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TS TET Previous Question Papers 

TS TET Previous Question Papers are past Telangana State Teachers Eligibility Test exam papers. These papers are valuable resources for candidates preparing for the upcoming TS TET exams. By practicing with these papers, candidates can familiarize themselves with the exam pattern, the types of questions asked, and the difficulty level.

Purpose of TS TET Previous Question Papers

Understanding the Exam Better:

  • These papers give you an idea about how the exam is structured. You can see how many questions there are, how they are marked, and what topics are included.

Getting Better at Time Management:

  • By practicing with old papers, candidates learn to manage their time well. This is important for doing well in the real exam.

 Identify Important Topics

  • Looking at old papers helps candidates figure out which topics are most important. This lets them concentrate on those areas when they study.

Exam Pattern

The TS TET exam comprises two papers:

  1. Paper 1: For candidates aspiring to teach classes 1 to 5.

    • Sections: Child Development & Pedagogy, Environmental Studies, Mathematics, Language I, Language II (English)
    • Total Marks: 150
  2. Paper 2: For candidates aspiring to teach classes 6 to 8.

    • Sections: Child Development & Pedagogy, Language I, Language II (English), Optional Subjects (Mathematics & Science, Social & Science, General Telugu, etc.)
    • Total Marks: 150

Qualifying Criteria

The qualifying criteria for TS TET are as follows:

  • For General: 60% and above.
  • For BC: 50% and above.
  • For SC/ST/PwD: 40% and above.


TS TET’s previous question papers typically cover the following subjects:

  1. Child Development & Pedagogy
  2. Environmental Studies
  3. Mathematics
  4. Language I
  5. Language II (English)
  6. Optional Subjects based on Paper (Mathematics & Science, Social & Science, General Telugu, etc.)

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