CTET exam analysis 2022 for January 9; Know paper difficulty level, topics

CBSE has concluded day 3 of the CTET exam 2022 today, January 9. Candidates can check the CTET 2022 exam analysis, good attempts, difficulty level here.

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Vishnukumar | January 9, 2023 | 05:00 PM IST

NEW DELHI: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has concluded day 3 of the CTET exam 2022 for the December 2022 session today, January 9. The CTET 2022 exam is being conducted in online in across 211 cities on multiple dates from December 28, 2022 to February 6, 2023. According to the CTET exam analysis 2022, the overall difficulty level for paper 1 and paper 2 was moderate.

CTET 2022 exam analysis for paper 1 (January 9)

The CTET paper analysis 2022 has been prepared based on the candidates' feedback who appeared in the examination today. As per the CTET 2022 paper analysis, the overall difficulty level of paper 1 is easy to moderate. Candidates who are going to appear for the upcoming CTET exam can check here the CTET exam analysis 2022 and the question asked in which topics.

CTET exam analysis 2022 paper 1

Section

Good attempts

Difficulty level

Child Development & Pedagogy

24-25

Easy

Mathematics

27-28

Easy to Moderate

Environment Studies

23-24

Easy

Language I

27-28

Easy

Language II

27-28

Easy to Moderate

Overall

115-120

Easy to Moderate

CTET 2022 paper analysis paper 2

Section

Good attempts

Difficulty Level

Language 1

26-28

Easy

Language 2

26-28

Easy to Moderate

Child Development and Pedagogy

24-25

Easy

Mathematics / Science

23-24

Moderate

Social Studies/ Social Science

24-25

Easy to Moderate

Overall

110-120

Moderate

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.

CBSE will conduct the rest of the CTET exam for paper 1 and paper 2 on January 10 to 13, January 17 to 20, January 23 to 25, January 27 to 30 and February 1 to 4 and 5 to 6, 2023. Candidates will be able to download the CTET admit card 2023 two days before the CTET exam on the official website.

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