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CTET 2024 Exam Analysis - Check Paper I & II Shifts wise analysis

CTET 2024 Exam Analysis - Check Paper I & II Shifts wise analysis

Edited By Vishnukumar | Updated on Mar 08, 2024 10:14 AM IST | #CTET

Candidates will be able to check the CTET 2024 exam analysis for papers 1 and 2 here after conclusion of exam. The CTET paper analysis 2024 helps candidates to know about the question paper level such as the type of questions asked, CTET exam difficulty level, new add-ons in the syllabus and exam pattern.

The exam analysis of CTET 2024 will be completely based on the student's feedback who appear in the exam. The CTET 2024 paper analysis is discussed for both papers i.e., Paper I and Paper II. CTET exam will be conducted in an offline (Pen and Paper based) mode.

Previous Year's CTET Exam Analysis

Candidates can also check the CTET exam analysis of the previous years for all papers and also for all shifts here. By using the paper analysis, candidates can check the CTET difficulty level and topics asked in the exam.

CTET 2024 Exam Analysis for Paper 1

Section

Difficulty Level

Child Development and Pedagogy

Easy to Moderate

Environmental Studies

Easy to Moderate

Language I

Easy to Moderate

Language II

Easy to Moderate

Mathematics

Moderate

Overall Difficulty Level

Easy to Moderate

Expected number of good attempts

115 to 118

CTET 2024 exam analysis for paper 2

Section

Difficulty Level

Child Development and Pedagogy

East to Moderate

Mathematics/Science

Moderate to difficult

Social Studies/Social Science

Easy to Moderate

Language I

Easy to Moderate

Language II

Easy to Moderate

Overall Difficulty Level

Moderate

Expected number of good attempts

110 - 115

CTET Exam Review 2023 (July/ August Session):

Candidates can check here the exam analysis of CTET 2023 for paper 1 and paper 2 of the July / August session now.

CTET Exam Analysis 2023: Paper 2 (August 20)

Section

Difficulty Level

Child Development and Pedagogy

East to Moderate

Mathematics/Science

Moderate

Social Studies/Social Science

Easy to Moderate

Language I

Easy to Moderate

Language II

Easy to Moderate

Overall Difficulty Level

Moderate

Expected number of good attempts

105 - 115

CTET 2023 Exam Analysis for Paper 1 (August 20)

Section

Difficulty Level

Child Development and Pedagogy

Easy to Moderate

Environmental Studies

Easy to Moderate

Language I

Easy to Moderate

Language II

Easy to Moderate

Mathematics

Moderate

Overall Difficulty Level

Easy to Moderate

Expected number of good attempts

110 to 120

Subject-wise CTET Exam Analysis 2023 - Paper 1

Let us check an in-depth exploration of the subject-wise analysis of the CTET 2023 exam for paper 1 from the tables below:

CTET 2023 Exam Analysis Of Child Development & Pedagogy (Paper 1)

Topics

Questions asked

PYQ3-4
Assertion Reasoning Questions2-3
Vygotsky (Socio-Cultural, ZPD)1-2
Inclusive Education – Dysgraphia1-2
Kohlberg Moral Development1-2
Socialization1
Piaget Theory2-3
Growth & Development2
Good Attempt21-22

CTET Exam Analysis 2023 for English (Paper 1)

TopicQuestions Asked (as 1st language)

Questions Asked (as 2nd language)

Reading ComprehensionOne PassagePassage
PoemOne Poem: ( Poetic devices, Figure of Speech) 5-6
English Pedagogy1515
Good Attempt23-2425-26.
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CTET Hindi Exam Analysis 2023 (Paper 1)

TopicQuestions Asked (As 1st Language)

Questions Asked (As 2nd Language)

Reading Comprehension

Passage 1:(प्रत्यय, विलोम, उप्सर्ग, विशेषण)

Passage 1: Story-Based Passage
Passage 2: 15 Question
6-7

Poem6-7
Pedagogy1515
Good Attempt25-2625-26

CTET EVS Exam Analysis 2023 (Paper 1)

