Previous year papers & exam pattern for CTET


CTET is one of the most aspiring exams and the only way to become teacher at Junior and elementary levels. This is the minimum type of qualification for the people who want to teach in any government, private or public schools. The candidates need a proper planned strategy to crack this exam. A good planning leads you to completing the syllabus on time and therefore easily qualifying for this exam. You can check out our previous blog for CTET exam tips. In this blog we will talk about the previous year papers and exam pattern for CTET.

The exam of CTET Is conducted at two levels in a single in separate sessions. There are total of 2935 exam centers for seated. You get two and a half hour to complete the paper. The candidates who successfully pass this exam are recruited among different private or state government schools.

Exam pattern of CTET

  • The CTET 2022 exam is to be held online.
  • You get the question paper into languages that is Hindi and English carrying Multiple choice questions.
  • Both the papers carries 150 marks each.
  • There are a total of 150 MCQs carrying 150 marks and there is no negative marking.

This examination is conducted at two levels, The level one is for the candidate who want to become teacher for classes 1 to 5 and the level to this conducted for the candidate who wants to teach classes 6 to 8.

Previous year papers

The aspirants can download CTET previous year papers through the link given below. Solving the previous year papers helps the students in a lot of ways to crack the exam you get the idea of difficulty level, nature of questions that are going to be asked in exam. Practicing the previous year papers gives you an analysis of the repeated questions in CTET exam. You must have to solve at least 10 to 15 previous year papers so that you can crack your exam easily.



Benefits of solving previous year papers

There are a lot of benefits for solving previous years paper and these benefits are just not only for CTET, solving papers gives you an advantage over every type of exam whether it’s your board’s exam, government exams, any type of exam.


  1. It helps you to understand the exact exam pattern of the CTET exam.
  2. Gives you an idea of the questions that are coming repeatedly.
  3. Understanding the topic wise distribution of questions.
  4. Most importantly makes the habit of solving questions in given period of time.
  5. Also helps you to know the difficulty level of questions.


What is the best time to solve previous year question papers and how to solve them?


The best time for solving the previous year papers is when you are done with your complete syllabus you have revised everything. Make sure that you have completed your syllabus at least before 15 to 20 days of exam so that you get time to revise and solve the papers.

Now comes how to solve the paper. First of all keep us stopwatch with you that let’s you know about the time you are taking to solve each question, get some print outs of OMR sheets and also the question paper. Now set your clock as per the time that you will be given in your exam and start attempting the questions one by one. After the time is over check the answers from your OMR sheet and analyse your mistakes. You can also maintain a mistake book where you are writing all the mistakes that you are doing and review them everyday so that you remember not to do that mistakes again.

Repeat the process of solving the paper in a particular duration of time and review your mistakes these practice will help you to solve the paper before time thus helping you to crack this exam.

We have already uploaded us full details syllabus blog that you can check out on your website in the CTET section.



So this was all about the exam pattern and details of previous year papers for CTET. You should definitely follow some preparation tips that we have already posted on our website. We, The India result wish you all the best for this examination and you can check out our website for different types of notifications released for different government job vacancies like Banking, Railways, Army, Police and other various sectors.

Also Read: CTET exam preparation



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