CTET 2019 Paper Analysis - Section-Wise Difficulty Levels of Paper-1 and Paper-2

Published on : 8th July 2019    Author : Himanshu Basant Bhatt
CTET Exam

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has successfully conducted the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) on 7th July 2019. The exam was conducted in two slots - Slot-1 for becoming teachers for classes I-V and Slot-2 for becoming teachers for classes VI - VIII. The schedule of the CTET 2019 exam was:

Slots/Papers

Level of Teaching

Slot Timings

Slot-1/ Paper-1

Classes I to V

9:30 AM to 12:30 PM

Slot-2/ Paper-2

Classes VI to VIII

2:00 PM to 4:30 PM

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The article here discusses the paper-wise and section wise difficulty level of the CTET 2019 examination.

CTET 2019 Paper Analysis

As per the candidates who have appeared for the examination, Paper-1 was of moderate level difficulty. Some candidates also found it easier in comparison of the December 2018 paper.

According to an aspirant, Savita Kumari, “The numbers of questions based on Child Development and Pedagogy were more than the expected but all the questions asked were easy.” She also added, “The Hindi language paper was easier as compared to the December 2018 paper.”

Another aspirant, Kira, said; “The english language section was very easy, the questions asked were on the expected lines.”

Daya said; “I found Environmental studies section bit tough, rest of the paper was easy. Overall it was an easy paper.”

“In Mathematics section, I found some questions tricky and the difficulty level of these questions was also a bit high,” said Rachna, another aspirant.

Section-wise Difficulty Level of Paper-1

Subjects

Difficulty Level

English

Moderate

Child Development and Pedagogy

Easy to Moderate

Mathematics

Moderate

Hindi Language

Easy to Moderate

Environmental Studies

Moderate to Difficult

Overall

Moderate

Section-wise Difficulty Level of Paper-2

Paper-2 of the CTET 2019 exam was from easy to moderate. Child Development & Pedagogy and Mathematics & Science sections have moderate difficulty level questions while the aspirants found the other sections easy to moderate. Here is the section-wise difficulty level for the paper.

Subjects

Difficulty Level

Child Development & Pedagogy

Moderate to Difficult

Language I

Easy to Moderate

Language II

Easy to Moderate

Mathematics and Science

Moderate to Difficult

Social Studies/Social Science

Moderate

Overall

Easy to Moderate

CTET Exam

The CTET exam is conducted for teachers’ posts in government schools such as Navodaya Vidyalayas, Central Tibetan Schools, Kendriya Vidyalayas, and other schools under the administration of the Centre, State, and Union Territories. The exam is conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education.


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