Examining the CTET 2022 test on January 9; Becoming aware of the level of difficulty and topics covered in the paper.

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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) closed day 3 of the CTET test for the December 2022 session on January 9. The CTET 2022 examination is taking place online in 211 cities on multiple dates from December 28, 2022 to February 6, 2023. According to the CTET exam analysis 2022, the difficulty for both paper 1 and paper 2 was average.

CTET 2022 exam analysis for paper 1 (January 9)

The CTET paper analysis 2022 has been compiled based on the opinion of the test-takers who took the exam today. According to the CTET 2022 paper analysis, the overall difficulty level of paper 1 was easy to moderate. Aspirants who are planning to take the upcoming CTET exam can look through the CTET exam analysis 2022 and the questions which were asked in each topic.

CTET exam analysis 2022 paper 1

SectionGood attemptsDifficulty level
Child Development & Pedagogy24-25Easy
Mathematics27-28Easy to Moderate
Environment Studies23-24Easy
Language I27-28Easy
Language II27-28Easy to Moderate
Overall115-120Easy to Moderate

CTET 2022 paper analysis paper 2

SectionGood attemptsDifficulty Level
Language 126-28Easy
Language 226-28Easy to Moderate
Child Development and Pedagogy24-25Easy
Mathematics / Science23-24Moderate
Social Studies/ Social Science24-25Easy to Moderate
Overall110-120Moderate

CTET 2022 question asked from Child Development & Pedagogy: Vygotsky – Scaffolding, Piaget Stages, Growth and Stages of Development, Inclusive Education – Dyslexia, Kohlberg, Chomsky -Learning accusation, LAD, Learning, Assertion and Reasoning, NCF 2005, Howard Gardner, Basic Education, NEP 2020, Multilingualism, and PYQ.

CTET 2022 question asked from the English Language:

  • Reading Comprehension – One Passage and antonyms & synonyms
  • Poem – One Poem
  • English Pedagogy – National initiative for proficiency in reading with understanding and numeracy, Assessment, Grammar Translation Method, NEP 2020, NCF 2005, Phoneme, Classroom Teaching Method.

CTET 2022 questions asked from Mathematics: Unit and Measurement, Based on PYQ, Geometry- Complementary Angle, Line of Symmetry – Rectangle, Fractions, Number Series, Place Value, Reciprocal, Area & Perimeter, Blood Relations, Unit Conversion, Symmetry Lines, Time and Distance, Pattern, Pedagogy -Top Down Approach, and Van Hiele.

CTET 2022 question asked from EVS: Maps– Golconda Fort, Bird wings function, Near by State of Arabian Sea, Worli Maharastra, Dance Form Manipur, Folk Dance of Rajasthan, Food in Mumbai, Map – Bay of Bengal, Ganga Yojna, Dance of Mizoram and Gujrat, When will elephant leave their group, Sleeping Time, which animal laying Egg, Madhubani Painting, Nipun Baharat Full Form, Language of Mizoram, Eye Defect, and Pedagogy.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will be administering the remaining part of the Common Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) across different dates in 2023, starting from January 10 until February 6. The admit cards for the exam can be downloaded two days prior to the exam, from the CBSE website.

Mayank Tewari

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