Topics

Questions Asked

Energy1-2
Agriculture1-2
Directions1-2
Union Territory1-2
Languages1-2
Density1-2
Metal1-2
Elephant1-2
Assertion & Reason1-2
Pedagogy10
Good Attempt

23-24

CTET Maths Exam Analysis 2023 (Paper 1)

Topic

Questions Asked

Geometry1
Ratio1
LCM/HCF1
Number Pattern1
Fraction1
Mensuration1
Simplification1
Weight1
Time1
Money1
Maths Pedagogy i.e. Application Based, Mathematical Skills, Errors, Assessment, TLM, Teaching Aids, Teaching Methods, NCF 2003, NEP 202010
Good Attempt

24-25

CTET Exam Analysis (January 12) (December Session)

Most of the questions were repeated and easy in Language I (Hindi), Language - II (English) and Maths sections. Environmental Studies and Child Pedagogy and Development sections were moderate and questions were asked in conceptual patterns. The difficulty level of the CTET 2023 exam on January 12, 2023 was easy to moderate for Paper 1 and good attempts were between 118-121.

CTET Exam Analysis 2023 for January 12 (paper 1)

Section

Difficulty Level

Child Development and Pedagogy

Easy to Moderate

Environmental Studies

Easy to Moderate

Language I

Easy

Language II

Easy to Moderate

Environmental Studies

Easy

Overall Difficulty Level

Easy to Moderate

Expected number of good attempts

118-121

CTET Exam Analysis (January 12) (Paper 2)

Child Development and Pedagogy and Mathematics questions were asked from the CTET syllabus. Most of the questions were moderate and conceptual-based. Students need to think a little bit before attempting any question. However, the difficulty level of the CTET exam 2023 on January 12, 2023 was moderate and good attempts were 110+.

CTET 2023 Exam Analysis 2023 for January 12 (Paper 2)

Section

Difficulty Level

Child Development and Pedagogy

Moderate

Mathematics/Science

Easy to Moderate

Social Studies/Social Science

Easy to Moderate

Language I

Easy

Language II

Easy to Moderate

Overall Difficulty Level

Moderate

Expected number of good attempts

110+

CTET 2023 questions (Memory-based): Time and Distance, Blood Relations, Reciprocal, Area & Perimeter, Pedagogy -Top Down Approach, Pattern, Symmetry Lines, and Van Hiele, Piaget Stages, Vygotsky – Scaffolding, Growth and Stages of Development, Chomsky -Learning accusation, Inclusive Education - Dyslexia, Kohlberg, Grammar Translation Method, Assessment, Phoneme, Classroom Teaching Method and more

CTET 2023 Exam Analysis for Paper 1 (January 11)

Candidates can check the complete CTET exam analysis 2023, good attempts, difficulty level for paper 1 and paper 2 below.

CTET Exam Analysis 2023 Paper 1

Section

Good attempts

Difficulty level

Child Development & Pedagogy

25-26

Easy

Mathematics

27-28

Easy to Moderate

Environment Studies

24-25

Easy

Language I

26-27

Easy

Language II

26-27

Easy to Moderate

Overall

114-118

Easy to Moderate

CTET 2023 Paper Analysis for Paper 2

Section

Good attempts

Difficulty Level

Language 1

27-28

Easy

Language 2

26-27

Easy to Moderate

Child Development and Pedagogy

24-25

Easy

Mathematics / Science

23-24

Moderate

Social Studies/ Social Science

24-25

Easy to Moderate

Overall

115-120

Moderate

CTET 2023 Question Asked from Child Development & Pedagogy: Piaget Stages, Vygotsky – Scaffolding, Growth and Stages of Development, Chomsky -Learning accusation, Inclusive Education – Dyslexia, Kohlberg, Learning, Assertion and Reasoning, LAD, NCF 2005, Howard Gardner, NEP 2020, Basic Education, Multilingualism, and PYQ.

CTET 2023 Questions Asked from the English Language: Reading Comprehension - One Passage and antonyms & synonyms, Poem - one poem, English Pedagogy - National initiative for proficiency in reading with understanding and numeracy, Grammar Translation Method, Assessment, Phoneme, Classroom Teaching Method.

