Grand Mock Test 3 Central Teachers Eligibility Test 2020

COACHING -EDUCATIONAL POINT 

All questions in CTET test will be Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs), each carrying one mark, with four alternatives out of which one answer will be correct. There will be no negative marking.

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Grand Mock Test 3

Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET)
CENTRAL BOARD OF SECONDARY EDUCATION

Grand Mock Test 3

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भारत की प्रथम अन्तरिक्ष में यात्रा करने वाली महिला _______

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रामायण का रचयिता _________

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छंद के लक्षण के संबंध में कौनसा कथन सही है?

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राम गया है। वाक्य में कौन सा काल है?

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‘गौशाला’ में कौन-सा समास है?

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जिनका उच्चारण ऊपर के दाँतों पर जीभ लगाने से होता है, उसे क्या कहते हैं?

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‘शेर दहाड़ता है’ वाक्य में क्रिया होगी –

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‘मोहन हँसता है’ वाक्य में क्रिया है –

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निम्न में से क्रिया का मूल रूप कहलाता है –

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निम्न में से सकर्मक क्रिया का उदाहरण है-

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Direction: Read the given passage carefully and answer the questions (Question Nos. 76 to 80) that follow by selecting the most appropriate option.
The first thing which a scholar should bear in mind is that a book ought not to be read for mere amusement. Half-educated persons read for amusment, and are not to be blamed for it; they are incapable of appreciating the deeper qualities that belong to a really great literature. But a young man who has passed through a course of University training should discipline himself at an early day never to of discipline has been formed, he will find it impossible to read for mere amusement. And once the habit of discipline has been formed, he will find it impossible to read for mere amusement. He will then impatiently throw down any book from which he cannot obtain intellectual food, any book which does not make an appeal to the higher emotions and to his intellect. But on the other, the habit of reading for amusement becomes with thousands of people exactly the same king of habit as wine-drinking or opium-smoking; it is like a narcotic, something that helps to pass the time, something that keeps up a perpetual condition of dreaming, something that eventually results in destroying all capacity for though, giving exercise only to the surface parts of the mind and leaving the deeper springs of feelings and the higher faculties of perception unemployed.

The word ‘unemployed’ in the passage means

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Direction: Read the given passage carefully and answer the questions (Question Nos. 76 to 80) that follow by selecting the most appropriate option.
The first thing which a scholar should bear in mind is that a book ought not to be read for mere amusement. Half-educated persons read for amusment, and are not to be blamed for it; they are incapable of appreciating the deeper qualities that belong to a really great literature. But a young man who has passed through a course of University training should discipline himself at an early day never to of discipline has been formed, he will find it impossible to read for mere amusement. And once the habit of discipline has been formed, he will find it impossible to read for mere amusement. He will then impatiently throw down any book from which he cannot obtain intellectual food, any book which does not make an appeal to the higher emotions and to his intellect. But on the other, the habit of reading for amusement becomes with thousands of people exactly the same king of habit as wine-drinking or opium-smoking; it is like a narcotic, something that helps to pass the time, something that keeps up a perpetual condition of dreaming, something that eventually results in destroying all capacity for though, giving exercise only to the surface parts of the mind and leaving the deeper springs of feelings and the higher faculties of perception unemployed.

The word ‘eventually’ in the passage means

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Direction: Read the given passage carefully and answer the questions (Question Nos. 76 to 80) that follow by selecting the most appropriate option.
The first thing which a scholar should bear in mind is that a book ought not to be read for mere amusement. Half-educated persons read for amusment, and are not to be blamed for it; they are incapable of appreciating the deeper qualities that belong to a really great literature. But a young man who has passed through a course of University training should discipline himself at an early day never to of discipline has been formed, he will find it impossible to read for mere amusement. And once the habit of discipline has been formed, he will find it impossible to read for mere amusement. He will then impatiently throw down any book from which he cannot obtain intellectual food, any book which does not make an appeal to the higher emotions and to his intellect. But on the other, the habit of reading for amusement becomes with thousands of people exactly the same king of habit as wine-drinking or opium-smoking; it is like a narcotic, something that helps to pass the time, something that keeps up a perpetual condition of dreaming, something that eventually results in destroying all capacity for though, giving exercise only to the surface parts of the mind and leaving the deeper springs of feelings and the higher faculties of perception unemployed.

