REET Result 2021 Declared For Level 1 And 2 Exams, Here’s How To Download

The Rajasthan Eligibility Examination for Teacher (REET) Result 2021 has been declared by the exam conducting body today, November 2, 2021. The score cards and results for both the Level 1 and Level 2 exams have been issued. The REET 2021 Results are now available on the official website and candidates can check the result at

REET Result 2021 Declared For Level 1 And 2 Exams

Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education (RBSE), Ajmer has announced the REET Result 2021. On September 26, 2021, the exam was conducted in accordance with COVID-19 safety guidelines. The state government took effective measures ensuring no instances of malpractice are recorded during the exam.

For the REET 2021 exam, as many as 16 lakh applicants were waiting for their results to be announced. The step-by-step procedures along with the direct link to the results have been provided below for the candidates.

REET Result 2021

Exam Rajasthan Eligibility Examination for Teacher (REET)
Organiser Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education (RBSE), Ajmer
REET 2021 Exam Date September 26, 2021
REET 2021 Result Date November 2, 2021
Official Website

REET Result 2021: How To Check And Download

Step 1: Candidates must go to, which is the REET official website.

Step 2: Click on the link that says "REET Result 2021 for Level 1 and 2" on the homepage.

Step 3: Candidates can also check REET Result 2021 by clicking on the direct link provided below.

Step 4: Click Login after entering your login credentials and other details.

Step 5: On your screen, you will see your REET Result 2021 as well as your scorecard for Level 1 or 2.

Step 6: For future reference, download and print a copy of your rank card.

Click Here To Check REET Result 2021

On the basis of the Final answer key, the exam's final result has been calculated. This was prepared after taking into account the objections mentioned on the Preliminary Answer Key.

Out of the total number of applicants that took the exam, 3.6 lakh took Level 1, 3.6 lakh took Level 2, and nearly 9 lakh took both levels. The Board plans to fill 31,000 vacancies by conducting this exam.

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