What is the qualifying marks for UPTET exam?
What are the qualifying marks in the UPTET UP Exam? Ans. The qualifying marks in the exam is around 55% or 82.5 marks for SC, ST and OBC category candidates while it is 60% or 90 marks for candidates belonging to general category.
Who can apply for UPTET exam?
Candidate must have a Bachelor’s degree with minimum of 50% marks from a recognized university. Candidate should be between 18-35 years of age. Candidate should be a citizen of India/ Nepal/ Bhutan/Tibet. UPTET exam consists of 2 papers – Paper 1 and paper 2.
Which is tough UPTET or CTET?
UPTET Paper 1 2019 was of moderate difficulty level. UPTET Paper 2 2019 was moderate to difficult. The UPTET 2019 exam for both Paper 1 and II was more difficult than Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET)
How many attempts are there in UPTET?
UPTET Eligibility 2021: Age limit & number of attempts Candidates should be aged between 18 and 35 years to apply for the UPTET exam. However, there is no limit on the number of attempts, candidates can take any number of attempts for the UPTET exam.
Is UPTET qualifying in nature?
UPTET Exam is a qualifying exam in nature. UPTET Exam conducted to select eligible candidates to Primary and Upper Primary Post of Teachers in various schools of Uttar Pradesh.
Is there any negative marking in UPTET?
In the UPTET exam, candidates are given four choices for every question. Candidates need to select the one correct answer out of the four given options. One mark is allotted for every correct answer. There is no negative marking in the exam.
Is UPTET easy to crack?
UPTET is not a difficult exam to crack, and scoring 90 marks out of 150 can be everyone’s cup of tea. In order to help the candidates with the preparation strategy of UPTET 2021, we have charted out some tips and tricks that will help the candidates to score higher marks in the exam.
How difficult is UPTET exam?
UPTET 2019 was conducted on January 8, 2020, by UPBEB (Uttar Pradesh Basic Education Board). The exam consisted of 2 papers- Paper 1 and Paper 2. Both the papers had objective-type questions(MCQs). The overall difficulty of both the exams was moderate.