The Mizoram Board of School Education (MBSE) will be conducting the Teacher Eligibility Test or Mizoram TET 2021 tomorrow, i.e. November 30, 2021. The exam will take over two shifts since there are two papers. Paper I will be held from 9:30 AM to 12:00 PM while Paper II is scheduled from 1:30 PM to 4:00 PM. Candidates have been already issued the admit cards containing every detail of the examination.
Now, with less than one day left for the examination, candidates must take into consideration the examination day guidelines that must be followed tomorrow. Take a look at what these are.
#1. The examination rooms and halls will be opened 30 minutes prior to the commencement of the examination. Hence, candidates must reach their respective centres well before time to avoid delay.
#2. Admit cards for Mizoram TET 2021 must be carried without fail. Candidates without possession of the admit cards will not be allowed to appear for the exam.
#3. Candidates must be seated at the exact seats allocated to them. No candidate should change their seat or examination hall under any circumstance.
#4. Textual material, electronic and communication devices such as mobile phones, calculators, etc. are strictly prohibited. Candidates found in possession of such items will be subjected to scrutiny.
#5. Candidates are permitted to bring cardboards which have nothing written on them. This is to ensure that they do not have any difficulty in case the tables do not have a smooth surface.
#6. Every candidate will be given the answer sheets twenty minutes prior to the commencement of the exam. They should fill up the particulars in it with a ballpoint pen only. Using pencils is strictly prohibited. Question papers, however, will be distributed only five minutes prior to the commencement of the exam.
As mentioned already, Paper I of Mizoram TET 2021 will begin at 9:30 AM while Paper II will commence at 1:30 PM. Since the examination halls will be 30 minutes before the exam begins, candidates must reach the exam centres by 9:00 AM for Paper I and by 1:00 PM for Paper II.
Now, with the remaining time left, it is essential that candidates remain calm and composed for the examination. One can revise whatever notes they have compiled and go through the summary of each topic. Additionally, they can refer to the previous year question papers to have an idea about the overall difficulty of the examination. If possible, candidates can also take one mock test also.