CTET 2023 Questions Asked from Mathematics: Geometry- Complementary Angle, Based on PYQ, Unit and Measurement, Line of Symmetry – Rectangle, Fractions, Number Series, Place Value, Unit Conversion, Time and Distance, Blood Relations, Reciprocal, Area & Perimeter, Pedagogy -Top Down Approach, Pattern, Symmetry Lines, and Van Hiele.

CTET 2023 Exam Analysis: Paper 1 (January 10, 2023)

In the English language, 10 questions were asked from one passage, 10 questions from a poem, and 10 questions from general English. Similarly, in the Hindi language, there were two passages consisting of 10 questions from each passage i.e. a total of 20 questions and 10 were from the general Hindi language.

The rest of the sections in the CTET 2023 exam are Child Development and Pedagogy, EVS, and Mathematics consisting of 30 questions each. In CDP and EVS questions were easy and mathematics was easy to moderate in difficulty level. The expected total number of good attempts is between 110 to 125.

CTET Exam Analysis 2023: Paper 2 (January 10, 2023)

As per the CTET 2023 exam analysis based on the candidate’s feedback, the paper was moderately difficult. None of the questions was out of the box and most of the questions were from the CTET 2023 syllabus. The questions on Child Development & Pedagogy were tricky. The expected total number of good attempts is 115+.

CTET 2023 Questions 2023 (Memory-Based): Piaget, Vygotsky, Dyslexia, Lens, ADHD, NCF 2005, Growth and Development, Sensory Motor Stage, LAD, Varanasi Embroidery, D & D Craft, Assam - Bamboo, Passage (English) related to a dead body (10 questions), Train (Duration), CEE, Vygotsky - Culture, Symbol, Peacock, Assessment and learning, Kohlerberg, South India Fair, 6 J Vehicle, Lakshadweep Dance, Gadyansh, BODMAS, HCF, Van Hille, Sawan Ke Mausam (Poem), Visheshan, Sum of all exterior angle, South American, CCF and more.

CTET 2023 Exam Analysis for Paper 1 (January 9, 2023)

The CTET paper analysis 2023 has been prepared based on the candidates' feedback who appeared in the examination today. As per the CTET 2023 paper analysis, the overall difficulty level of paper 1 is easy to moderate. Candidates who are going to appear for the upcoming CTET exam can check here the CTET exam analysis 2023 and the question asked in which topics.

CTET Exam Analysis 2023 for Paper 1

Section

Good attempts

Difficulty level

Child Development & Pedagogy

24-25

Easy

Mathematics

27-28

Easy to Moderate

Environment Studies

23-24

Easy

Language I

27-28

Easy

Language II

27-28

Easy to Moderate

Overall

115-120

Easy to Moderate

CTET 2023 Paper Analysis for Paper 2

Section

Good attempts

Difficulty Level

Language 1

26-28

Easy

Language 2

26-28

Easy to Moderate

Child Development and Pedagogy

24-25

Easy

Mathematics / Science

23-24

Moderate

Social Studies/ Social Science

24-25

Easy to Moderate

Overall

110-120

Moderate

CTET 2023 Question Asked from Child Development & Pedagogy: Vygotsky – Scaffolding, Piaget Stages, Growth and Stages of Development, Inclusive Education – Dyslexia, Kohlberg, Chomsky -Learning accusation, LAD, Learning, Assertion and Reasoning, NCF 2005, Howard Gardner, Basic Education, NEP 2020, Multilingualism, and PYQ.

CTET 2023 Question Asked from the English Language:

  • Reading Comprehension - One Passage and Antonyms & Synonyms

  • Poem - One Poem

  • English Pedagogy - National initiative for proficiency in reading with understanding and numeracy, Assessment, Grammar Translation Method, NEP 2020, NCF 2005, Phoneme, Classroom Teaching Method.

CTET 2023 Questions Asked from Mathematics: Unit and Measurement, Based on PYQ, Geometry- Complementary Angle, Line of Symmetry – Rectangle, Fractions, Number Series, Place Value, Reciprocal, Area & Perimeter, Blood Relations, Unit Conversion, Symmetry Lines, Time and Distance, Pattern, Pedagogy -Top Down Approach, and Van Hiele.

