UPTET 2020: Important Topics & Last-minute tips to score high in Uttar Pradesh TET

UPTET 2019 Exam will be held on 8 January 2020. Check here UPTET Tips & Strategies for the last-minute preparations of the Uttar Pradesh Teachers’ Eligibility Test (UPTET) along with the important topics.

UPTET 2019 Exam Postponed
UPTET 2019 Exam Postponed

UPTET Important Topics 2020: The UP Board will be organising the UPTET Exam on 8 January 2020. Around 17 lakh candidates will be appearing for the Uttar Pradesh Teachers Eligibility Test (UPTET) 2019-20. In order to qualify the UPTET 2020 exam, candidates need to score the UPTET Passing marks. There is a no merit list or UPTET Cut off requirement. You just need to attain the minimum qualifying marks to get the UPTET Certificate 2020. As the exam is approaching soon, have a look at the UPTET Important Topics and some last-minute tips to crack the UPTET 2019 Exam with flying colours. 

Uttar Pradesh TET is a no recruitment exam; it is just an eligibility test that makes the qualifying candidates eligible to apply for the teaching jobs in Uttar Pradesh schools. The Uttar Pradesh Board will be organising the UPTET exam in two sessions for UPTET Paper 1 and Paper 2. Candidates appearing for the UPTET 2019/2020 exam should go through these preparation tips for the last minute revision that will help you to score high in the exam. These tips will make you remember all the important details of the exam in just a few minutes.

So, go through the UPTET Last-minute tips below and be sure about your preparations before appearing for the UPTET Paper. First, have a look at the exam schedule of UPTET:

UPTET Exam: 8 January 2020

UPTET Answer Key: February 2020

UPTET Result: February 2020

UPTET Certificate: March 2020

Download UPTET Admit Card 2020 @updeled.gov.in: Check Direct Link & latest UPTET Exam Schedule

UPTET 2019: Last-Minute Tips

Revise UPTET Important Topics

Have a look at some important topics for UPTET 2019 Exam for your last-minute preparation:


Important Topics

Child development & Pedagogy

Child Development and learning, Education Act, Heredity & Environment, Socialisation processes, Individual differences, Assessment and Evaluation, Specially-abled Learners, Inclusive Education, Theories, Cognition & Emotions, Pedagogy Issues, Motivation and learning, Practical Questions

English & Hindi

Reading comprehension/poem, Grammar related questions such as Fillers, Synonym & Antonym, Pedagogy questions


Number System, Geometry, Measurement & Weight, Volume, Algebra, Time, Data Analysis, Mathematics Pedagogy, Arithmetic

Environmental Studies

Food & Nutrition, Family & Friend, Shelters, Flora & Fauna, Water, Things we Make and Do, Travel, Pedagogy of Environmental Studies


Food, World of Living, Materials, Moving Things People and Ideas, Natural Phenomena, Natural Resources, Pedagogical issues

Social Studies

History, Polity, Geography, Social Life, Pedagogical issues

Time Management

Try to give more time to sections that you find strength in. This will help you in utilizing your time efficiently in the UPTET exam. As there is no sectional timing and no negative marking, candidates just need to complete their paper on time. A total of 150 questions need to be attempted in 2.5 hours. So it becomes easier to maximize your UPTET score by attempting the high number of questions.

Practice & Analyse Previous Year Question Papers

Practice for Papers

As only a day or two are left for the UPTET exam, this is the right time for the candidates to practice or analyse the already practised mock tests and previous year papers to brush up their preparation level. This will ultimately make you revise the expected important topics.

Read the Complete Question First

It is often said “A Little Knowledge is a Dangerous Thing”, and we tend to ignore this. However, it can prove out to be dangerous if you attempt questions without even reading them completely or properly. Avoid the mistake of not reading the complete questions of the UPTET Question Paper. Reading incomplete questions takes you nowhere but at incorrect answers.

Carry your UPTET Admit Card, Photographs and Photo ID Proof

It is mandatory for the candidates to carry the UPTET Admit Card to the exam centre on 8 January 2020. Do not forget to carry your Admit Card along with the Photographs and the Original Photo ID proof. You will not be allowed to appear for the Uttar Pradesh TET exam if you forget to carry the admit card and other documents.

Remember, the last-minute preparations do not involve deep studies and practice. The last days are just meant for the revision of important topics.

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