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Maharashtra Teacher Eligibility Test 2019

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MAHATET 2019 Exam Pattern: MAHATET Question Pattern, Marking Scheme, Duration

Updated On - November 16 2019 by Jyoti Ranjan

MAHATET 2019 (Maharashtra Teachers Eligibility Test 2019) will be held on 19 January 2020. Maharashtra Government conducts this exam to offers admission to the interested candidates in the teaching course. Maharashtra TET 2019 will be divided into two papers, paper 1 is for the aspirants who are willing to teach class I-V and paper 2 is for the aspirants who are willing to teach class VI-VIII. Given below is the exam pattern of HSEE 2020, candidate must go through carefully before starting the preparation of the exams.

MAHATET 2019 Exam Pattern

Candidates must check the pattern for the examination of MAHATET 2019 before appearing in the exam. Questions for Maharashtra TET 20219 exam will depend on the exam pattern. Applicants must go through the exam pattern before start preparing for it. Through the exam pattern, the candidate will get a brief idea about how and what type of questions will be there in the Maharashtra Teacher Eligibility Test 2019.

  • Mode: Exam will be conducted in Offline mode.
  • Number of Questions: There will be 150 questions in total.
  • Language: Question paper will be in English.
  • Duration: Exam will be of 2.5 hours (150 Minutes).
  • Maximum Marks: The total marks for this exam is 150.
  • Marking Scheme: 1 mark will be allotted for every correct answer. 
  • Negative Marking: There will be no negative marking in the exam.

The question paper will be divided into two parts i.e. Paper-1 and Paper-2.  Paper-1 is for the candidates who will be appearing for primary level (Class 1st to 5th) and Paper-2 is for the candidates who will be appearing for the upper level (Class 6th to 12th). Candidate can apply for any level according to the eligibility of the exam. Given above is the pattern of the examination applicants must carefully go through.

Section Wise Distribution for Both Paper-

Candidates can check the section-wise questions and topic covered in both the paper through the given below table:

For Paper-1:

Applicants may check the question distribution from the below table-

TopicsQuestions Marks
Pedagogy3030
Language3030
Language-13030
Mathematics3030
Campus Exercise3030
Total150150

Candidates appearing for the primary level has to give Paper-1. Given above is the question and topic distribution table, applicants can check before appearing for the exam. Candidate should check the pattern for each topic before starting the preparation of the exam.

For Paper-2:

Aspirants may check the question distribution from the below table-

TopicsQuestions Marks
Pedagogy3030
Language3030
Language-13030
Mathematics and Science6030
Total150150

Candidates appearing for the upper level has to give Paper-2. Given above is the question and topic distribution table, applicants can check before appearing for the exam. Applicants must go through each topic carefully before starting the preparation of MAHATET 2019.

MAHATET 2019: Schedule of Examination 

Candidates must go through the schedule of the examination of Maharashtra TET 2019 before going for it. Applicants have to report on the exact timing in the examination hall. Applicants reporting late in the examination hall will be considered as latecomers and will not be allowed to give the exam.

  • Candidate must report on time on the day of the examination.
  • If any candidate comes late the reporting time then he will not be permitted to seat in the exam.

Important Instructions for MAHATET 2019 Exam Pattern

Candidates must check the important instructions for the exam pattern through the below-mentioned details:
  • The marking scheme involves every correct answer will add one mark and there is no negative marking for incorrect answer.
  • No marks will be allotted or deducted for the unanswered questions.
  • Applicants should mark the answer very carefully.
  • Candidates must check carefully their answers marked before submitting the final sheet.
  • Aspirants should make sure that they follow the given exam instructions.
  • If any problem occurs, then the candidate must immediately report to the invigilator present in the class.

 

 

 

 

  

 

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