CTET 2023 Last Minute Preparation Tips and Strategy

By BYJU'S Exam Prep

Updated on: September 25th, 2023

Check out the CTET 2023 last-minute preparation tips to score better in the CTET Child Development and Pedagogy, Language I, Language II, Maths and Environmental Studies. The CTET 2023 exam will be held on 20th August 2023. The CTET 2023 Pre-admit card has already been released. Stay tuned to get exam analysis and exam day guidelines. Please note that the CTET exam will be in English, Hindi, Urdu, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Marathi, Mizo, Nepali, Oriya, Assamese, Gujarati, Kanada, Khasi, Malayalam, Bangla, Manipuri, Tamil, Telugu, Tibetan & Garo Languages. 

You can read the expert’s tips to prepare CTET at the last minute. Follow the guidelines to ace the CTET 2023 Exam with flying colors.

Central Teacher Eligibility Test is going to conducted on 20 August 2023. We hope your preparations are going well, and you must have completed all the syllabi. Only a few hours are left before the exam, and aspirants are busy revising everything they have studied. As the time approaches, anxiety in all the aspirants is climbing high. Confusion is rolling all over. What did I miss?  What else is there to learn? What are the important topics and all the previous year’s questions? Which topic is easily scoring? Did I print my admit card? All these thoughts must be puzzling your mind. Here we are sharing some last-minute tips that will help boost your score in the Central Teacher Eligibility Test in December 2023.

CTET 2023 Important Points:

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

CTET 2023 Examination Schedule

Aspirants must know their CTET Examination schedule to avoid the last-minute rush. Here we are providing the CTET 2023 Examination Schedule in a tabular form. Aspirants can check the table below.

Events Paper 1 Paper 2
Entry into the Examination Centre 7:30 AM 12:30 PM
Checking of Admit Cards 9:00 AM to 9:15 AM 2:00 PM to 2:15 PM
Distribution of Computer 9:15 AM 2:15 PM
Last Entry in the Examination Centre 9:30 AM 2:30 PM
Test Commences 9:30 AM 2:30 PM

Last-Minute Tips to Crack CTET 2023

These last-minute tips are very important to achieve a good score in CTET Paper -I & Paper II.

1. Structure of Exam

  • Complete knowledge of exam patterns & syllabus is very important to crack CTET.
  • Study in an exam-oriented way and also revise all the important topics.
  • Check the detailed CTET Syllabus & Exam Pattern to properly understand the exam.

2. Attempt All Questions

  • There is no negative marking in the Central Teacher Eligibility Test, so don’t leave any questions blank on the exam.
  • Read all the questions carefully & properly.
  • Practice with CTET Mock Test a few days before appearing in the exam. Candidates might struggle to attempt the CTET offline, so you need to practice more and more in attempting the mock test.

3. Exam Qualifying Marks

  • CTET is just qualifying in nature, but we advise you not to take this examination lightly because a good score in this exam will bring you one step closer to success.
  • Knowledge about the qualifying percentage & marks of CTET is very important for all those candidates.
  • Candidates can check CTET 2023 Qualifying Criteria from here.

4. Time Management

  • Good time management is the key to success in any exam.
  • Fix the time for each section and attempt within the time constraint allotted for the section.
  • Try to maintain a good level of speed from the beginning of the exam.
  • Save at least 15 to 20 minutes to revisit your attempt and questions.

5. Maintain Confidence

  • To maintain your confidence level, do some light exercises, and play any games you like.
  • If you are confident about your success, you will surely achieve it.
  • If your energy level is balanced, you feel highly confident, which will help you handle exam pressure better.

6. Do’s and Don’ts during the Exam:

  • Don’t devote too much time to a single question.
  • Don’t lose your calm.
  • Do not panic during the exam if you encounter a difficult question.
  • Don’t be in a hurry while answering a question.
  • Don’t leave any questions blank in the exam.
  • Don’t forget to take your Admit card, photo ID proof and 1 blue or black pen.
  • Do read all the questions properly.
  • Do relax and stay calm.
  • Do attempt only those questions first that you are sure about.
Important CTET Links:
CTET Notification 2023 CTET Study Material
CTET Syllabus 2023 CTET Exam Pattern 2023
CTET Previous Year Practice Papers CTET 2023
CTET Books 2023 CTET Preparation Tips 2023

All the Best!!!

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