CTET Cut Off, CTET Notification & How to Prepare for CTET Exam
Becoming a teacher is one of the noblest jobs ever, it’s selfless, nurturing, and a profession that always gives something.
Studying for the CTET Exam is not a very simple task so I’m going to try my best in giving you all the information you need (with an additional flavor of really uncalled for jokes here and there).
Let’s get you on speed to all the things I’m going to discuss in this blog:
CTET Cut off Marks – Paper 1 & Paper 2
Studying and analyzing previous years’ cut off marks is a fruitful exercise with a little devil sitting right on its shoulder.
Even though the little devil makes us all anxious but also helps us to work harder to achieve our goal.
The minimum passing marks for the CTET are distinctive for various categories GEN/OBC/SC/ST.
Obviously, when you get the ideal Passing Marks for CTET Exam, you have passed the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET).
Marks can be changed or modified by the CBSE depending on the difficulty level of the CTET Paper and the complete number of applicants showing up for the test.
In any case, since years the CBSE has been keeping up the equivalent CTET Cut off marks for all the categories.
So, let’s go over the CTET Cut off 2019 for Paper 1 & Paper 2.
CTET Cut Off 2019
Going through the CTET Cut off 2019 will give an idea as to how much you need to score (approximately) to clear the CTET Exam for the coming year.
|Category||Minimum Qualifying Percentage||Passing Marks|
|General||60%||90 out of 150|
|OBC/SC/ST||55%||82 out of 150|