CTET Analysis 2022: January 2022 Paper Analysis

CTET Analysis 2022: January 2022 Paper Analysis

ByNeha Joshi  |  Updated on: Mar 3, 2022Check the CTET Analysis, Paper Discussion & Exam Review of Shifts 1 and 2 here. Check CTET Paper 1, 2 Topic-wise Review, Highlights, Difficulty Level, Qualifying Marks, and Good Attempts.
Check the CTET Analysis, Paper Discussion & Exam Review of Shifts 1 and 2 here. Check CTET Paper 1, 2 Topic-wise Review, Highlights, Difficulty Level, Qualifying Marks, and Good Attempts.
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Aspirants can now examine the CTET analysis 2022 and topic-by-topic review. The CBSE successfully held the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) 2022 paper 1 & paper 2 in an online mode. Thus, we covered the detailed CTET analysis of the exam in this post, which included all five subjects: English, Hindi, Environmental Studies, Mathematics, and Child Development & Pedagogy. Along with the detailed CTET analysis, you can also get information on the level of difficulty, good attempts, questions asked, and CTET passing marks.

CTET Analysis 2022

The CTET December 2021-January 2022 exam was conducted on different days and in multiple shifts. CTET analysis 2022 and answer key discussion has been discussed below based on the feedback of the students who have appeared for the CTET December 2021-January 2022 session from 16th December 2021 to 13th January 2022. The CTET exam took place in an online mode for the first time. We have shared the memory-based questions, difficulty level, good attempts, and other important details in our CTET exam analysis for both paper 1 & paper 2.

Note: CTET 16th December Paper 2 and the exam conducted on 17th December 2021 was postponed!

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The feedback received from the students concluded that the CTET 2022 exam for 10th January 2022 was Moderate in difficulty level. The CTET analysis for paper 1 and paper 2 has been covered below.

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CTET Paper 1 Exam Pattern

Candidates should go over the detailed exam pattern of paper 1 before looking at the CTET analysis 2022. Aspirants will be better able to comprehend the CTET analysis as a result of this. The CTET paper 1 exam pattern, including the number of questions, marks, and total time, is available to candidates.

SectionNumber of QuestionMarksTotal Time
Child development & Pedagogy3030

150 Minutes

Mathematics

3030
Environmental Studies3030
Language - 13030
Language - 23030
Total150150

CTET Exam Analysis 2022 for December-January Session

Based on the feedback of students who took the CTET December 2021-January 2022 session from the 16th December 2021 to the 13th January 2022, the CTET analysis has been presented below. Candidates can also learn CTET preparation tips 2022 to help them prepare for the exam efficiently. In our CTET exam analysis for both paper 1 and paper 2, we shared the memory-based questions, difficulty level, good attempts, and other significant facts.

CTET Paper 1 Difficulty Level and Good Attempts (16 December 2021)

Subjects

Good Attempts

Difficult Levels

Child Development & Pedagogy

22-24

Moderate

Hindi Language 

20-23

Moderate

Sanskrit Language 

20-21

Moderate-Difficult

English Language 

20-22

Easy to Moderate

Mathematics

21-23

 Moderate

Environmental Studies 

22-24

 Easy-Moderate

Overall 

106-118

 Moderate

CTET Paper 2 Difficulty Level and Good Attempts (16 December 2021)

Note: Paper 2 has been canceled for 16th December 2021.

CTET Paper 1 Difficulty Level and Good Attempts (20 December 2021)

Subjects

Good Attempts

Difficult Levels

Child Development & Pedagogy

21-23

Moderate

Hindi Language 

20-22

Easy

Sanskrit Language 

16-18

Easy-Moderate

English Language 

18-21

Easy to Moderate

Mathematics

21-23

 Moderate

Environmental Studies 

18-20

Moderate

Overall 

112-121

 Easy-Moderate

CTET Exam Analysis for Paper 2 (20th December 2021)

Subjects

Good Attempts

Difficult Levels

Child Development & Pedagogy

18-20

Moderate

Hindi Language 

23-25

Easy

Sanskrit Language 

20-22

Easy-Moderate

English Language 

20-22

Easy to Moderate

Mathematics & Science

40-44

 Moderate-Difficult

Social Studies 

38-42

Moderate-Difficult

Overall 

109-121

Moderate-Difficult

CTET Analysis for Paper 1 (22nd December 2021)

Subjects

Good Attempts

Difficult Levels

Child Development & Pedagogy

24-26

Easy-Moderate

Hindi Language 

24-26

Easy

Sanskrit Language 

18-20

Easy-Moderate

English Language 

20-22

Easy to Moderate

Mathematics

20-22

Easy-Moderate

Environmental Studies 

22-24

Easy

Overall 

110-120

 Easy-Moderate

CTET Exam Analysis for Paper 1 (23rd December 2021)

Subjects

Good Attempts

Difficult Levels

Child Development & Pedagogy

24-26

Easy-Moderate

Hindi Language 

26-28

Easy

Sanskrit Language 

26-28

Easy

English Language 

24-26

Easy to Moderate

Mathematics

24-26

Easy-Moderate

Environmental Studies 

25-27

Easy

Overall 

118-123

 Easy-Moderate

CTET Analysis for Paper 1 (28th December 2021)

Subjects

Good Attempts

Difficult Levels

Child Development & Pedagogy

20-22Moderate

Hindi Language 

24-26Easy-Moderate

Sanskrit Language 

22-24Easy-Moderate

English Language 

22-24Moderate

Mathematics

20-22Moderate

Environmental Studies 

24-26Easy-Moderate

Overall 

110-120Moderate

CTET Paper 2 Difficulty Level and Good Attempts (28 December 2021)

