PSTET Preparation Tips

PSTET Preparation Tips

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PSTET Preparation Tips

The Punjab State Teacher Eligibility Test has been postponed to 11th February 2018. The application process for this exam is over. Just more than a month remains for the exam, nad you should be utilising this time to prepare properly for the exam. In this post, we are providing you simple yet effective PSTET Preparation Tips for you to follow.

Let us have a look at the exam pattern first.

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Exam Pattern

First of all, let us tell you the good news. There is no negative marking for wrong attempts. And there are two papers. The first paper is for those who want to teach Class I to V. The second paper is for those who want to teach Class VI to VIII.

Paper I

Section Marks No. of Questions
Language I 30 30
Child Development & Pedagogy 30 30
Language II 30 30
Environmental Studies 30 30
Mathematics 30 30
Total 150 150

Paper II

Section Marks No. of Questions
Language-I (mandatory) 30 30
Child Development & Pedagogy (mandatory) 30 30
Language-II (mandatory) 30 30
Social Studies/Social Science (for Social Studies/Social Science teacher) 60 60
Mathematics & Science (for Mathematics and Science teacher) 60 60
Total 150 150

PSTET Preparation Tips

  • First and foremost, learn the complete syllabus and pattern of the exam.
  • Then, collect the best study material for each subject. Do not select random books.
  • Revise regularly.
  • Practice as much as possible. Solve previous years question papers and take Mock Tests. This will help your time management skills as well.
  • Do not study any new topics during the last few days. Only revise.
  • Attempt the easy questions first. Keep the time-consuming ones for the end.
  • Do not get stuck on one question, especially in Maths section. Move on to the next question and if you have time left at the end, you can attempt it then.
  • Since there’s no negative marking, attempt all the questions. When you have time left at the end, that’s when you should attempt the remaining ones.
  • Have a proper and balanced diet. Include food rich in protein, vitamins, and minerals.
  • Sleep 8 hours on a daily basis. And also take a break of 15 minutes after every 2 hours.

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