How to Prepare for TS TET Exam 2023?

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TS TET Preparation Tips

TS TET Preparation 2023:The Telangana State Teacher Eligibility Test or the TS TET is conducted by the Department of School Education, Government of Telangana. The TS TET exam is conducted once a year. The exam is conducted for students who want to make their career in the teaching sector. The TS TET entrance exam is conducted in two levels which are Level 1 and Level 2.

The aspirants qualifying for the level 1 exam are recruited as primary teachers (classes 1-5) and the candidates qualifying for the level 2 exam are recruited as upper primary teachers (classes 6-8) in the private or government schools of Telangana. In the below-mentioned article, the candidates will get to know about the TS TET Preparation tips and the Best books for the TS TET entrance exam 2023.

Particulars Details
Exam Full NameTelangana State Teacher Eligibility Test
Exam Short NameTS TET
Conducting BodyDepartment of School Education, Government of Telangana
Exam ModeOffline
Total Questions150 MCQs in each paper 
Exam DurationPaper 1 & 2: 150 minutes
Marking scheme +1 for each correct answer
No negative marking 
Exam MediumEnglish & Telugu/ Urdu/ Bengali/ Gujarati/ Hindi/ Kannada/ Marathi/ Tamil
Official Website

TS TET Preparation Tips 

The candidates who are appearing for the TS TET 2023 entrance exam must note that the conducting body will soon be releasing the exam dates on their official website. Therefore, candidates must follow these preparation tips for the TS TET to ace the exam:

  • Make a timetable to finish the entire syllabus of TS TET.
  • Practice the Previous year’s question papers and sample papers.
  • Make brief notes of both the papers and every subject.
  • Make a habit of reading newspapers, and magazines and watching the news.
  • Highlight important points while revising the topics
  • Take mock tests to analyze how much you have prepared.
  • Focus on improving your weak areas.
  • While practising mock tests and question papers candidates must focus on solving the paper in the given time with accuracy

Also Read: TS TET Exam Dates 2023: Exam Schedule (Out)

Best Books for TS TET

The candidates appearing for the TS TET  must start preparing for the entrance exam. The best books can help candidates ace the exam preparation within a shorter time, leaving scope for revision. Hence, candidates aspiring to apply for the TS TET 2023 must recommend the below-mentioned books for the TS TET 2023:

Child Pedagogy

BooksAuthor/ Publication
CTET Child Development & PedagogyAgarwal Examcart
Advanced Pedagogy & Child Development, Prateek Shivalik
Child Development & Pedagogy for CTET & STETDisha Experts

English Language

Books Author/Publication
English LanguageGeeta Sahni
English for Competitive ExaminationWren & Martin
General EnglishS P Bakshi


BooksAuthor/ Publication
The Pearson Guide to Quantitative AptitudeDinesh Khattar
Quantitative Aptitude,R S Aggarwal
Fast Track Objective ArithmeticRajesh Verma

Environmental Studies

BooksAuthor/ Publication
Rapid Environmental Studies English Medium BookDr Sajid Ali
CTET and TET Environmental Studies and Pedagogy,Arihant Experts
CTET Environmental StudiesWiley Publication

Must Read: TS TET FAQs 2023 


How to prepare for the TS TET exam?

To prepare for the TS TET Exam the students should make the timetable according to the subjects and topics, make important notes for the revision, and highlight the important points or topics. Take the mock tests, previous year’s question papers and sample papers.

What are the minimum marks for TSTET?

Minimum qualifications for TS-TET paper – I (CLASSES I TO V): (i) Intermediate / Senior Secondary (or its equivalent) with at least 50% marks. (ii) Intermediate / Senior Secondary (or its equivalent) with at least 45% marks. In respect of SC/ ST/ BC/ Differently Abled candidates, the minimum marks shall be 40%.

Q3- Is there a negative marking in the TS TET exam?

No, there is no negative marking in the TS TET exam 2023.

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