Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan (BSER), is all set to conduct the Rajasthan Eligibility Entrance Test (REET) 2021 examination tomorrow, September 26, 2021. Authorities have already released the REET 2021 admit cards a week ago on the official website reetbser21.com. As per reports, as many as 16.15 lakh candidates are expected to appear for the eligibility exam tomorrow. Clearly, the pressure is on and candidates have to keep multiple things in mind such as things to carry, exam timings, last-minute preparation tips and much more. Here’s all they need to know before the REET 2021 examination.
REET 2021 Level 1 and Level 2 Timings
The state-level eligibility test is all set to be conducted tomorrow, September 26, 2021, in two shifts. The first shift will be held from 10:00 am to 12:30 pm while the second shift will be conducted from 2:30 pm to 5:00 pm. The level 1 paper will be conducted during the first shift while the Level 2 paper is going to be held in the second shift.
Looking at the shift timings, it is evident that the REET 2021 examination will be conducted for a duration of 2.5 hours. Candidates have to utilise this time wisely to attempt and solve all 150 questions. The best way to do so is to begin with an easier section and gradually move towards the difficult or trickier sections.
REET 2021: What to Carry to the Exam Centre?
Candidates appearing for the REET 2021 examination are expected to carry two important documents with them which are –
# REET 2021 Admit Card – they can download or take a printout of the same from the official website reetbser21.com.
# Valid Photo ID – This can include Voter ID, Aadhar Card, Passport etc
Only after presenting these documents will a candidate be allowed to enter the exam centre. With such tough competition to face, there’s no room for error, especially in matters of presenting the right documents. A wise thing to do is to keep all the documents ready beforehand to avoid any last-minute chaos.
REET 2021: last-minute preparation tips
With less than 24 hours for the REET 2021 exam, there’s nothing left to do for candidates except to have faith in their preparation. Here are some last-minute tips to calm one’s nerve and maintain composure –
#1 Refrain from starting any new or tricky topic at the last moment.
# Solve a previous-year question paper or mock test to remain in the exam grid.
# Esnure that all the documents required in the exam centre are ready.
# Just for an extra edge over others, spare an hour or so reading any English newspaper such as Hindustan Times or Times of India.
# In the case of Mathematics, spare 10-15 minutes revising the formulae relevant to REET 2021.
All the best!