may be released shortly by the BSER. However, owing to the re-examination of some applicants, there is a chance for the REET 2021 cut-off to be postponed.

Hurry up! Check your scores and stay updated to learn about the official announcements.

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