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  • Uttarpradesh TGT maths preparation

    Are you preparing for UP TGT Maths exams? Want to get all the infromation for proceeding with preaparation? Here, on this page our experts have responded to your query.

    How should I prepare for UPSESSB (Uttarpradesh) T.G.T. Maths teacher vacancy? I am from Chhattisgarh and I don't know much about this exam and their difficulty level?
    Also, guide which books should I study from? Which topics should I focus on more?
    How many scores (marks) are good to crack the exam?
  • Answers

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  • If you are preparing for UPSESSB exam TGT Maths, first, you must understand the exam pattern. For the selection of TGT teachers, UPSESSB conducts
    1. Written Test
    2. Personal Interview
    In the official notification, UPSESSB also discloses the number of vacancies in each subject.
    Written test includes a total of 125 questions from concerned subject. Each question will be of 4 marks. Hence, total marks will be 500. Exam duration will be 120 minutes or 2 hours.

    The TGT Maths exam includes all types of question i.e. easy. moderate and difficult. To check the difficulty level the best option is to solve the previous years question papers. These question papers are easily available online and offline. You can buy a UPTGT Mathematics Solved Papers online from Amazon or Flipkart. UPTGT Mathematics Solved Papers are published by several publications like Sahitya Bhawan Publication, Shanti Devi Publications, RPH Editorial Board etc. By solving these paper you will be able to analyze the important topics also.
    You can also read the books of Upkar, Prgati Publications and Youth Competitions.

    Usually cut-off merit goes high in UP TGT exams. So you will have to work hard.

    After written test, there will be a personal interview. The candidates who will be declared selected in the written test will be called for interview.

    For final selection will be done based on the marks obtained in written test and personal interview. The marks distribution will be as follows:
    1. Written examination-85%
    2. Personal Interview -10 %
    3. Special Qualification -5% (PhD or M.Phil- 2%, M.Ed- 2%, B.Ed- 1%)
    Merit will be prepared on the basis of written test and personal interview and special qualification (if any).
    You must make a study plan and start preparation and you will definitely get the success in the exam.

  • If interested to qualify TGT Mathematics for UPSESSB, it would be the first task for you understand the pattern of the said examination. This test comprises two portions the first one is the written test and the clearing the same, you have to turn up for the oral for your further evaluation of aptitude and talent in the same subject.
    The questions would cover objective types containing four alternatives answers of a question and you need to tick the correct answer and ticking the wrong answer would award you minus one mark where as for the correct answer, you would awarded plus four marks. The duration of the examination is of two hours containing full 500 marks.
    Hence make it a point to understand the basics of Mathematics covered under the syllabus and it would be better to join some coaching class where you would avail of the coaching sessions of your mentor learning tricks to get right answers with the applications of tricks. This will ultimately restore your confidence.
    It is always beneficial to have the detailed studies of the questions papers of last seven years so that you would understand the pattern.
    There is some weightage for your higher qualification such as forPh.D, M.Ed, B.Ed etc.
    Though solved papers are available in the market and the same can be helpful to you if you learn the fundamentals of the lessons from your Mathematics Tutor.

  • Uttar Pradesh Secondary Education Service Selection Board (UPSESSB) conducts the entrance exam for recruitment of TGT teachers and candidates having a graduation degree in the subject (Mathematics in this case) and B.Ed/BTC or any other equivalent training certificate are eligible to apply for it.

    The entrance exam consists of MCQ questions on General Awareness, General English, Quantitative Aptitude, Mathematics (Concerned Subject in this case). The total number of questions are 125 to be completed in 2 hours time.

    For having an idea of the cut off score in your subject please go to the UPSESSB site where you can find the cut off belonging to last years specifically for the year 2020 which will give some idea as how much one has to score to get success in this endeavour.

    As the competition is high in these exams one has to do commensurate hard work and preparation for this. Revision of earlier studied things will also be required. There are some sites in the internet where you can take up mock tests for TGT Mathematics to check your performance.

    If you want to go through a sample TGT Mathematics test paper of earlier years then that is available in this site itself in 'Question Paper' section. You can click here to access that.

    There are many books available in market for preparing for this entrance exam but some of the popular ones are - Objective General English by R. S. Aggarwal, Hindi Bhasha Aur Shikshan Shastra by Kamal Dev Verma, General Intelligence and Test of Reasoning by Vikar Experts, and A Complete Resources For CTET: Child Development and Pedagogy by Sandeep Kumar.

    Knowledge is power.

  • It is a long process test, for this, the total marks are divided in the following way -

    85% in Written Examination (for both TGT)
    10% in the personal interview
    5% for Special Qualification
    A total of 20 questions will be asked from the Teaching Aptitude section in all UPSESSB recruitment exams.

    Some of the common topics that you need knowledge about - knowledge of the nature of the child, knowledge of the subject, the effect of the teacher and his teaching, methods of his methods for presenting the subject under the student, general principle of teaching, knowledge of teaching formula, Helpful material in teaching, the importance of ICT in teaching, etc.
    Keep some points while preparing for entrance exams -
    1. Prepare for the exam with practice sample papers or previous year's solved papers.
    Practice mock test papers and practice all the questions to bring perfection to your efforts.
    2. you must analyze any mock test. This will give you an idea about your preparation for the exam and then make a strategy accordingly.
    3. Speed is a very important factor when solving a question paper as well as saving time for revision. Regular practice of questions can increase your speed.
    4. Understand the pattern of the question paper for the Teaching Aptitude section of UPSESSB.
    Learn various teaching methods and Familiarize yourself with child behavior theory understanding and teaching aids.
    5. Regularly revise the most important topics and make written notes.

  • UPSESSB conducts examinations for the TGT Math as follows:
    - Qualifications: Graduation/Post Graduation (Math)
    - Professional Qulifications: B.Ed
    - Preferred Qualifications: Phd, MPhil, M.Ed
    - Procedure of Selection:
    1)Witten Test (85%)
    2) Interview (10%)
    3) Preferred Qualification: Phd, Mphi & M.Ed. 2% each and B.Ed. 1%
    How to Prepare: You may join any coaching centre for preparation or you may prepare for examinations yourself by reading good books, solving previous years papers. If you are several friends appearing for this test may do group study. You may watch you tube channels for B.Ed preparation. There are several excellent you tube channels.

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