CTET 17th January 2022 Exam Analysis: If you have also given the CTET exam which was completed on 17th January, then definitely check the exam analysis, although there is still one exam to be held on 21st January. CTET Exam Paper 1 & Paper 2 Analysis Available…
CTET 17th January 2022 Exam Analysis:
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) had announced to conduct the CTET exam online as a computer based test from December 16, 2021 to January 13, 2022.
However, the exam is scheduled to be held in the second shift on December 16 and the exam to be conducted in both the shifts on December 17 was postponed due to a technical snag. Due to which one exam was completed on 17th, while the other is to be held on 21st January, 2022.
The exam was conducted for the 15th edition of CBSE Central Teacher Eligibility Test. The CTET 2022-21 exam was conducted in two levels – Primary Level (for classes 1 to 5) and Elementary Level (for classes 6 to 8).
Know the level of the paper held on 17th
This is the first time that the CTET exam is being conducted in online mode. CTET Exam Analysis 2021 is now available for Paper 1 and Paper 2.
As per the response of the candidates, Paper 1 was Easy to Moderate while Paper 2 was Moderate to Difficult. Candidates were able to easily solve more than 110 questions in Paper 1 and around 100 questions in Paper 2.
We have shared here the exam analysis and review of CTET 2021 exam based on the responses of the students. Candidates who are yet to appear for the exam must check the section wise difficulty level and review.
Overall, the CTET 2021 exam was conducted as Computer Based Test (CBT) in online mode from December 16, 2021 to January 13, 2022. However, the day the examinations were postponed due to technical glitches, it was decided to conduct them on January 17 and January 21.
|CTET Exam Date||CTET Paper II||CTET Paper I|
|17 January 2022||9:30 am to 12:00 pm||2:30 pm to 5 pm|
CTET Exam Analysis for Paper 2 Shift-1 17th January 2022
|subject name||Total Questions Asked||difficulty level||Attempts|
|Child Development and Pedagogy||30||Moderate||23-24|
|Language I (Hindi)||30||easy to moderate||24-25|
|Language II (English or Sanskrit or Urdu)||30||easy to moderate||24-25|
|Attempts||Moderate to Difficult||100-105|
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is conducting the exam in two shifts each day in more than 215 CTET exam centers across India.