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Thursday, 24 September 2015

CTET €“SEPT 2015 Question Paper €“II Analysis & Cut off Marks Sep 20th 2015

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CTET September 2015 Exam Analysis/ Reviews

Students if you are looking for information related to CTET exam that was held on past Sunday 20th September 2015 then you are on right place. CBSE had organised an exam which for those aspirants who want to gain a teaching designation on government pay scale. A crowd of student marked their presence on this exam and this exam was held successfully. Through some reports its time to focus on some of key points for this national level test. As CTET exam is over now, we are providing information on CTET September 2015 Exam Analysis/Reviews. It will be helpful for those aspirants who are planning to appear for this exam on upcoming event.


CTET Exam 2015 Analysis

CTET Exam 2015 Analysis depends on data and queries that had reportedly happened during CTET September 2015 exam This exam include two sections. Paper I which is meant for those aspirants who want to teach for primary level classes that is class 1 to 5 and for Paper II that is for secondary level teacher (class 6 to 8). Aspirants had given a choice to be appeared for both these papers. Firstly Paper II had conducted on morning shift and time duration set for this paper is 2:30 hours. Secondly paper I is organized by CBSE which was conducted on afternoon session that is from 2:00 pm to 4:30 pm (2:30) hours. CTET paper II is difficulty level is examined as moderate level. According to exam experts some had mentioned earlier that some questions will be same as previous year questions.

CTET Exam Pattern & Syllabus 2015 Solved Question Paper

Paper one was divided on five subjects. 30 marks awarded for each section making it a total of 150 marks question paper. For students that belongs from  Hindi medium found English section little bit difficult. Rest of paper falls under moderate level. Mathematics section questions were same as previous year papers, just with a difference of change in digits. So candidates who had focused on solving out previous year papers and model papers gained a big advantage.  A big relaxation for applicants is that there was no negative marking set by CBSE for CTET 2015 exam. So students, had tried to attempted questions  as many as possible. It is expected that CBSE will be judging students on qualifying criteria of 70%


CTET 2015 Exam 20th September Paper Analysis, Expected Cutoff and Questions Asked

All the questions in CTET–SEPT 2015 Paper–II were multiple Choice Questions (MCQs), each carrying one mark, with four alternatives out of which one answer was correct. There was no negative marking in the paper. The questions in the test for Paper II was  based on the topics prescribed in syllabus of the NCERT for classes VI – VIII but their difficulty standard as well as linkages. Paper – II (for Classes VI to VIII) Elementary Stage: Duration of examination Two and a half hours.
Section No. Subjects No. of Questions Maximum Marks Time Limit
I
Child Development and Pedagogy 30 30
150 Minutes
II
Mathematics & Science 60 60
III
Social Studies & Social Science 60 60
IV
Language - I 30 30
V
Language - II 30 30
Note: The teacher can choose either of a subject section Mathematics & Science or Social Studies & Social Science from the paper. Child Development and Pedagogy: The test items on Child Development and Pedagogy was focused on educational psychology of teaching and learning, relevant to the age group of 11–14 years. They were focus on understanding the characteristics, needs and psychology of diverse learners. Questions were based on interaction with learners, attributes and qualities of a good facilitator.
Sl. No.
Topics
No of Questions
Level of difficulty
1 Child Development
15
Easy to medium
2 Concept of Inclusive education and understanding children with special needs
5
Medium to difficult
3 Learning and Pedagogy
10
Easy to Medium
Mathematics & Science The Test items in Mathematics were focus on the concepts, problem solving abilities and pedagogical understanding of the subjects. The test items were evenly distributed over different divisions of the syllabus of that subject as prescribed for classes VI – VIII by the NCERT. Mathematics
Sl. No.
Topics
No of Questions
Level of difficulty
1 Geometry 3 Easy to Moderate
2 Number System 8 Moderate
3 Data Handling 1 Moderate
4 Arithmetic 2 Medium to difficult
5 Algebra 3 Easy to Moderate
6 Mensuration 2 Moderate
7 Probability 1 Difficult
8 Pedagogical Issues 10 Moderate to difficult
Science Science section of this question paper was on expected lines. There was nothing to be surprised hence any candidate who had a focused approach could easily solve the paper. The questions were very basic in nature and again reflected the need of basic books of NCERT & NBT. Further break up & analysis can see through the following table.
Sl. No.
Topics
No of Questions
Level of difficulty
1 Food 0 -
2 Materials 1 Easy
3 The World of the Living 9 Moderate
4 Moving Things People and Ideas 0 -
5 Electric current and circuits 1 Easy
6 Magnets 1 Easy
7 Natural Phenomena 8 Moderate
8 Natural Resources 0 -
9 Pedagogical Issues 10 Moderate to difficult
Social Studies & Social Science The Test items in Social Studies/Social Science were focus on the concepts, problem solving abilities and pedagogical understanding of the subjects. The test items were be evenly distributed over different divisions of the syllabus of that subject as prescribed for classes VI – VIII by the NCERT
Sl. No.
Topics
No of Questions
Level of difficulty
1 History 10 Difficult
2 Geography 14 Moderate to difficult
3 Social and Political Life 16 Easy to moderate
4 Pedagogical Issues 20 Moderate
Language – I: English The Test items in Language I was focused on the proficiencies related to the medium of language learning. The questions were based on Grammar, Inference & Verbal ability.
Sl. No.
Topics
No of Questions
Level of difficulty
1 Reading Comprehension 5 Moderate
2 Inference 4 Medium to difficult
3 Grammar 4 Easy to moderate
4 Verbal Ability 2 Medium
5 Pedagogy of Language Development 15 Medium to difficult
Language – I: Hindi The Test items in Language I was focus on the proficiencies related to the medium of language learning & understanding of comprehension.
Sl. No.
Topics
No of Questions
Level of difficulty
1 Reading Comprehension 8 Moderate
2 Inference 4 Moderate
3 Grammar 3 Easy to moderate
4 Verbal Ability 0 ---
5 Pedagogy of Language Development 15 Moderate to difficult
Language – II: English The Test items in language II was focus on the elements of language, communication and comprehension abilities. Again, major emphasis was laid on inference and basic understanding.
Sl. No.
Topics
No of Questions
Level of difficulty
1 Reading Comprehension 4 Moderate
2 Inference 5 Medium to Difficult
3 Grammar 2 Moderate
4 Verbal Ability 4 Moderate
5 Pedagogy of Language Development 15 Medium to difficult
Language – II: Hindi The Test items in language II was focus on the elements of language, communication and comprehension abilities and basic understanding.
Sl. No.
Topics
No of Questions
Level of difficulty
1 Reading Comprehension 4 easy
2 Inference 6 moderate
3 Grammar 4 Easy to moderate
4 Verbal Ability 1 easy
5 Pedagogy of Language Development 15 Moderate to tuff
Language II was a language other than Language I. A candidate may choose any one language as Language I and other as Language II from the available language options and was be required to specify the same. The qualifying marks in this paper are 60% i.e. 90 marks out of 150 marks to get the certificate of CTET.

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