Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board (MPPEB) is all set to commence the MP TET 2022 Varg 3 examination tomorrow, March 05, 2022. The exam will be held through pen-and-paper mode, at selected centers across the country. Candidates who have registered for the exam need to download their admit cards from the official website peb.mp.gov.in. This is a mandatory document without which, a candidate will not be allowed entry inside the exam center.
MP TET 2022 Exam Timing
With less than 24 hours left for the MP TET 2022 examination, here are important points to keep in mind –
As per official information, the MP TET 2022 Varg 3 exam will be organised in the form of two papers – Paper I and Paper II. Paper I is meant for candidates who wish to teach Classes 1-5. Similarly, Paper II will be held for those interested in teaching Classes 6-8.
The MP TET 2022 examination will be held for a duration of 2.5 hours. Paper I will be held from 9:00 am to 11:30 am while Paper II will be organised from 2:00 pm to 4:30 pm. Both papers will be worth 150 marks.
MP TET 2022 Exam Day Instructions
On the day of the MP TET 2022 examination, all candidates have to follow certain instructions. These are as follows –
# It is mandatory to have Aadhar Registration and proof of the same while entering the exam center.
# All candidates need to carry a valid, original photo ID such as Voter ID, PAN Card, Aadhar Card, Driving License, Passport, etc.
# It is also important to have live registration with the employment office affiliated with the Madhya Pradesh state government.
# Along with the MP TET 2022 admit card, all candidates are permitted to carry a black ballpoint pen.
# No candidates will be allowed to leave the center during the entire exam duration. So, candidates must utilize the given time rather than finishing up the paper haphazardly.
MP TET 2022 Last Minute Tips
With barely a few hours left for the MP TET 2022 examination, the following are some last-minute tips to ace the test –
# Try to solve one previous-year MP TET question paper before the exam to get some extra practice.
# Instead of revising theory, solve MCQs specific to the tricky or difficult chapters.
# Don’t try to revise too much before the exam. This will only clog the brain leading to saturation before the exam.
# Before the exam, read an English newspaper to get a hang of the subject.