Central Board of Secondary Education is ready to conduct Central Teacher Eligibility Teacher Eligibility CTET 2018-19 after the two-years gap. Last time, CTET was conducted in the year 2016. It is expected that this time, the number of candidates appearing in the exam is higher in comparison to the previous session. Candidates appearing in CTET 2018 are searching for Previous Years Question Papers to get the idea of the type of questions and exam format being asked in the exam. The thorough practice of CTET Question Paper will help the candidates in checking their speed and efficiency in the asked problems. One can easily get the difficulty level of the questions asked in the upcoming exam. We are providing the Last 4 years CTET Question Papers for the aspirants in improving their exam performance.
CTET Question Paper comprises of 150 questions in English and Hindi Both Languages. Candidates need to carry their admit card before appearing for the exam. All 150 questions are divided into 5 different sections including Child Development and Pedagogy, Maths, Environmental Studies, Language 1, and Language 2 as per the option marked by the candidates at the time of registration. Only 12 Days are left for CTET 2018 to be conducted across all the examination centers. This is the apt time for the candidates to test their performance by practicing CTET Question Paper available in the form of PDF.
CBSE has already released the admit card for CTET 2018 Exam already on November 22 at their official website. Candidates should not forget to keep the admit card with you while going to the examination hall. It is the mandatory formalities to have their Govt Office Identity cards. Team Safalta wishes candidates all the best for future exams.
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