Examining the CTET 2023 results from January 13th; Learn what the minimum passing grade is.

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The seventh day of the CTET 2022-23 exam was held today, January 13, by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), with locations in 211 cities. According to student feedback, the general difficulty level of the CTET 2023 examination was moderate, and there were no technical or other issues reported. Most topics were covered in all topics, with some saying Mathematics was more challenging due to its time-consuming nature and English was moderately difficult.

CTET exam analysis 2023 for January 13 (paper 1)

SectionDifficulty LevelGood attempts
Child Development & PedagogyEasy to moderate24-25
MathematicsModerate27-28
Environment StudiesEasy to moderate23-24
Language 1Easy to moderate27-28
Language 2Easy to moderate27-28
OverallModerate115 to 122 / 150

CTET exam analysis 2023 for January 13 (paper 2)

SectionDifficulty LevelGood attempts
Child Development & PedagogyEasy to moderate24-25
Mathematics / ScienceModerate23-24
Social Studies/ Social ScienceEasy to moderate22-23
Language 1Moderate25-27
Language 2Easy to moderate26-28
OverallModerate118 to 122 / 150

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will be conducting the CTET 2023 exam on multiple dates ranging from December 28, 2022 to February 7, 2023 in a computer-based online format. The exam will be held in two shifts: Paper 1 (9:30 AM to 12:00 PM) and Paper 2 (2:30 PM to 5:00 PM). The CTET 2023 admit card will be accessible two days prior to the exam date on the official website, ctet.nic.in. Candidates must bring a printed copy of the CTET 2023 admit card along with a valid and original photo identity proof to the exam centre.

Mayank Tewari

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