CTET 2020-21 Last Minute Preparation Tips - Check Full Strategy & Guide
CTET 2020 Last Minute Preparation Tips - The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has postponed the CTET 2020 exam due to the coronavirus pandemic. Now, the exam is scheduled to be conducted on January 31, 2021. Candidates who have applied for the exam must have already finished up with their preparations. However, they can take help of these last minute preparation tips for CTET 2020 to aid their preparations and get the best results. Here in this article we are going to discuss some small points and tips that might be useful for candidates to sum up their preparations for the exam.
Last Minute Preparation Tips for CTET 2020-21
As the CTET exam date is nearing down, here are some last minute preparation tips to help you ace the exam:
Going through the CTET 2020 exam pattern is a must for students appearing for the exam. Knowing the exam pattern will give candidates knowledge about how the exam will be conducted, what kind of questions will be asked in the exam, marking scheme of the exam and other such important details.
Candidates appearing for the exam are advised to attempt all the questions in the exam as there is no provision of negative marking in the exam.
Before attempting any question, candidates must read the question carefully and then denote their answer clearly on the OMR sheet. Candidates must practise marking answers in the OMR sheet beforehand to not make any unwanted mistakes on the day of exam.
Candidates must not consider CTET just as a qualifying examination, instead they must focus on getting better scores to get one step closer to their dream of becoming a teacher.
Good time management is very important for good scores in the exam. Candidates must practise as much CTET question papers, mock tests to get the desired speed and efficiency.
Confidence is the key to success and candidates must make sure the exam does not get to their nerves and they are calm and composed while attempting the exam. Candidates can play games, listen to music etc to ease off the exam tension.
Do not devote too much time to a single question. If any question is consuming too much time of the candidates, they should skip it and return to it later after solving all the questions.
Knowing the CTET exam pattern is very important for good performance in the exam. CTET 2020 will be conducted in offline mode through pen and paper based test mode. The exam will comprise of two papers - Paper 1 and Paper 2. Students will get a time of 2 hours and 30 minutes to solve each paper. The detailed exam pattern of CTET 2020 is given below:
CTET 2020 Exam Pattern
Name of the exam
Central Teachers Eligibility Test 2020 (CTET)
Mode of Exam
CTET exam time duration
2 hours 30 minutes each
Paper I and Paper II
CTET Marking Scheme
1 mark allotted per question. No negative marking.
Type of questions
Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - CTET 2020-21 Last Minute Preparation Tips - Check Full Strategy & Guide
Question: Is there any negative marking in CTET 2020 exam?
No, there is no provision of negative marking in the CTET 2020 exam.
Question: How can I enhance my speed and accuracy for the exam?
Practising CTET question papers and mock tests regularly will help candidates develop speed and accuracy.
Question: In what mode will be the CTET 2020 exam conducted?
CTET 2020 exam will be conducted in offline mode in OMR-based test mode.
Question: What is the marking scheme of CTET 2020 exam?
Candidates will be awarded one mark for each correct response. There is no provision of negative marking in the exam.
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Questions related to CTET
Hello I have completed my B.com & B.ed as well,Am I eligible to give ctet exam in december?
The basic eligibility criteria for Ctet exam is to have passed senior secondary or graduation with minimum 50% aggregate marks and relevant teacher training program. Bed degree is mandatory in order to give the CTET examinations.The minimum age required is of 17 years.
Hope it helps!!
I Am filling up form for eklavya model schools. i Have done my B.Sc. with chemistry and B.Ed. Passed CTET paper II. am i eligible for TGT science? FIrst year : Botany, Physics, Chemistry Second Year: Botany, Chemistry Third Year: Chemstry This is the subjects i had in my respective yr of graduation
The eligibility criteria for TGT Science in Eklavya Model Residential School is as follows:
- Passed bachelor's degree in science with any two subjects amongst chemistry, botany and zoology and pursued BEd from NCTE recognized institute
- Qualified STET/CTET Paper II
As you have mentioned you qualified CTET, so you're eligible provided you also possess proficiency in terms of teaching in English and Hindi medium.
You can check out the official notification at https://recruitment.nta.nic.in/WebinfoEMRSRecruitment/File/GetFile?FileId=2&LangId=P
Visit the official website at https://recruitment.nta.nic.in/WebinfoEMRSRecruitment/Page/Page?PageId=5 to register for the recruitment process.
I have completed my graduation BA program (Pol. sci. + Eng) and d.el.ed , am I eligible to give ctet paper ii ? please! reply I am confused about it .
Yes, as per the eligibility criteria of CTET Paper II, it states that candidates need to pass graduation from a recognized university with Diploma in Elementary Education in order to appear for CTET paper II, hence you're eligible for CTET Paper II.
I want to correct my mother surname name in CTET marksheet. what is the step by step procedure to do?
Only the official website of CTET, i.e., www.ctet.nic.in is the only gateway to edit the CTET application form 2021
Candidates who wish to edit the CTET application form 2021 can visit the official website mentioned above.
On the homepage of the CTET official website, you will find a link that indicates CTET application form correction.
Click on the application correction link
‘Login’ to edit the CTET application form
Enter your CTET login credentials
The CTET application form will open
Edit the application form, save the details and logout
You can take the printout of revised CTET application form.
lost my roll no 2019 ctet . how to find it?
Hello bharati, you can get your roll number by applying the forgot application number at the login page, you just have to fill in the required credentials and you will have your registration/application number after that, for futher queries you can send an e-mail to the administration if you are still unable to retrieve your application number, they will help you for that.
I hope it helps,
Best of luck