28th Dec 2021 CTET Exam Analysis Paper 1, Shift-1_00.1
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28th Dec 2021 CTET Exam Analysis Paper 1, Shift-1

CTET Exam Analysis: The Paper-I exam of 28th December 2021 has been successfully conducted. As we have already seen in the previous CTET exams this year, the paper was has covered mostly similar topics with some exceptions. The type of questions is changing, sometimes, the questions are straightforward and easy, sometimes the questions are tricky and time-consuming. To know about the Paper-I of 28th December 2021 of CTET exam analysis, check out the detailed and comprehensive analysis down below. We have discussed all the essential aspects of the Exam paper beginning from the types of questions asked, topics asked, the nature of the question to the number of good attempts.

Since its inception, the CTET exam was conducted offline i.e. in pen and paper mode. However, this is the first the CTET exam is conducted online through CBT mode. In this article, we will cover the detailed analysis of CTET Paper 1 including all the five subjects- English Language, Hindi Language, Environmental Studies, Mathematics, and Child Development & Pedagogy.

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CTET December 2021 Exam Important Points

  • CTET will be conducted in an Online Mode.
  • CTET is qualifying in nature. There are five subjects and no sectional cut-off in this exam.
  • There is no negative marking in this exam.
  • 150 questions will be asked in 150 minutes to complete the test.

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CTET Admit Card 2021: Important Documents

Candidates must carry all the exam-related essentials in the transparent Poly Bag.

  • Downloaded CTET Admit Card 2021
  • One Passport size Photo.
  • Id Proof(Pan Card, Aadhar Card, Passport, Driving License, Voter Id Card).
  • Ball Point Pen(Blue/Black) Of Good Quality.

CTET Exam Analysis 2021 & Review (Paper 1) – 28th December 2021

Central Board Secondary Education (CBSE) has conducted the Central Teacher Eligibility Test 2021  today i.e. 28th December 2021. The exam was conducted in a two-shift from 9.30 am to 12.00 pm and 2.30 PM to 5.00 PM.

CTET Exam Date CTET Paper 1 CTET Paper 2
28th December 2021 9:30 AM to 12:00 PM 2:30 PM to 5: 00 PM

Overall CTET Exam Analysis for Paper 1 [Primary Teacher]

The first shift of the CTET Exam concluded at 12: 00. As per the student review, the overall exam was moderate in nature. In the table below, you will find a glimpse of subject-wise analysis of the difficulty level of questions asked.

Subject Name Total Question Asked Difficulty Level Good Attempts
Child Development & Pedagogy 30 Moderate 23-24
Language I 30 Easy to Moderate 27-28
Language II 30 Easy to Moderate 27-28
Mathematics 30 Moderate 24-25
Environmental Studies 30 Easy to Moderate 23-24
Good Attempt Moderate 110-111

Subject Wise CTET Exam Analysis 2021:

Now, The first shift of the CTET Exam was over at 12:00 pm. As per the student review, the overall exam is moderate in nature. In the below section, you will find a detailed subject-wise analysis of the CTET Exam 2021 Paper-I along with the topics asked and the number of questions asked from each topic. Let’s have a look on the subject-wise CTET Exam Analysis in detail.

CTET Exam Analysis Of Child Development & Pedagogy

The child development and pedagogy section was moderate as compared to the previous year exam. According to the student review, the questions were tricky in nature. Application-based questions were more in number.  Let’s have a look detailed analysis in the given  below table:

Topic Questions Asked
Schema 1-2
Piaget (Assimilation & Accommodation) 2-3
Vygotsky 1-2
Inclusive Education 1-2
Howard Gardner 1-2
Growth & Development 1-2
New Educational Policy 2020 1-2
NCF 2005 1-2
Multiple Intelligence Theory 1
Pre-Childhood Stage 1-2
Chomsky 1-2
Teaching Aids (Audio Visual Aids) 1-2
Good Attempt 23-24

CTET Exam Analysis Of English

The English language was easy to moderate. Questions on Alliteration, Magnitude, succumb (antonym) were asked. Mostly situation based questions were asked. Let’s have a look detailed analysis in the given  below table:

Topic Questions Asked (as 1st language) Questions Asked (as 2nd language)
Reading Comprehension One Passage: (Friend) (Vocab Based, Parts of Speech)

7-8

Passage 1: (Antonym, Synonyms Part of speech) 8 questions

Passage 2: (Vocab based, Figure of Speech) 7-8

Poem One Poem:  ( Poetic devices,Figure of Speech) 5-6
English Pedagogy 15 15
Good Attempt 25-26 27-28

CTET Exam Analysis Of Hindi

The Hindi language was comparatively easy in nature as the previous year exam. Mostly the questions were based on passage and poem. Questions based on grammar were sparse. Let’s have a look detailed analysis in the given  below table:

Topic Questions Asked (As 1st Language) Questions Asked (As 2nd Language)
Reading Comprehension Passage 1: Bhagat Singh 6-7 15 Question
Poem 6-7
Pedagogy 15 15
Good Attempt 25-26 27-28

CTET Exam Analysis Of Mathematics

Mathematics was easy to moderate this time as compared to the previous year. 5-6 questions were numerical in nature. The numerical based questions were easy in nature. Rest of the questions were based on Maths Pedagogy. Let’s have a look detailed analysis in the given below table.

Topic Questions Asked
Acute Angle(ONE) 1-2
Direction 1-2
Area 2
Coins 1-2
Number of Animals 1-2
Nature of Maths (Abstract, logical) 1
Property of Geometry 1-2
Pedagogy [Full Form of MAM] 20-22
Good Attempt 24-25

CTET Exam Analysis Of EVS

The EVS section was moderate as compared to the previous year.  Let’s have a look detailed analysis in the given  below table:

Topic Questions Asked
Ladakh 1-2
Maina 1-2
Which are states share a border with Tamil Nadu? 1-2
Shelter (Match the Following) 1-2
Direction 1-2
Assam (Bamboo) 1-2
Beekeeping in Bihar (October- December) 1-2
Coastal Countries of Black Sea 2-3
Chilly from South America 1-2
Jim Corbett National Park 1-2
Tapioca 1-2
Elephant 1-2
Desert Oak 1-2
Horticulture 1-2
Pedagogy 10
Good Attempt 23-24

 

CTET Exam Analysis: Previous Days

Candidates who will appear for CTET exam Paper-I and Paper-II in the coming days, are advised to keep a keen eye on the CTET exam analysis 2021 of all the papers. Here is the detailed analysis of the previous days CTET exam 2021.

Dates Paper-I Paper-II
16th December 2021 Click Here Postponed
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CTET Exam Analysis FAQ:

Q. What was the level of questions asked in Mathematics?
Ans. The level of questions asked in Mathematics was moderate.

Q. What was the level of the CTET Paper 1?
Ans. The level of the CTET Paper 1 was easy to moderate in nature.

Q. What is the validity of the CTET Certificate?
Ans. The validity of the CTET Certificate is a lifetime.

Q. What was the level of the EVS In CTET Paper 1?
Ans. The level of the EVS was easy to moderate in nature.

Q. Is CTET Paper 2 a qualified candidate applying for the TGT post?
Ans. Yes, he can apply but it will also depend on recruitment eligibility criteria.

Important CTET Links
CTET Cut OFF 2021 CTET New Syllabus 2021 & Exam Pattern CTET Previous Year Papers
CTET 2021 Selection Process CTET Salary 2021 CTET 2021 Certificate Validity
CTET Exam Date 2021 CTET Admit Card 2021 CTET 2021 Important Topics

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