How to Qualify HTET PGT test 15 Important tips

HTET PGT is known as Haryana teacher eligibility test for post graduate teacher. This test has various tests of physics, chemistry, biology, mathematics, English, hindi, Sanskrit, economics etc. After qualifying this test, a person is eligible for post graduate teacher posts in Haryana in India. Every year lakhs of aspirants apply for this test but only a few are able to qualify this test. The main reason behind this failure is the improper way of learning. So here are a few tips that will help you qualify HTET PGT test.

1           First get the syllabus of 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th classes
according to HBSE.
2.       Start your preparation from the lowest class i.e. 9th so that basics gets cleared first. Then move on to next.
3.       Collect the books of all these classes.
4.       Also collect books of each section of htet pgt paper separately as it will get you learn more deeply of the sections.
5.       Read your subject books thoroughly.
6.       Make notes from all the books in your notebook.
7.       While reading the books, underline the important lines.
8.       Practice previous years question paper  daily.
9.       Daily solve one previous year question paper putting yourself in the real situation as you are giving htet paper in the examination hall.
10.   Attempt all the questions as there is no negative marking. Also try your best to give the correct answer.
11.   In the paper, always do those question first which are easy to you. Also always start from that section which seems easier to you and then do the tougher ones.
12.   Always prepare your study on current affairs.
13.   Plan your time of how you are going to solve the paper. Set the time you are going to spend on each question and each section. And also work according to this time plan.
14.   Never stay on a question more than the time you have specified for that question or section. Instead move to the next question if the question feels tougher to you.
15.   Create shortcuts of your mathematical formulae or questions. This saves a lot of time in the paper.