The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) board on Sunday, January 31 organizes CTET Paper 1 and Paper 2 exams for the candidates who have registered for the Central Teacher Eligibility Test November 2020 Examination. After holding the CTET exam CBSE would officially display the Answer key on the website. The candidates who appear for the test have a look at the availability of the CTET Answer Key for paper 1 and 2, at www.ctet.nic.in.
Ahead of the publication of the CTET Answer key, analysis of Paper I and Paper II is being facilitated to the candidates to visualize their score and assess the performance in the 31st January held CBSE CTET examination. A review of the CTET paper with the help of experts regarding the difficulty level of CTET (paper 1 & 2), and asked questions with students' responses are facilitated.
Based on the reports, the CBSE board organizes the Central Teacher Eligibility Test or CTET Nov 2020 examination amid the Covid19 pandemic. The exam is held in 135 cities across the country. The candidates were allowed entry only wearing a face mask inside the exam center and following the guidelines laid by the Ministry of Home Affairs.
Sharing personal views on the CTET examination a candidate at a center in Delhi said "The overall level of CTET Paper 1 (held in Morning shift) was moderate. As an average a student could answer 100 questions with basic knowledge".
CTET for Paper 1 (Class I-V) exam is held from 9:30 AM to 12.00 Noon. As many as 150 questions were asked from the candidates in a time duration of 2 hours and 30 Minutes. Analysis of the Paper 1 will be available after the examination is over. Stay Tuned!
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CTET Paper 2 (Class VI-VIII): The CTET paper-2 exam is scheduled to be held from 02.00 pm to 04.30 pm. As many as 150 multiple-choice based questions are to be answered in a format given below-
Child Development & Pedagogy(compulsory)-30 MCQs
(ii) Language I (compulsory) 30 MCQs
(iii) Language II (compulsory) 30 MCQs
(iv) Mathematics and Science 60 MCQs (for Mathematics and Science teacher) OR
(v) Social Studies/Social Science 60 MCQs 60 Marks (for Social Studies/Social Science teacher)
The questions in the CTET Paper-II will be asked from the topics prescribed in the syllabus of the NCERT for Classes VI to VIII with a level of Senior Secondary Class.