CTET Admit Card 2022 Released

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CTET Admit Card 2022 Released

CTET Admit Card 2022 Released

The CTET Admit card 2022, was made available on the CBSE CTET website at ctet.nic.in by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). With the help of their application number and date of birth, applicants can access their CTET Admit Card 2022 for download.

However, the exact exam dates have not yet been announced by CBSE. CTET assessment will be directed from December 2022 to January 2023 in CBT mode. The examination will be conducted in two shifts: the first shift will run from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., and the second shift will run from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

How to Get Your CTET Admit Card 2022:

  1. Go to ctet.nic.in, the official website.
  2. Select the link labeled “Download Pre Admit Card for CTET Dec 22.”
  3. Presently Enter your application number and date of birth.
  4. The pre-admit card can be downloaded by clicking Submit.

There are two papers for the CTET exam. Paper I is for people who want to teach classes I through V, and Paper II is for people who want to teach classes VI through VIII. A candidate must take both papers (Paper I and Paper II) if they want to teach at both levels—classes I through V and classes VI through VIII.

All CTET questions will be Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs), each with four options out of which one is the best choice. Each gets one point, and there won’t be any negative points.

For all categories, the CTET certificate has a lifetime validity period. The examination can be attempted multiple times. The number of attempts a person can make to earn a CTET Certificate is unlimited. A candidate who has passed the CTET may also try again to raise their score.

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