CTET.in Announces Practice Test Series for CTET Feb. 2014 Exam

CTET.in announces Practice Test Series for both papers of CTET Feb. 16, 2014 Exam. The practice test series is available in both online and paper-based formats.

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In order to support CTET 2014 aspirants to prepare and pass the exam, CTET.in has launched practice test series along with a Free Diagnostic test. The practice test series is developed by CTET experts and is based on the latest pattern of the exam.

New Delhi, India (PRWEB) October 27, 2013

CTET.in has launched online and paper-based CTET Practice Test Series for upcoming Feb. 2014 exam. It is available for both the papers and is currently available with English and Hindi as choice of languages.

CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test) is an exam conducted by CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) for anyone who aspires to be a teacher for Class I to VIII. CTET was launched in 2011 by National Council of Teacher Education (NCTE) and is minimum requirement for anyone who wants to teach in CBSE affiliated schools. The next exam will be conducted on Feb. 16, 2014 and Oct. 31 is the last date for submitting applications for it.

Over nine lakh people registered for the previous edition of CTET exam and only 11 percent of them cleared the exam. Considering the importance of this exam and looking at the pass percentage of earlier versions, it is evident that a serious candidate must choose the right approach to prepare for the exam.

In order to support CTET 2014 aspirants to prepare and pass the exam, CTET.in has launched practice test series along with a free diagnostic test. The practice test series is developed by CTET experts and is based on the latest pattern of the exam. It consists of 10 full-length practice tests and is available in both online and paper-based formats.

The schedule for the upcoming CTET exam has changed. This time Paper I will happen in the evening while Paper II will happen in the morning. The duration for both the papers will be 150 minutes.

About CTET.in

CTET.in aims to assist aspirants of CTET exam prepare and pass the exam. Driven by a team of CTET experts, CTET.in will ensure that India gets the teachers it deserves. Through its CTET blog, it aims to uncover various facets of CTET exam by sharing the learning and experience of other experts and influencers such as renowned teachers.

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