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CTET 2024 Last Minute Preparation Tips - Check Full Strategy & Guide

CTET 2024 Last Minute Preparation Tips - Check Full Strategy & Guide

Edited By Soujanya K | Updated on Jul 17, 2024 04:24 PM IST | #CTET

The last week or two before the CTET exam is very crucial for revision. Candidates must make use of this time carefully and revise all the concepts they have been learning over the last few months. The CTET exam is held by the CBSE twice yearly with the goal of testing the ability of teacher aspirants.

It is held offline in the pen and paper medium. Let us discuss some tips and tricks for last minute CTET preparation. Candidates are encouraged to go through the material below for some pointers on how to effectively start wrapping up their CTET exam preparation.

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CTET Exam Dates 2024

Candidates appearing for the exam must be mindful of the CTET exam dates 2024, such as the release of the admit card and the date of the exam. A list of important CTET Exam dates 2024 is given below for reference.

CTET Important Dates

Events

CTET July 2024 exam date

CTET pre-admit card 2024 release date

June 24, 2024

Release of the CTET 2024 admit card

July 5, 2024

CTET exam date 2024

July 7 , 2024

CTET exam timing

Paper 2 - 9.30 AM to 12 Noon

Paper 1 - 2.00 PM to 4.30 PM

CTET 2024 Result date

To Be Announced

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Last Minute Preparation Tips for CTET 2024

Here are some last-minute preparation tips to help you ace the exam:

  • Going through the CTET 2024 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, 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 on their nerves and they are calm and composed while attempting the exam.

  • Do not devote too much time to a single question. If any question is consuming too much time for the candidates, they should skip it and return to it later after solving all the other questions.

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CTET Exam Pattern 2024

Knowing the CTET 2024 exam pattern is very important for good performance in the exam. CTET 2024 exam is conducted in Pen and Paper based mode. The exam comprises of two papers - Paper 1 and Paper 2. Students get 2 hours and 30 minutes to solve each paper. The detailed exam pattern of CTET 2024 is given below:

CTET 2024 Exam Pattern

Name of the exam

Central Teachers Eligibility Test 2024 (CTET)

Mode of Exam

Offline (Pen and Paper based) mode

CTET exam time duration

2 hours 30 minutes each

Papers

Paper I and Paper II

CTET Marking Scheme

1 mark allotted per question. No negative marking.

Type of questions

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)

Conducting authority

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)

CTET 2024 Syllabus

Candidates attempting the exam must be thorough with the CTET Syllabus 2024. All of the topics in the CTET 2024 Syllabus should be thoroughly studied using the CTET preparation books and practised using past question papers. At this point, it is a good idea for candidates to extensively revise all the progress they have made studying the topics from the CTET Syllabus. Below is a brief overview of the CTET 2024 Syllabus for candidates’ reference.

CTET Syllabus

Subjects

Sections

Child Development and Pedagogy

(No. of Questions: 30)

Learning and Pedagogy

(10 Questions)

Concept of Inclusive Education and understanding children with special needs

(5 Questions)

Child Development: Primary School Child (15 Questions)

Language I

No. of Questions: 30

Language Comprehension

(15 Questions)


Pedagogy of Language Development

(15 Questions)

Language II

(No. of Questions: 30)

Comprehension

(15 Questions)

Pedagogy of Language Development

(15 Questions)

Mathematics

No. of Question: 30

Content

(15 Questions)

Pedagogical issues (15 Questions)

Environmental Studies

No. of Questions: 30

Content

(15 Questions)

Pedagogical Issues (15 Questions)

Frequently Asked Question (FAQs)

1. Is there any negative marking in the CTET 2024 exam?

No, there is no provision of negative marking in the CTET exam 2024.

2. 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.

3. In what mode will be the CTET 2024 exam conducted?

CTET 2024 exam will be conducted in offline mode.

4. What is the marking scheme of the CTET 2024 exam?

Candidates will be awarded one mark for each correct response. There is no provision of negative marking in the exam.

5. Can I crack CTET in 10 days?

10 days is not sufficient to prepare for the CTET exam from scratch. For any exam, it is always a good idea to start preparation from several months before the exam date. 

6. How to clear CTET in 20 days?

The last 20 days before the CTET 2024 exam is a good time to begin last minute preparations. For detailed last minute CTET 2024 preparation tips, you can refer to the above material. 

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Questions related to CTET

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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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Dear aspirant !!

Hope you are doing good !

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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