CTET 2023 Question Asked from EVS: Maps- Golconda Fort, Bird wings function, Near by State of Arabian Sea, Worli Maharastra, Dance Form Manipur, Folk Dance of Rajasthan, Food in Mumbai, Map - Bay of Bengal, Ganga Yojna, Dance of Mizoram and Gujrat, When will elephant leave their group, Sleeping Time, which animal laying Egg, Madhubani Painting, Nipun Baharat Full Form, Language of Mizoram, Eye Defect, and Pedagogy.

CTET Cut off 2024

The CTET 2024 Cut-Off will be specified by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) in the form of minimum qualifying points. For all the groups, the cut off of CTET 2024 will be published separately. Candidates should review CTET 2024 cut off for paper 1 and paper 2 separately. All candidates who receive marks equal to or higher than the CTET cut-off will be considered eligible.

In the CTET 2024 cut off marks, candidates belonging to reserved groups will also get some relief. To qualify for the test, candidates must score 60 per cent (General) marks according to the CTET cutoff 2024. Applicants who score the equivalent of a cut-off mark will be deemed eligible in the CTET result 2024 and will be issued with an eligibility certificate valid for a lifetime.

CTET 2024 Qualifying Cut off Category wise

Category

Minimum Qualifying Percentage

Passing Marks

General

60%

90 Out Of 150

OBC/SC/ST

55%

82.5 Out Of 150

Frequently Asked Question (FAQs)

1. When will the CTET 2024 exam be conducted?

CTET exam 2024 will be conducted on July 7, 2024.

2. What will be the difficulty level of questions in the CTET 2024 exam?

The questions are based on CTET's most recent syllabus and examination pattern. However, in order to know about the level of difficulty, candidates must read the CTET 2024 paper analysis. The students will be extensively supported by the CTET 2024 exam review.

3. Is it beneficial to check the CTET exam analysis 2024?

Definitely, it will help the aspirants who will appear in upcoming CTET 2024 exams to have the best idea about the question paper and exam pattern.

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No, completing a Hindi Pandit course alone wouldn't make you eligible for the CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test) 2024. To be eligible for CTET, you typically need to have a Bachelor's Degree in Education (B.Ed.) or be in the final year of a B.Ed. program.

  • Candidates must have a B.Ed. degree with Hindi as one of the school subjects in the B.Ed. program.
  • Candidates must have a B.Ed. degree and a graduation degree (like B.A. or B.Sc.) with Hindi as a major subject.

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Yes, clearing CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test) would be beneficial for you, even though you have a B.Sc. (IT) and a B.Ed. in Chemistry and Biology with a method qualification from your college for Chemistry.

CTET is a mandatory requirement for applying to most government teaching jobs at the central and state levels .Many private schools also prefer candidates with CTET certification.Clearing CTET opens doors to a wider range of teaching opportunities in schools across India, not just for Chemistry and Biology but potentially for IT subjects at the higher secondary level .


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Yes, you are eligible for the TGT (Trained Graduate Teacher) post for the Social Science subject with your qualifications. The minimum qualification for TGT posts typically requires a graduation degree with at least 50% marks in the relevant subject and a B.Ed. degree. You have an M.Com which fulfills the graduation requirement. While your B.Ed. is in Accounts and Commerce methods, having cleared the CTET Paper II in Social Science demonstrates your eligibility to teach the subject.

CTET acts as a national eligibility test for teachers. Clearing CTET with Social Science in Paper II specifically qualifies you to teach that subject at the TGT level.

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No, it might not be possible to choose a different exam center for your CTET exam and have Assamese as your Language 1 if your exam center is in Delhi. CTET exam centers typically offer specific language options based on their location.
Since your exam center is likely to be in Delhi, the available languages might not include Assamese.

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Candidates who have appeared or are appearing in the final year examination of the qualifying degree are also eligible to apply provisionally . Contact your teachers at your college they will make you all clear about the same . If you are in final year only then you are eligible for the ctet .

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