CTET Dec 21 Paper Analysis; Check Unofficial Answer key & Experts' Views on Difficulty

CBSE CTET Paper 1 exam dated December 21 is now over. It is reported that the difficulty level of today's CTET Paper was easy to moderate. Below is the paper analysis and experts' views on answer key.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Dec 21, 2021 12:09 IST
CTET Dec 21 Paper Analysis; Check Unofficial Answer key & Experts' Views on Difficulty
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The Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) 2021 has been held successfully today, on December 21, 2021, in the first shift. The 150-minute duration computer-based exam was started at 09:30 am in the morning and lasted at 12:00 noon. As the examination is now over, candidates can check December 21 held CTET paper 1 analysis along with the unofficial answer key from the top educators

It is reported that the examination was easy to moderate in difficulty level. The official answer key of CTET paper 1 and paper 2 will be released online on the website ctet.nic.in. Thereafter, candidates will be able to check their response sheet, solutions, and raise objections.

CTET December 21 Paper Analysis:

Today's CTET paper-1 exam consisting of 150 multiple-choice questions was held successfully. The exam contained 30 questions each from Child Development and Pedagogy, Language 1, Language 2, Mathematics, and Environmental Studies. Candidates were given a total of 150 minutes to attempt all the questions.

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It is reported that the questions in the December 21, CTET paper-I were based on the defined topics. Many of the questions were based on the NCERT syllabus but their difficulty standard was up to the secondary stage. Here is the paper analysis of CTET paper-1 analysis by 'Teachers Adda247' educators. The solutions stated during the analysis are provisional and entirely based upon the educator's opinion.

It was reported that the candidates were allowed entry inside the exam center at least 2 hours before the examination. They were strictly asked to wear face masks. At the entry point, candidates were frisked of any electronic and other prohibited items.

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