CTET 2023 exam analysis for January 10; Know shift wise paper analysis

CBSE conducted day 4 of the CTET 2023 exam today. January 10. As per the CTET exam analysis 2023, the difficulty level of the paper was moderate.


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Prabakaran K | January 10, 2023 | 05:04 PM IST

New Delhi: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted the 4th day of the CTET 2023 exam today, January 10. According to the CTET 2023 exam analysis, the exam was moderate in difficulty level. Candidates can also check the CTET 2023 memory-based question here.

Candidates who appeared in the CTET 2022-23 exam did not face any technical glitches during the exam. It is important to know the CTET exam analysis 2023 to get an overall idea about the exam. Candidates can check the detailed CTET 2023 paper analysis below.

CTET 2023 exam analysis: Paper 1 (January 10)

In the English language, 10 questions were asked from one passage, 10 questions from a poem, and 10 questions from general English. Similarly, in the Hindi language, there were two passages consisting of 10 questions from each passage i.e. a total of 20 questions and 10 were from the general Hindi language.

The rest of the sections in the CTET 2023 exam are Child Development and Pedagogy, EVS, and Mathematics consisting of 30 questions each. In CDP and EVS questions were easy and mathematics was easy to moderate in difficulty level. The expected total number of good attempts is between 110 to 125.

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CTET exam analysis 2023: Paper 2 (January 10)

As per the CTET 2023 exam analysis based on the candidate’s feedback, the paper was moderately difficult. None of the questions was out of the box and most of the questions were from the CTET 2023 syllabus. The questions on Child Development & Pedagogy were tricky. The expected total number of good attempts is 115+.

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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


Qualifying marks

Qualifying percentage


90 out of 150



82.5 out of 150


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About CTET 2022-23

CTET 2022 exam is being conducted from December 28 on multiple dates in an online computer-based mode at 211 cities across the country. The CTET exam 2023 will be conducted in two shifts in two shifts every day. The month-long CTET 2023 exam will end on February 6, 2023.

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