Subjects

Good Attempts

Difficult Levels

Child Development & Pedagogy

23-25Moderate

Hindi Language 

24-26Easy-Moderate

Sanskrit Language 

24-26Easy-Moderate

English Language 

22-24Moderate

Mathematics & Science

35-37Moderate-Difficult

Social Studies 

40-44Easy-Moderate

Overall 

104-116Moderate

 CTET Exam Analysis for Paper 1 (29 December 2021)

Subjects

Good Attempts

Difficult Levels

Child Development & Pedagogy

20-22Moderate

Hindi Language 

25-27Easy-Moderate

Sanskrit Language 

25-27Easy-Moderate

English Language 

24-26Easy-Moderate

Mathematics

22-24Moderate

Environmental Studies 

20-22Moderate

Overall 

111-121Moderate

 CTET Analysis for Paper 1 (10 Jan 2022)

Subjects

Good Attempts

Difficult Levels

Child Development & Pedagogy

20-22Moderate

Hindi Language 

24-26Easy-Moderate

Sanskrit Language 

24-26Easy-Moderate

English Language 

24-26Easy-Moderate

Mathematics

21-23Moderate

Environmental Studies 

24-26Moderate

Overall 

112-123Moderate

Detailed CTET Analysis (10 January 2022)

The CTET analysis for the 10 January 2022 exam has been detailed below. The CTET exam analysis covers all subjects, including English, Hindi, Sanskrit, Environmental Studies, Mathematics, and Child Development and Pedagogy. We have compiled a selection of the best books to prepare for the CTET 2022 exam that will help you strengthen your grasp of the exam. To learn about the topics from which questions were asked in the 10 January 2022 exam, see the CTET analysis below.

1. CTET Paper 1 Analysis for the Child Development Pedagogy

Total Number - 30

Topic

No. of questions

Howard Gardner3-4
New Educational Policy 20201-2
NCF 20052-3
Dyscalculia1
Inclusive Education3-4

2. CTET Analysis of Paper 1 for the Mathematics Section

Total Number - 30

Topic

No. of questions

Fraction1-2
Number Series1-2
Mensuration3-4
Time & Distance1-2
Van Hiele1

Note: The mathematics section was moderate as compared to the previous phase.

3. CTET Analysis of Paper 1 for the Environmental Studies

Total Number - 30

Topic

No of questions

Blue Beak Bird1
Nepenthes Plant (Meghalaya)1
Map2
Match the Following2-3
Remedy for Anemia1
Pollution1-2

4. CTET Analysis of Paper 1 for the English Language

Total Number - 30

Topic

No of questions (As a 1st Language)

No of questions (As a 2nd Language)

 Poem

One Poem: Poetic devices, Hyperbola

-

 Language Pedagogy

 15

15

5. CTET Analysis of Paper 1 for the Hindi Language

Total Number - 30

Topic

No of questions (As a 1st Language)

No of questions (As a 2nd Language)

Poem

 One Poem: भारतवर्ष

-

Language Pedagogy

 15

15

6. CTET Analysis of Paper 1 for the Sanskrit Language

Total Number - 30

Topic

No of questions (As a 1st Language)

No of questions (As a 2nd Language)

Poem

 6

-

Language Pedagogy

 15

15

Memory Based Questions Asked in CTET 

Completing memory-based questions offers several advantages, the most notable of which is that it improves memory by allowing you to recall a specific question's answer. Students can practice with BYJU’s Exam Prep to avail best CTET study plan 2022 curated explicitly for all aspirants. The memory-based questions for the Child Development & Pedagogy section are discussed as part of the CTET analysis.

Memory Based Questions Asked in CTET 
Memory Based Questions Asked in CTET Paper 1 Exam 16th December 2021
Memory Based Questions Asked in CTET Paper 1 Exam 20th December 2021
Memory Based Questions Asked in CTET Paper 1 Exam 21st December 2021
Memory Based Questions Asked in CTET Paper 1 Exam 22nd December 2021
Memory Based Questions Asked in CTET Paper 1 Exam 23rd December 2021
Memory Based Questions Asked in CTET Paper 1 Exam 27th December 2021
Memory Based Questions Asked in CTET Paper 1 Exam 28th December 2021

CTET Qualifying Marks

For your knowledge, we have included the CTET qualifying marks or CTET passing marks below. To pass the CTET 2022 exam, you must achieve the minimum qualifying score. The qualifying marks for the CTET are divided into different categories, such as SC/ST/OBC/General.

Category% of MarksRequired Marks (Out of 150)
General6090
OBC/SC/ST5582

Everything you needed to know about the CTET analysis 2022 was covered in this post. If you have any further questions, please contact BYJU's Exam Prep. We hope this information is useful to you.

CTET Exam Analysis FAQs

  • The CTET exam is often moderate to difficult. The papers, on the other hand, usually take a long time to complete. You can tune in to BYJU'S Exam Prep to get a comprehensive discussion on CTET exam analysis.

  • According to the CTET exam analysis 2022, the English Language was easy-moderate and the pedagogy part was tricky. Questions on alliteration, magnitude, antonym-synonym were asked.

  • Candidates who achieve an aggregate cut-off score of 60% (90 points out of 150) will be eligible to qualify in the CTET exam. A total cut-off score of 55% (82 out of 150) is required to pass the exam for the reserved category.

  • The CTET paper 1 has a moderate difficulty level. Please see the above-mentioned post for a full CTET exam analysis.

  • The CTET paper 2 exam was moderate to difficult in terms of difficulty. For your convenience, the complete CTET analysis for the December-January session is provided above.

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