CTET Exam Analysis: The CTET Exam 2021-2022 has completed another successful day. Today, we bring you the CTET Exam analysis of Paper-I of 6th January 2022. Mostly, the common topics appearing in the question paper previous papers in the December segment of the CTET exam 2021 have continued in the January segment of CTET exam 2022 as well. The pattern that emerged through the previous days of the CTET Exam has continued, though candidates should not get complacent and leave other important portions of the syllabus. Now, let us hop into the discussion on all the essential aspects of the Exam paper of 6th January 2022 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.
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.
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) – 6th January 2022
Central Board Secondary Education (CBSE) has conducted the Central Teacher Eligibility Test 2021 today i.e. 6th January 2022. 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|
|6th January 2022||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 easy to 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||24-25|
|Language I||30||Easy to Moderate||27-28|
|Language II||30||Easy to Moderate||27-28|
|Environmental Studies||30||Easy to Moderate||22-23|
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. Questions were short and direct. Mostly, question were not Application based questions. Let’s have a look detailed analysis in the given below table:
|Piaget (Object stage)||3-4|
|Kohlberg (scaffolding, 1st Stage, 6th Stage)||1-2|
|Middle Childhood stage||1-2|
|Heredity and Development||1-2|
|New Education Policy 2020||1-2|
CTET Exam Analysis Of English
The English language was easy to moderate. Antonym of Advance, Synonym of Devastation, Synonym of Permanent. A question on Formative & Summative assessment, and LAD. 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: Green House Effect
|Passage 1: Gautam Budha
(Part of Speech, Figure of speech, synonym, antonym) 7 questions
Passage 2: Mahatma Gandhi
(Adjective, Grammar-based, Figure of Speech) 5 questions
( Poetic devices, Hyperbola)
|English Pedagogy (Chomsky)||15||15|
CTET Exam Analysis Of Hindi
The Hindi language was comparatively easy in nature as the previous year exam. आकाश का पर्यायवाची. भाषा से Pedagogy Question. Let’s have a look at detailed analysis in the given below table:
|Topic||Questions Asked (As 1st Language)||Questions Asked (As 2nd Language)|
|Reading Comprehension (उप्सर्ग, प्रत्यय, विलोम, विभक्ति, वचन, क्रिया, संज्ञा, सर्वनाम, मुहावरे, विशेषण, )||Passage:
(पर्यायवाची, संधि विच्छेद, प्रत्यय, मुहावरे, विलोम)
|Poem||Poem: पक्षी की उन्मुक्त्ता
|Pedagogy (Multilingualism, सम्प्रेषण, भाषा अधिगम)||15||15|
CTET Exam Analysis Of Mathematics
Mathematics was easy to moderate this time as compared to the previous year. Let’s have a look detailed analysis in the given below table.
|Place Value of 7 (27685)||1-2|
|Dienes Value (Place Value)||1-2|
|Fraction (Smaller than 7/8, larger than 1/3=)||1-2|
|Time (Average Speed)||1-2|
|Time (Delhi 5:30 to Chennai 21:50)||1-2|
|Place Value of 5 in 25347||1-2|
|Find a value that is larger than 24*4=96||1-2|
|Application based question||1-2|
CTET Exam Analysis Of EVS
The EVS section was moderate as compared to the previous year. Questions were NCERT Based. Let’s have a look detailed analysis in the given below table:
|Mizoram Dance (Cheerab)||1-2|
|Themes of EVS (Water)||1-2|
|Coastal States of Arabian Sea||1-2|
|Tapioca & Coconut Oil (Kerala)||1-2|
|Bee keeping in Bihar||1-2|
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.
|16th December 2021||Click Here||Postponed|
|20th December 2021||Click Here||Click Here|
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CTET Exam Analysis FAQ:
Q. Is the nature of the question in CTET paper-1 will change in the January segment?
A. It is predicted that the nature and type of the question asked in CTET Paper-1 will be different in January segment in comparison to the December Segment.
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.
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