Maharashtra Teacher Eligibility Test To Be Held On October 10, How To Crack The Exam Know Here Best Tips

Maharashtra State Council of Teaching is going to conduct Maharashtra Teacher Eligibility Test 2021 on 10 October 2021. For this registration is also going on on the official website Candidates can apply for MAHATET 2021 till 25 August 2021. According to the official notification, MAHATET 2021 admit card is likely to be issued on 25 September 2021.

However, less than two months are left for the Teaching Eligibility Test. In such a situation, the candidates going to appear in MAHATET 2021 must have a clear strategy and study planning to be successful in the examination. Like other competitive exams, this State Eligibility Test is also quite difficult. This exam cannot be cracked without hard work. Let us know here tips, tricks and study plan to score well in the exam.

1-Important to know about Syllabus and Paper Pattern
First of all candidates should know about MAHATET 2021 Syllabus and Paper Pattern. The paper consists of 150 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs). The candidates are given 90 minutes to solve the entire paper. For each correct answer, candidates are awarded 1 mark. There is no negative marking for wrong answers.
The eligibility test consists of two papers – Paper I for classes 1-5 and Paper II for classes 6 to 8. Paper I consists of English, Marathi, Mathematics, Campus Study, Environmental Studies and Child Psychology and Pedagogy. Similarly, Paper-II consists of English, Marathi, Child Psychology and Pedagogy, Mathematics and Social Science subjects.

2- Prepare with the right study material
After understanding the syllabus, the second tip is to refer the right study material. Studying from the right reference books can help in improving the knowledge base of the candidates. Moreover, such books have a set of questions similar to those asked in the eligibility test.

There are many different subjects covered in MAHATET 2021 exam and hence, it is most important to mention the right study material. Some of the books candidates can refer are Chhaya Maharashtra Primary TET Challenger in English, ET Paper 1 & 2 – Complete Guide Marathi MH-TET, Fasttrack Maths (MPSC, TET-CET), Upper Primary TET Social Studies/ Social Science, 3200 MCQs, TET Environmental Studies etc. Although these books are only for reference candidates and other relevant books can also follow.

3- It is necessary to have a command over the language
Apart from choosing the right study material, candidates should have a good command over the language. It is not only useful to crack MAHATET 2021 exam but also helps in communication with the students. Candidates must read English and Marathi News Papers either daily or on alternate days. Newspapers like Times of India, Hindustan Times, Lokmat and Maharashtra Times can be useful for improving language skills.

4- Do solve mock tests
The syllabus of MAHATET 2021 exam is very high. There is a lot to learn, understand and remember. From grammar rules to maths formulas, it is very important to remember in the language. In such a situation, to memorize such a huge syllabus, mock tests are quite useful. Mock tests help in remembering and applying various concepts in a stressful environment. They also help in developing time management. So do solve mock tests. This also gives an idea about what kind of questions can be asked in the exam and how prepared you are to answer those questions.

5- Solve previous year question papers
Along with mock tests, MAHATET previous year question papers also act as a useful preparation tool to crack the eligibility test. Candidates can get the answer keys of previous year papers from various online portals.

6-Make a list of maths formulas and keep revising it
All the important formulas related to maths should be listed. This list can prove useful while solving MCQs. A candidate must revise this list several times before appearing for the exam. In this way candidates can easily revise all the formulas for the actual exam.

7- Make personal notes for revision
At the same time, underline or note down important points in subjects like Social Studies and Environmental Studies. Both these topics are mostly theoretical and factual, so, to learn things better, make personal notes for last minute revision.

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