If you are dreaming of becoming a teacher in a government school, then the CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test) exam will be most helpful for you. As from the notification of this exam, it is going to be held on December 8. So, before you appear for this exam, you should definitely take a look at what mistakes you do not have to make while solving the question paper. Know how to prepare in the last 50 days to fix your selection for the required post.
The exam will be conducted in 20 languages by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). By passing this exam, you can become a teacher in government schools, including Central Board School and Navodaya Vidyalayas. To pass the CTET exam, the candidate must bring at least 60% marks in this examination. If you failed to score the required marks in the test, then you will not be able to qualify for the required post. Also, if we take a look at the past year papers, the cut-off is increasing continuously due to which this examination is becoming difficult.
If you are preparing for the CTET, then you have to study Pedagogy apart from Hindi and English, it is essential for candidates. During the preparation of CTET, you have to keep in mind that whatever subject you prepare, prepare it from every angle because many times you might face the same question from a different perspective.
How to Prepare for CTET
The candidates preparing for this exam should solve previous years question papers, repeat mock tests, and guided syllabus in these two months. By addressing these questions repeatedly, your small curiosities will be known, apart from this, you can also prepare through an online test. Through an online test, you will be able to solve your problem quickly.
Must read the official notification for CTET 2019
The date for filling the seat form is 18 September. Before filling this form, please read its notifications carefully. Then apply only after that. While filling the form, select the language and examination center carefully.
CTET 2019 Exam Pattern
The first paper in CTET is for candidates to become teachers for class 1 to 5, while the second paper will be for candidates who want to apply for teachers posts for grades 6 to 8. For this preparation, you can read and repeat the entire syllabus online. Prepare for the last days of the exam with short notes. In this, the general and OBC category candidates will have to pay a fee of 700 rupees for one paper and 1200 Rs for both papers. For SC, ST, Differently Abled candidates will have to pay fees Rs 350 for one article and 600 for both papers.
Important Dates for CTET 2019 Exam
The last date for online application is till 11:59 pm on September 18, after which you can submit the fee till 3:30 pm on September 23. If any online correction is to be done, you can get it done from September 27 to October 03. CTET exam will be held on December 8, in which the first paper will be from 9:30 am to 1:00 pm, while the second paper will be from 12 noon to 4:30 pm.