5 Important Steps for Success in TET Exams
5 Important Steps for Success in TET Exams

5 Important Steps for Success in TET Exams

To get success in any competitive exams, you first need to understand the prerequisites for the examinations. Before starting your preparation for TET exams, it is essential to keep in mind the syllabus of the exam, various subjects, weightage given to each subject, exam pattern and some strategies. Then, create a timetable accordingly by looking at previous year question papers as well.

Having a preparation strategy for the upcoming Teaching exams is the crucial factor for cracking the exam with an excellent score. For that, comprehend the exam including important tips and tricks for the exam. Check out the vital steps for scoring well in the teaching exams, which will help you to plan out the approach in order to qualify the exam.

Steps for Scoring High in TET Exams

Teacher Eligibility Test is the minimum eligibility criteria to become a government teacher in the central or state level school. You will be required to clear the TET exam, which  is compulsory for becoming a government school teacher. Every year, State and Central government conduct TET exams for interested and eligible candidates.

Let’s now look at the important steps for preparing for TET & Teaching exams below.

1. Understand the TET Exam- TET is conducted in two-level, namely paper 1 and paper 2. Paper 1 is for primary level teachers (classes 1- 5) whereas Paper 2 is for upper primary level teachers ( classes 6-10).

For paper 1, you need to have scored minimum 50% marks in Senior Secondary (or its equivalent) and must have passed or appeared in the final year of a 2-year diploma or 4 -year Bachelor of Elementary education. For paper 2, graduation with a minimum of 50% marks and passed or appeared in 2-year diploma or 4-year Bachelor in Elementary education.

2. Consider TET Exam Pattern- The first and foremost step for beginning the preparation of the exam is to know the exam pattern for the same. You must be well-versed with the different subjects, weightage of marks, important topics from each subject etc. Below, you can take a look at the TET exam pattern for both paper 1 & 2.

TET Paper 1 Exam Pattern

Subjects Number of Questions Total Marks Total Time
Child development & Pedagogy 30 30 150 Minutes
Mathematics 30 30
Language – 1 30 30
Language – 2 30 30
Environmental Studies 30 30
Total 150 150

TET Paper 2 Exam Pattern

Subjects Number of Questions Total Marks Total Time
Child development & Pedagogy 30 30  

 

150 Minutes

 

 

Language – 1 30 30
Language – 2 30 30
Science & Mathematics OR Social Science 60 60
Total 150 150

3. Know TET Syllabus- The complete understanding of the TET syllabus is vital for the candidates who are appearing for the exams. During your preparation for the teaching exams, try to cover the comprehensive curriculum of the exam. The question paper will be available in both languages(Hindi/English)

For paper 1, you  need to prepare for subjects like Mathematics, Environmental Studies, Language 1 & 2, Child Development & Pedagogy. Paper 2 includes subjects such as Child Development & Pedagogy, Language 1& 2, Social Studies or Mathematics & Science.

4. Best Study Materials for TET Exam- Having the right kind of study materials with you for the preparation of the teaching exams is an imperative factor. You are advised to prefer latest and updated study materials, having enough practice papers and question bank to help you in tracking your performance.

Further, it is suggested to pick one book for each subject and opt NCERT books for making your base strong. Apart from this, you can also choose books from Arihant, Disha, or Upkar Publication.

5. Role of Previous Year Paper- Remember, previous year paper plays an essential role in your preparation for the exam. Regular practice of the previous question papers and mock tests can help you to score good marks in the TET exam. Through this, you can analyze your section-wise score and further, can improve your preparation level.

Solving an ample amount of question papers assist you in knowing your weaknesses and strengths. Accordingly, you can work on your weaknesses and polish your strengths. Another advantage of practising question papers is that you will learn time management skills. Try to cover all the topics and subjects of the exam accordingly.

Initially, you will be required to focus on the basic concepts of each topic of all the subjects. Further, you can enrol in TET quizzes and test series to enhance your preparation for the exam. Also, you can adopt the habit of creating short notes of the topics, as this will help you knowing the crucial points and quickly revising the syllabus as well.

Also, revise all the topics, memorize the basic concepts, essential theories and all the formulas before the exam. There is no negative marking in Teaching exams, so try to attempt all the questions of the exam.

For more information or query related to TET exams, you can drop your questions in the comment section below.

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