CTET Exam Analysis 2021 | Exam Review | Difficulty Level | Cut Off

CTET Exam Analysis 2021 | Exam Review | Difficulty Level | Cut Off – CBSE has successfully conducted The Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) Paper 1 today in online mode. Candidates can now examine ctet analysis and detailed subject-wise review. Thus, in this article, we covered detailed analysis of CTET Paper 1 including all the five subjects – English language, Hindi language, environmental studies, mathematics and child development and pedagogy. In addition, you can get information about difficulty level, good efforts, questions asked, CTET qualification marks and CTET pass marks. CTET qualifying marks are 90 marks for general category and 82 marks for OBC/SC/ST category.

CTET Exam Analysis 2021 | Exam Review | Difficulty Level | Cut Off

CTET Exam Analysis 2021 | Exam Review | Difficulty Level | Cut Off

Organization Name Central Board of Secondary Education
Name Of The Exam Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) 2021
Category Exam Analysis
Exam Date 16th December 2021 To 13th January 2022
Official Site www.ctet.nic.in

Exam Pattern

Name of the Subject Number of Questions Marks Duration of Exam
Child Development & Pedagogy 30 30 150 Minutes
Mathematics 30 30
Environment Studies 30 30
Language 1 30 30
Language 2 30 30
Total 150 150

Overall CTET Exam Analysis for Paper 1

Subject Name Total Question Asked Difficulty Level
Child Development & Pedagogy 30 Easy
Language I (Hindi) 30 Easy
Language II (English or Sanskrit or Urdu) 30 Easy
Mathematics 30 Easy
Environmental Studies 30 Easy
Good Attempt 120-125 Overall Easy

Subject Wise CTET Exam Analysis 2021:

Now, the first shift of ctet exam was over at 12:00 hrs. According to the student review, the overall examination is easy to moderate in nature. In the following section, you will get detailed subject-wise analysis of CTET Exam 2021 Paper-I as well as the number of questions asked from the subjects asked and each subject. Let us take a look at the subject-wise CTET examination analysis in detail.

CTET Exam Analysis Of Child Development & Pedagogy

  • The child development and pedagogy section was easier than last year’s exam.
  • The CDP section was long. More than 10 questions were asked from the subject learning theory.
  • Child development was the scoring subject of this exam as most of the questions in both the papers were easy.
Topic Questions Asked
NCF 2005 3
Piaget Stages 2-3
Intelligence Test 3-4
Intelligence 1-2
Kohlberg Theory 2-4
Growth and Development 2-3
Vygotsky ZPD 1-2
Achievement Test 1-2
Assessment and Evaluation 1-2
Gardner Theory 1-2
Inclusive Education 1-2
Behaviourism (Classical and Operant Conditioning) 1-2
Motivation 2
Portfolio 1
New Education Policy 1
Heredity & Environment 1
Good Attempt 25-26

CTET Exam Analysis Of English [Language 1]

  • The English language was almost the same as last year’s exam.
  • Most of the questions in this regard were asked from basic grammar and vocabulary subjects.
  • No question was asked from the Linguistics Section.
  • There is no route in the language section.
Topic Questions Asked
Reading Comprehension (on use of electronic gadgets) 5-6
Poem 5-6
English Pedagogy 15
Synonym (Demonstrate) 1
Figure of Speech 2
Good Attempt 27-28

CTET Exam Analysis Of Hindi  [Language 2]

  • Like last year’s exam, Hindi language was comparatively moderate.
  • Most of the questions were asked from the grammar section.
  • A passage is asked in the examination.
  • There were very few questions from the linguistics section.
  • No poetry was asked in the examination.
Topic Questions Asked
Reading Comprehension Two passage 15
Pedagogy 15
Good Attempt 27-28

CTET Exam Analysis Of Mathematics

  • Like last year’s exam, Hindi language was comparatively moderate.
  • Most of the questions were asked from the grammar section.
  • A passage is asked in the examination.
  • There were very few questions from the linguistics section.
  • No poetry was asked in the examination.
Topic Questions Asked
Mathematical Defects 1-2
Number System 1-2
Mensuration 3-4
HCF & LCM 3-4
Maths Pedagogy 2-3
Distance 1
Good Attmept 24-25

CTET Exam Analysis Of EVS

  • The EVS segment was the same as last year. In this section, most of the questions were asked from the basic environment and civics question.
  • The EVS section was easy in nature as a whole.
  • Students say there were simple and direct questions in this section.
Topic Questions Asked
Animal (Sloth) 3-4
Map (Direction) 1
Houses (Bamboo & Mud) 1
Seeds 1
Union Territory (J & K) 1
6 Themes EVS 1-2
maps 1
Diseases (Malaria) 2
Gregor Mandel (Nobel) 1
Madhubani Painting 1
Nature and Nutrition 1
Soil 1
Onion Root 1
Good Attempt 25-26

CTET 2021 Qualifying Marks

The qualifying marks are 60% for the general category(90 marks), 55% for OBC/SC/ST category (82 marks). Candidates can check the passing marks for the CTET 2021 exam Below:

Category % of Marks Passing Marks (Out of 150)
General 60 90
OBC/SC/ST 55 82

CTET Cutoff 2021 (Expected)

Category Cutoff
General 87-90
OBC 82-87
SC 78-83
ST 78-83

CTET 2021 Cut Off Stages

CTET is a one-day examination and is divided into two parts which are paper I and paper-II. Both papers are mandatory and have to be given one day after another.

  • PAPER-I: This is MCQ based paper with 150 as total marks. 2.5 hrs is allotted for this paper and questions are from Child Development and Pedagogy, Mathematics, Environmental Studies, and two compulsory languages. 1 mark is given for every correct answer and there is no negative marking.
  • PAPER-II: This is also MCQ based paper with 150 as total marks. 2.5 hrs is allotted for this paper and questions are from Child Development and Pedagogy, Mathematics, Environmental Studies, Social Studies, and two compulsory languages. 1 Marks are given for every correct answer and there is no negative marking.

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