Clearing CTET examination is like cracking a hard shell. But with hard work and proper planning, aspirants can easily ace the CTET exam. Therefore, to help all the candidates out there, we have come up with 20 steps strategy to crack the CTET Exam in one go.
Step 1: Know that there will be 150 questions and every question help you to score 1 mark.
Step 2 : Make yourself aware that there will be 5 sections and every section is of 30 marks which means you will be asked 30 questions from every section. Section are as follows:
•Child development and Pedagogy
• Language l
• Language ll
• Environmental studies
Step 3 : Begin your preparation by knowing the complete syllabus and topics that will be asked in the CTET Exam. To know the whole syllabus, check the safalta website.
Step 4: Child development and pedagogy test your conceptual understanding and how will you cater to the need of special children. Make sure to expertise in educational philosophy and psychology to get good marks.
Step 5: Set a good command over important topics such as theories of child development, learning theories, intelligence theories. Also, learn about inclusive education and understanding children with special needs and pedagogy of children.
Step 6: Revise all your b.ed notes and whatever have you taught in coaching.
Step 7: Moving forward, it's time to hold a grip on language l and language ll. 15 marks are allocated for learning comprehension. Therefore, read the newspaper, novels, stories.
Step 8 : Learn grammar rules and parts of speech. For this, juggle through English and Hindi grammar books.
Step 9 : Another 15 marks are allocated for a pedagogy of language development. Buy a good book which covers all the syllabus. Generally, this section emphasizes how will you teach the language to students and how they learn the respective languages.
Step 10 : Another section that needs an effective strategy to get good marks is mathematics. Learn all the basic concepts of every topic included in the syllabus.
Step 11 : Expertise in short tricks, tables, squares, cubes, and formulas as this tip will help you to solve questions more efficiently in less time. Do enough practice by solving the different types of questions from every topic that can be asked in the examination.
Step 12 : For environmental studies, read all the ncert books up to 8th standard. Read every word carefully and conceptualize all the topic well.
Step 13 : Preparing hand notes and underlining the important points proves to be a great aid in revision. Moreover, Handwritten notes stick to your mind for more period.
Step 14 :
Take the mock test- Analyse your preparation by taking as many mock tests as possible. Mock tests help candidates to know their weak and strong zones. Thus, improve their performance.
Step 15 : During mock tests, try to finish it in 150 hours. Don't worry if you find it difficult at first attempt, your speed with automatically enhance after taking up 5-6 mock series.
Step 16 : Try to mug up at the last minute won't help you, revise all the notes, topics, books and relevant study material that you studied so far in last 1 week.
Step 17 : Clear all your doubts, confusion, or anything discussing with your friends, mentor, teacher or guru. If you are preparing alone, don't hesitate to ask your doubts here. Our experts aim to make you understand the topic.
Step 18 : Last but the most important strategy includes reading the question carefully and decoding it appropriately what has been asked in the question.
Step 19 : To answer tricky questions, choose the smart way and first eliminate the options that have no relevance to the significant question.
Step 20 : Aspirants, do solve all the 150 question as there is no negative marking. Who knows, you end up choosing the right option.
- Location: India
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