sim·u·la·tion - [sim-yuh-ley-shuhn] — noun — imitation or enactment, as of something anticipated or in testing.
Simulation, why is it important? The answer is obvious. We practice and we simulate because we do not want any error in the final shot.
We are sure you must have made a strategy to attempt your CTET exam. Some of you must have thought of attempting all the pedagogy questions first. Some must have thought of attempting their favorite subjects first, while others must have prepared themselves to give equal time to all subjects.
However, have you ever thought if your preparation and strategy is fool-proof, and will not deceive you on the test day? Or is there a better way to attempt your CTET and clear it in one go? Well. The best way to test your entire hypothesis is to go for simulation CTET… also known as mock tests.
Taking CTET practice mock tests will help you in many ways.
- Mock tests will help you get yourself acquainted with the concept and paper structure
- They will help you test your paper-taking strategy before-hand, and check if you need to re-plan it.
- Practice mock tests will also help you to know your strength and weaknesses. And the rules of clearing any paper are always the same: Leverage your strengths, and improve your weaknesses.
- They will also help you with time management — one of the critical factors in CTET.
- And finally, it will make you more confident while taking the actual exam.
Therefore we would recommend all the CTET aspirants to attempt as many practice mock tests as possible, and clear their CTET in first attempt, in a more confident way.