Another session of the CTET 2021 examination was organized today, December 24, 2021, by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) 2021 Shift 1 was conducted for a duration of 2.5 hours, from 9:30 am to 12:00 pm. The exam was entirely objective-based, testing a candidate’s knowledge in 5 major subjects. Those who are interested in teaching Classes 1-5 were expected to appear for Shift 1. The shift 2 exam was also conducted today from 2:30 pm to 5:00 pm This paper was meant for those candidates interested in teaching Class 6-8.
Now that another session of CTET 2021 exam is done and dusted, candidates are rigorously searching for the answer key. The Paper 1 answer key has been uploaded by several educators and coaching institutes online. Following are the links to access those answer keys –
|CTET Analysis 2021 | Paper 1 | CTET 24 December Today Question Paper by teachers Adda247||Watch Here|
|CTET 2021 Paper 1 Analysis | All Subjects by Creative Career Institute||Watch Here|
|CTET 2021 Answer Key Paper – 1 | Exam Paper Analysis & Solution by DK Gupta||Watch Here|
CTET 2021 December 24 Paper 1 answer keys uploaded by institutes like Adda247 and DK Gupta are in the form of YouTube videos. In these videos, the instructors are not only answering questions but also providing an overall analysis of the paper. Since the eligibility test is going to continue till January 13, 2022, understanding the level of questions being asked in each paper proves useful. So, a candidate who is appearing for CTET tomorrow might get an idea about what to study for the exam.
The CTET 2021 December 24 Paper 1 answer key videos also prove useful to those who found today’s paper difficult to solve. The YouTube videos uploaded by educators also provide a short explanation behind every answer. So, a candidate will get to know where he/she faltered in terms of understanding or conceptual clarity. Hence, this singular YouTube video proves useful for all!
While watching the CTET 2021 December 24 Paper 1 video solution, candidates are advised to keep a notebook and pen handy. So that while watching the video, they can write down the answers to all questions. Later on, using this answer key, they can determine the tentative marks obtained in today’s paper. The marking scheme that candidates need to use is –
Total Score = (No. of Correct Answers) x 1