Bhubaneswar/New Delhi: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) had earlier released a notification related to the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) exam, admit card and other details.
As per the notification, the CTET exam will be conducted on December 9, 2018 at as many as 2296 centres across the country in 92 cities.
The exams for the same will two papers that will be conducted on a single day in separate sessions. CTET qualifiers get recruited in various central government-run schools managed by the state government or local bodies.
Paper II – Exam will commence at 9:30 am and concludes at 12 pm.
Paper I – Exam will commence at 2 pm and concludes at 4: 30 pm.
The question papers, one as medium of instruction and another language that they would have chosen, will come in Hindi and English carrying Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs). NOTE: There will be no negative marking.
While nothing can beat the hard work, smart study and the dedication of students to crack the exam, here’s we have a few tips with an aim to motivate you towards the same.
Tips to Crack the CTET Exam
Firstly, make a study plan and strictly follow the CTET Syllabus which basically covers NCERT syllabus from Class I to VIII.
Meanwhile, for Paper II, candidates will have questions on the elements of language, communication and their comprehension abilities will also be tested through the paper.
It’s necessary for aspirants to identify their week areas and work on it first but that doesn’t mean you forget other things. But working on the week points make you confident enough and may help you score more.
How to identify you week area? You can go through the syllabus or previous year question papers to get it identified and then you can have books for the same to strengthen the area.
Regular practice of set papers, especially sets that are at par with the previous year question papers in terms of difficulty level and analytical skill, is necessary.
Besides, you must go through the NCERT books from Class 3 to 8. Understanding basic concepts of each topic is necessary and subsequently identify the important topics in each subject.
Make notes of you read and try to revise it on regular basis.
Don’t leave any question as it will be a crime. As there is no negative marking for the same, you must not left any question unattended- attempt all the 150 questions.
The qualifying mark to quality CTET is likely to be around 90 out of 150.
Meanwhile, candidates’ e-Admit Cards are already available on the CTET website www.ctet.nic.in from November 22, 2018.