Teacher Eligibility Test

Teacher Eligibility Test

CTET 2019 December exam

PUBLISH DATE 23rd October 2019

The Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) December 2019 examination will be conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Sunday, December 8, 2019.

The candidates who have applied for the CBSE CTET December 2019 examination can check the details provided below to understand the exam better and the important tips provided below will help them score well in the exam:

CBSE CTET 2019 December Exam Pattern

The CTET examination is conducted for two papers - paper I and paper II. Paper I includes Child Development & Pedagogy, Language-1,language-2, Environmental Studies, Mathematics. The CTET Paper-II includes Child Development & Pedagogy, Language-1,language-2, Social Studies or Mathematics & Science.

The CBSE CTET 2019 December 2019 examination will be held in an offline mode (Pen-Paper mode). There will be a total of 150 questions carrying 150 marks in total. Candidates will get 150 minutes to answer all the questions.

The CTET December 2019 question paper will consist of objective type questions and the paper will be divided into five sections. Each section will have a total of 30 questions. There will be no negative marking in the examination.

CTET 2019: Important tips & tricks

1) Focus on your weak Area of Study

Take to help of mock tests and previous years' question papers to identify the areas in which you are weak and work on improving them. Read your weak areas of studies again and again till the time all the basic concepts are clear and take the test again to see the improvement.

2) Read NCERT books

You can refer to the textbooks of the NCERT from class 3rd to 8th for practice. Select the book for the subjects as describes in the CTET exam syllabus.

3) Prepare short notes

The exam will be conducted in December. The students should make short notes on every subjects/topic they are reading. This will come handy for quick revision during last-minute preparation for the CTET exam.

 

4) Practice Mock Tests regularly

Make it a habit to solve as many mock tests as possible in a day. Practice questions are crucial to score good marks in the real exam. You can take subject-wise/topic-wise mock tests. Mock tests will help you identify how to manage your time effectively during the exam.

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