Analyzing the CTET 2023 exam that was held on January 10; Gaining insight into the paper's difficulty level for each shift.

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The fourth day of the Central Board of Secondary Education’s (CBSE) CTET 2023 exam was held today, January 10. According to the exam analysis, the test was of moderate difficulty. Test takers can review the memory-based questions for the CTET 2023 exam here. There were no technical issues reported during the exam and it is essential to have a comprehensive understanding of the CTET 2023 paper analysis. A detailed analysis of the exam can be found below.

CTET 2023 exam analysis: Paper 1 (January 10)

For English, 10 questions were posed from a passage, a poem, and general English, while for Hindi, there were two passages with 10 questions each for a total of 20 questions, as well as 10 from general Hindi.

The CTET 2023 exam consists of three sections: Child Development and Pedagogy, Environmental Studies, and Mathematics, which each have 30 questions. The questions in CDP and EVS were straightforward while Mathematics was of moderate difficulty. A good attempt is expected to be between 110 to 125.

CTET exam analysis 2023: Paper 2 (January 10)

Candidates who have taken the CTET 2023 exam have reported that it was of a moderate difficulty. Most of the questions were from the designated syllabus and the Child Development & Pedagogy section was more challenging. It is estimated that 115+ were the successful attempts.

CTET 2023 questions 2023 (memory-based): Piaget, Vygotsky, Dyslexia, Lens, ADHD, NCF 2005, Growth and Development, Sensory Motor Stage, LAD, Varanasi Embroidery, D & D Craft, Assam – Bamboo, Passage (English) related to a dead body (10 questions), Train (Duration), CEE, Vygotsky – Culture, Symbol, Peacock, Assessment and learning, Kohlerberg, South India Fair, 6 J Vehicle, Lakshadweep Dance, Gadyansh, BODMAS, HCF, Van Hille, Sawan Ke Mausam (Poem), Visheshan, Sum of all exterior angle, South American, CCF and more.

CTET qualifying marks 2022-23

CategoryQualifying marksQualifying percentage
General90 out of 15060%
OBC / SC / ST82.5 out of 15055%

About CTET 2022-23

CTET 2022 will be administered online via computer from December 28 until February 6, 2023 and will be accessible in 211 cities across the nation. The exam will be conducted in two shifts daily throughout the month-long period.

Mayank Tewari

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