|Particulars||Rajasthan REET Exam Dates (Tentative)|
|Date of Notification||Jan-22|
|Issuing of Application Form||2nd week of January 2022|
|Submission last date||Feb-22|
|Date of Examination||Apr-22|
|REET Result Declaration||Not yet announced|
Exam Center for Secondary Level
|General||120 to 135||117 to 132|
|EWB||116 to 120|
|OBC||117 to 131||106 to 118|
|MBC||105 to 109|
|SC||103 to 108||101 to 110|
|ST||105 to 114||95 to 101|
|PD||99 to 106||94 to 99|
Q1. What is the objective of administering REET Exams?
Ans. The Rajasthan Eligibility Exam for Teachers is an entrance exam used to select teachers. The Department of School Education Council of Rajasthan administers this test once a year.
Q2. What is the minimal RTET qualifying percentage?
Ans. Candidate must achieve at least 60% on the RTET test in order to be considered TET qualified. RTET certificates are valid for 7 years from the date of the TET exam, according to NCTE Guidelines.
Q3. Does the REET curriculum have an offline version?
Ans. No, you can only get the REET curriculum online from the exam's official website.
Q4. How does a candidate seek employment after passing the REET exam?
Ans. Candidates are granted an eligibility certificate after passing the RTET exam. Candidates with the REET credential can apply for teaching employment in the state.
Q5. When will the REET 2022 examination take place?
Ans. The REET 2022 online application form is anticipated to be available on the official website in January 2022.
Candidates for the Secondary Level (Classes 6th to 8th) must have completed graduation as well as two years of Elementary Education Diploma. Alternatively, the candidate must be a Graduate with at least 50 percent marks and must have passed 1-year in B.Ed. or Final year students in the 2 years B.Ed. program OR a Graduate with at least 45 percent marks and must have passed at least 1-year in B.Ed. or Final year students in the 2 years B.Ed. program OR a Senior Secondary student with at least 50 percent marks and must have passed 4 years in B. El. Ed. Diploma or appearing in the final year of Diploma exam.
The REET exam consists of two papers: Level 1 and Level 2.
Level I include150 questions. Every question is for 1 mark. 60% of the marks are required for the General category, while 55% is required for other categories.
Applicants must choose between social science and science. Those who belong to the general category are needed to score at least 60% marks and those who belong to other categories must attain at least 55% marks to qualify this exam.
Understanding the REET Exam Pattern and the difficulty level of the questions is the first step. Candidates studying for RTET/REET should read the RTET/REET curriculum before beginning their preparations; all areas of the papers should be given equal emphasis. It is recommended that the candidate go through the REET Previous Year Paper and try to grasp the Exam format and question standard. If you examine the REET Previous Year Question Papers carefully, you will be able to determine how you can improve and which topics or sections require more preparation. The RTET/REET syllabuses for both papers are distinct and must be completely completed months before the test.