CTET 2018 will be held on December 9. Students must note that the exam will comprise of two papers, Paper 1 and Paper 2. All those who have applied for the Primary level, will have to appear for Paper 1, while Paper 2 would be taken up by those who want to go for Upper primary level.
Students are advised to go through previous year question papers. Also, candidates can also consider solving CTET Mock Tests Series provided by Aglasem for all subjects in Hindi and English language. The Mock Test series are available free of cost.
Also, Lucknow and Gorakhpur candidates must make sure that they reach the exam venue before time as President Ramnath Kovind is scheduled to visit the state, which might cause traffic congestion and diversions. In order to avoid inconvenience, students from both the aforementioned cities should reach prior to their exam timings, a leading daily reported.
The CTET will release the answer key 2018 on the official website, once the exam is over. The cutoff of CTET 2018 is 60 per cent. Furthermore, students will need to score 60 per cent marks or more in order to qualify the CTET eligibility.
The result of the CTET 2018 exam would be announced by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), the date for which is not out yet.