Every year many aspirant teachers may look forward to appearing in one of the lucrative government jobs. That is TET, which is conducted by the West Bengal Central School Service Commission. The examination date for WB Primary TET 2022 hasn’t been declared yet, and the last TET exam was conducted on 31st January – 2021. So, aspirants are eagerly waiting for this year. According to the reports, the exam is likely to be held in January 2022, but it is not confirmed yet. As per the guideline of the National Council for Teachers’ Education (NCTE), the WB TET exam is conducted under the NCTE guideline.
Follow these most straightforward tips and crack WB Primary TET in 1st attempt
How will you start your preparation?
Are you trying to WB Primary TET examination for the first time? Have you failed multiple times in WB Primary TET? Then this article is for you. Please go through the whole article and read it thoroughly to get a brief idea about the syllabus, vacancies, exam strategies, and many more!!!
Before you start your preparation know the exam process well
Let’s get a brief idea about the whole examination process. Many students find it difficult as WB TET has 150 multiple questions which candidates need to finish in 90 minutes. Many students can’t touch the cut-off. WB Primary TET exam preparation covers two papers- Paper 1 and paper 2. Paper 1 is for those who want to teach the class I- V, and paper 2 is for Upper primary teachers. As WB TET follows the NCTE guideline, you can also download the whole procedure from their website.
If willing candidates really want to succeed in the first attempt, candidates must know the whole syllabus of WB Primary TET 2022. As early mentioned, there are two kinds of eligibility criteria as two different types of exams are conducted by WB TET- one is for primary teachers, and the second is for upper primary teachers.
Eligibility Criteria for Primary Teachers
Aspirant teachers who will attend the WB Primary TET 2022 Exam need to qualify some particular point of criteria written below:
The minimum marks of Higher Secondary (or its equivalent 10+2))/senior secondary is 50%. Candidate must finish a 2-year diploma in Elementary Education, which means he or she must have D.El.Ed degree.
The second criterion for paper 2 is 50% marks in Higher Secondary (or its equivalent 10+2)/Senior Secondary and must complete four years Bachelor in Elementary Education which means applicants must have B.El.Ed degree.
The third criterion is the minimum 50% marks or higher that it in Higher Secondary or its equivalent and willing aspirant must have a Diploma degree in Special Education, recognized by the Rehabilitation Council India (RCI).
The next criterion is that the candidate must finish their graduation degree and complete the two-year course Diploma degree in Elementary Education.
This is notified that there is 5% of marks relaxation in Higher Secondary or its equivalent examination 10+2 that is 45%, will be allowed for the candidates who are SC/ST/OBC A/ OBC-B/ PH (Physically challenged)/ ex-serviceman category.
According to the rules and regulations, SC/ST candidates will get five years and three years of age relaxation.
Here, let’s boost you up with some short and most straightforward tricks to crack WB TET exam:
Get your essential degree first
Many aspirants don’t even aware of the particular satisfactory criteria of WB TET. If you are a willing candidate and prepare yourself for any competitive exam, you must go through the essential measures that will help you appear in the examination. Some of the students don’t know that teacher’s training is now mandatory. Without knowing this fact- those serious candidates start their preparation and waste their precious time.
Study the criteria first and fulfill them when you have enough time. Now, two years or four years of bachelor in Education is must appear in WB TET 2022. After finishing it, you can apply freely to this exam.
It has seemed that many bright candidates keep on trying for many years to get success in this exam but finally end up with no hope. Candidates who are willing, have to be patient enough, and their approach should be optimistic.
Be your weakest point becomes your strongest
Many kinds of students appear in this popular exam, but few of them achieve success. Are you wondering why?
Successful candidates get their achievement through smart work, not hard work. Suppose a candidate is weak in math, but they can’t ignore the quant part in WB TET. So, the candidate has to prepare themselves by learning and practicing the shortest tricks of math. Many books on math shortcuts are readily available online. So, make your weakest point the strongest one by practicing again and again.
Do you have English phobia?
English is not our native language, but you don’t have a degree in English literature to crack this exam. Because, as per the educational qualification, you need to know the basic grammar and composition part. But, still, you are afraid of English, there are multiple solutions. You can start from the essential grammar book, learn all the important parts like Parts of Speech, Tense, and voice. These are some basic chapters. Then, if you are fond of books, you can start reading simple English books like Chetan Bhagat and Durjay Dutt. If you can’t afford it- don’t worry. Try to read at least one news from any English daily newspaper.
In this exam, you will get only 90 minutes to solve 150 questions. It seems difficult, but not impossible. Successful candidates utilize these 90 minutes with utmost sincerity. You don’t need to study 24*7 as this is impossible and unhealthy. All you can do is get a routine for yourself and follow it.
Don’t repeat your mistakes
After completing the syllabus, candidates must evaluate themselves by mock tests. Now, mock tests are easily available online. Candidates can choose any of those and start finishing the paper in time. Many candidates fail because they don’t mark their mistakes and repeat them repeatedly. So, students should note down the errors and don’t repeat them to get quick success.
Impress the interview panel for the first time
Some simple yet effective ideas can impress the interviewer at first glance. A candidate should have an upbeat personality as negative vibes are not attractive. Candidates should be humble and confident and have to wear formals. If the first impression goes well, then the last appearance will be positive too. The sitting posture is also vital. If a candidate doesn’t know the correct answer, they should not act smart in front of the interviewer. These are some easiest tips that can lead you to a successful path in your teaching career. Follow these steps and practice all the subjects applying short tricks can help you in the exam.