"The Tamil Nadu Teachers Recruitment Board will be conducting the TNTET exam 2022 Paper-1 from 10th September to 15th September 2022 for eligible candidates in Tamil Nadu for appointment as Teachers."
TNTET 2022 Exam: The Tamil Nadu Teachers Recruitment Board will be conducting the TNTET 2022 exam Paper-1 from 10 September to 15 September 2022 for eligible candidates in Tamil Nadu for appointment as Teachers. The last date to apply online for the Tamil Nadu Teacher Eligibility Test (TNTET 2022 exam) was 26 April 2022.
TNTET 2022 Exam Last-Minute Tips
- Revise the syllabus, Check exam pattern and exam schedule
Candidates should review the syllabus, previous years’ cut-off marks, exam pattern, exam schedule, shift timings, etc., to ace their preparation and be calm. Two papers (Paper-I and Paper-II) will have multiple choice questions. The duration of the examination will be 2 hours and 30 minutes. The question paper shall be bilingual.
- Practice previous years’ question papers
Do not take up new topics. Candidates should solve as many previous years’ question papers as possible. Focus on revising all important concepts, theories, formulas, important static GK and current affairs, etc. Utilize the day before the exam to strengthen your strong areas, speed, and accuracy. Set up a timer of 2 hours 30 minutes and solve papers to gauge your solving skills.
- There will be no negative marking. Achieve Qualifying Marks
There will be no negative marking. All questions will be Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs), each carrying one mark, with four alternatives, out of which one answer will be correct. Candidates must fully satisfy themselves with the accuracy of the answer before darkening the appropriate circle on the OMR answer sheet. Candidates are supposed to achieve qualifying marks in TNTET 2022 exam.
- Check Section-wise important topics
Candidates should focus on the revision of important topics. They should also focus on the breakup of marks allotted to each subject. The content section carries more weightage than the pedagogy. However, one should still prepare the pedagogy section thoroughly. Candidates should not dive deep into topics they encounter while revising the important topics. Try to stick to what you have learned and avoid taking up new topics.
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