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Do’s and Don’t about the Assam Teacher Eligibility Test one must consider

There are certain dos and don’ts about everything big. And this applies to the competitive exams as well, which may get you entry to a brighter future. And when we speak about competitive exams, the Assam Teacher Eligibility Test is no different.

Assam TET is a state-level competitive exam held to appoint teachers for the lower primary and upper primary classes. Let us consider a few do’s and don’ts that might make it easier for a candidate to clear this hurdle towards their dream of becoming a teacher.

Eligibility

Like every other exam and vacancy have eligibility criteria, Assam TET has some. These criteria come in age, educational qualification, Nationality, Number of attempts, etc.

What one must absolutely do is check the eligibility thoroughly before deciding on the role. One may or may not opt for the examination after reading the specification or might not be eligible for the position.

The absolute don’t always be neglecting the reliable websites and information portals for upcoming exams. Ignoring the eligibility tab could be a big no because a single mistake turns out to be why one application might get rejected.

Syllabus and Exam Patterns

Who doesn’t want to be sure about what he/she is getting into? Once you meet the eligibility criteria and decide to start the dream job, preparation for the exam is the first and crucial step that can lead you further.

For the beginning, one must know the Assam TET Syllabus like the back of their hand. This will boost the confidence to go ahead and attempt the exam and prepare one mentally for the exam.

Aspirants do need to know well about the subjects that the syllabus includes are as follows:

  • Languages 1 (Nepali, Assamese, Hindi, Garo, etc.)
  • Language 2 (Listening, Speaking, Writing, Elements of languages, Parts of speech etc.)
  • Child development and Pedagogy (Process of learning, Adolescence etc.)
  • Mathematics (Numbers, Fractions, Data Handling etc.)
  • Environmental Science (Child environment, Pedagogy etc.)
  • Science (Light, Electricity, Sound etc.)
  • Social Science (History, Geography, Economics, Political science)

A candidate definitely doesn’t want to risk leaving it just too basic and not studying the exam patterns. Each subject carries weightage and pattern. Knowing the exact exam pattern can improve the speed, knowledge and can give an idea about the weak areas.

Admit card

After successfully applying for the Assam TET, one can find the admit card on the official page after login in with the credentials.

It is recommended that the candidates, Do check the details before printing the admit card. The Details to look for are:

  • Name
  • Date of birth
  • Photograph
  • Papers to be attempted
  • Exam Center Name and address
  • Gender
  • Signature etc.

Protip- Don’t leave the admit card for the last moment. Checking the Admit Card beforehand will give an ample amount of time for correction if required.

Mock tests and Book

Nowadays, there is the privilege of attempting mock tests to check your knowledge, skills and speed. Also, if you study from reliable websites, all the books one can refer to are available.

One must refer to the books for studies from the experts. This will help them not just to study correctly, but this could be a more accessible technique. It is advisable not to neglect the mock tests, resulting in poor judgement, unawareness of the speed to attempt the exam and the type of questions asked.

Results

The Assam TET Results are declared through the official websites after a few months of the exams. Candidates need to log in with their credentials to get access to the results. The candidate must preserve the Admit Card for the reference of roll number and centre details.

However, a candidate may not crack the exam on the first attempt; however, don’t get disheartened by the failure. There is no limit to the shots, which means an aspirant can reapply for the Assam TET.

The age limit is also considerate, making it more convenient for maximum attempts. After all, one must always try until one succeeds!

Washim

Washim is an Bangladeshi tech based web blogger. Right now he writes for techshim.com excellent content Android Apps, Games and much more.

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