The Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan (BSER) conducts the Rajasthan Eligibility Examination for Teachers (REET). The official notification for the test has not been announced by the board, but one can never be too early to start preparing for an exam, especially so when you know that the exam will definitely be conducted within this ongoing year. Before starting to prepare for the REET examination, taking a few mock tests and getting a rough idea of the exam pattern and the level of difficulty is a great idea. Hence aspiring candidates can now make use of our series of well-tested mock tests for the different papers of the REET examination, for their upcoming examination.

REET Mock Test

Here you will be able to find a great new list of paper-centric mock-tests for the two different levels of the REET examination. These mock tests are free of charge and will help candidates who will appear in the REET examination, to analyze their preparation and sharpen their skills, while brushing up their basic concepts. Hence come make use of these mock tests that we have prepared just for you and excel in your final test!

Subject Mock Test Number of Questions Duration of Test
Level 1 CDP (Hindi) Start here 30 30 Min
Level 1 Maths (Hindi) Start here 30 30 Min
Level 1 EVS (Hindi) Start here 30 30 Min
Level 1 Hindi Start here 30 30 Min
Level 1 English Start here 30 30 Min
Level 2 CDP (Hindi) Start here 30 30 Min
Level 2 Maths & Science (Hindi) Start here 60 1 Hr
Level 2 Social Studies (Hindi) Start here 60 1 Hr
Level 2 Hindi Start here 30 30 Min
Level 2 English Start here 30 30 Min

REET Important Topics of Each Section

The REET exam consists of two papers – Paper 1 and Paper 2. Paper 1 is for those candidates who want to teach children from the 1st to 5th Standards. While Paper 2 is for those candidates who want to teach Standards 6th to 8th. Both the papers of REET will consist of five sections and candidates must make sure that they qualify in each section. The important topics to know in the different sections are:

Child Development and Pedagogy (CDP): This section will test the candidates upon their understanding of the child psychology according to the age group of the paper chosen, and how they will handle certain situations as a teacher. Candidates are advised to have a deep understanding of the complete course material for this section.

Language (1 & 2): Candidates will have to choose two different languages according to their interest. Language 1 will test the expertise of the candidates upon the language. The choice of Language 2 will be different than Language 1. This section will test the candidates on parts of the language (written and spoken), communication and comprehension abilities.

Maths/Science/Social Studies: These sections will examine the candidates’ ability to understand and isolate a problem and be able to solve it. It also checks the candidate’s pedagogical understanding of the subject, according to the syllabus prescribed by the NCERT.

Tips to prepare for REET exam

  1. Collect the prescribed study material according to the chosen Level of Exam (Paper 1 or Paper 2)
  2. Make an effective study schedule, and actually follow it to study the required study material.
  3. Then try to understand the exam pattern and then try and summarize the vast syllabus into more concise bullet points, with the use of umbrella terms.
  4. Analyze the syllabus thoroughly. Now sieve out your skills from weaknesses.
  5. Thereafter prepare a proper plan to sharpen the skills or points wherein you are strong. And to remove your weakness, try finding out the problem
  6. Give more focus to the scoring sections of the exam such as Child Development and Pedagogy.
  7. Come to this page and give the fully prepared mock tests as linked through this page.
  8. Do revisions, and come back and solve the same mock tests again to see how well you did.
  9. Repeat this until you are confident about appearing in your final examination. Hereby we should point out that regular revision is a must for every candidate to do well in any examination.

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