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CTET 2019 (7th July): 14 Lakh appeared for Exam, Know their feedback here!

CTET 2019 Paper 1 & Paper 2 took place on 7th July across 97 cities in India. Know what candidates have to say about CTET July exam difficulty level and questions asked! Over 14 lakh candidates appeared out of 20,84,147 registered candidates.

Jul 9, 2019 17:09 IST
CTET 2019

CTET 2019 (Central Teacher Eligibility Test 2019) took place on July 7, 2019. This 12th edition of the CTET exam was conducted in 104 cities across the country. A record 14 lakh candidates appeared for the exam out of more than 20 lakhs registered candidates. This is the highest participation ever, 67 percent attendance, that the CBSE has experienced for the CTET exam in recent years. The CTET 2019 Result will soon be declared by the CBSE in August 2019. As per the previous trends, the CBSE generally releases the CTET Result within six weeks from the date of the examination. The candidates who qualify the CTET 2019 July exam after scoring the CTET Cut off 2019 will be awarded with the CTET Scorecard and CTET Certificate.

As soon as the candidates came out of the examination hall, they shared their feedback about the difficulty level of the CTET 2019 exam. Some felt that the CTET 2019 paper was easy; while some felt it was Moderate to Difficult. Click the below mentioned link to know how actually was the CTET 2019 Exam and prepare yourself for the CTET December 2019 edition.

CTET 2019 Paper I & II Analysis (Section-wise): 'Easy to Moderate' Level

CTET Answer Key 2019: Paper I & II Answers of all Questions

The CBSE will release the CTET 2019 Cutoff after the declaration of the result. Till then, check CTET Expected Cut off 2019:

Category

Minimum Qualifying Percentage 

Passing Marks

General 

60%

90 out of 150

OBC/SC/ST

55%

82 out of 150

Note: However, the concessions can be given to different categories such as SC/ST, OBC, etc.

CTET 2019 Expected Cut off Marks: Check CTET Passing Marks here

CTET December 2019 Exam

Candidates, who do not qualify the CTET 2019 July exam, should not lose hope. They can appear for the CTET 2019 December exam again. There is no restriction on the number of attempts in the CTET exam. Candidate can take unlimited number of attempts for acquiring a CTET Certificate. Even a CTET Qualified candidate can appear for the CTET exam again to improve his or her score.

If you want to know the complete details of the CBSE CTET Exam, visit here:

CTET Admit Card 2019, Syllabus, Exam Pattern, Salary, Cut off Marks - FAQs

Check the CTET Syllabus and Exam Pattern here:

CTET 2019 Exam Pattern & Syllabus