The word ‘narcotic’ in the passage means

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Direction: Read the given passage carefully and answer the questions (Question Nos. 76 to 80) that follow by selecting the most appropriate option.
The first thing which a scholar should bear in mind is that a book ought not to be read for mere amusement. Half-educated persons read for amusment, and are not to be blamed for it; they are incapable of appreciating the deeper qualities that belong to a really great literature. But a young man who has passed through a course of University training should discipline himself at an early day never to of discipline has been formed, he will find it impossible to read for mere amusement. And once the habit of discipline has been formed, he will find it impossible to read for mere amusement. He will then impatiently throw down any book from which he cannot obtain intellectual food, any book which does not make an appeal to the higher emotions and to his intellect. But on the other, the habit of reading for amusement becomes with thousands of people exactly the same king of habit as wine-drinking or opium-smoking; it is like a narcotic, something that helps to pass the time, something that keeps up a perpetual condition of dreaming, something that eventually results in destroying all capacity for though, giving exercise only to the surface parts of the mind and leaving the deeper springs of feelings and the higher faculties of perception unemployed.

The writer believes that half-educated persons are not able to

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Direction: Read the given passage carefully and answer the questions (Question Nos. 71 to 75) that follow by selecting the most appropriate option.
Antarctica is an icy continent in the South Pole. It is covered by permanently frozen ground, is surrounded by water and is about 1.5 times longer than the United States. The world’s largest desert is in Antarctica. 90% of the land is covered with a continental ice sheet; the remaining 2% of land is barren rock. Antarctica has about 87% of the world’s ice. The South Pole is the coldest, windiest and driest place on Earth. The coldest temperature ever recorded on Earth was at the South Pole; it reached as low as – 128.6 oF or -88.0oC. On an average most of the Antarctica gets less than 2 inches of snow each year. Although scientific expeditions visit Antarctica, there are no permanent human residents. This is because of the extreme weather, which includes freezing temperature, strong winds and blizzards. There are about 4000 seasonal visitors to Antarctica. Antarctica hasn’t always been located at the South Pole. It has drifted, like the other continents and has ranged from the Equator during the Cambrian period, about 500 million years ago to the South Pole. During the time of the dinosaurs, Antarctica was more temperate and housed dinosaurs and many other life-forms. Now there is very little indigenous life.

Who are the earliest known inhabitants of Antarctica?

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Direction: Read the given passage carefully and answer the questions (Question Nos. 71 to 75) that follow by selecting the most appropriate option.
Antarctica is an icy continent in the South Pole. It is covered by permanently frozen ground, is surrounded by water and is about 1.5 times longer than the United States. The world’s largest desert is in Antarctica. 90% of the land is covered with a continental ice sheet; the remaining 2% of land is barren rock. Antarctica has about 87% of the world’s ice. The South Pole is the coldest, windiest and driest place on Earth. The coldest temperature ever recorded on Earth was at the South Pole; it reached as low as – 128.6 oF or -88.0oC. On an average most of the Antarctica gets less than 2 inches of snow each year. Although scientific expeditions visit Antarctica, there are no permanent human residents. This is because of the extreme weather, which includes freezing temperature, strong winds and blizzards. There are about 4000 seasonal visitors to Antarctica. Antarctica hasn’t always been located at the South Pole. It has drifted, like the other continents and has ranged from the Equator during the Cambrian period, about 500 million years ago to the South Pole. During the time of the dinosaurs, Antarctica was more temperate and housed dinosaurs and many other life-forms. Now there is very little indigenous life.

Has Antarctica always been fixed in the South Pole?

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Direction: Read the given passage carefully and answer the questions (Question Nos. 71 to 75) that follow by selecting the most appropriate option.
Antarctica is an icy continent in the South Pole. It is covered by permanently frozen ground, is surrounded by water and is about 1.5 times longer than the United States. The world’s largest desert is in Antarctica. 90% of the land is covered with a continental ice sheet; the remaining 2% of land is barren rock. Antarctica has about 87% of the world’s ice. The South Pole is the coldest, windiest and driest place on Earth. The coldest temperature ever recorded on Earth was at the South Pole; it reached as low as – 128.6 oF or -88.0oC. On an average most of the Antarctica gets less than 2 inches of snow each year. Although scientific expeditions visit Antarctica, there are no permanent human residents. This is because of the extreme weather, which includes freezing temperature, strong winds and blizzards. There are about 4000 seasonal visitors to Antarctica. Antarctica hasn’t always been located at the South Pole. It has drifted, like the other continents and has ranged from the Equator during the Cambrian period, about 500 million years ago to the South Pole. During the time of the dinosaurs, Antarctica was more temperate and housed dinosaurs and many other life-forms. Now there is very little indigenous life.

The word ‘windiest’ in the passage is a

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Direction: Read the given passage carefully and answer the questions (Question Nos. 71 to 75) that follow by selecting the most appropriate option.
Antarctica is an icy continent in the South Pole. It is covered by permanently frozen ground, is surrounded by water and is about 1.5 times longer than the United States. The world’s largest desert is in Antarctica. 90% of the land is covered with a continental ice sheet; the remaining 2% of land is barren rock. Antarctica has about 87% of the world’s ice. The South Pole is the coldest, windiest and driest place on Earth. The coldest temperature ever recorded on Earth was at the South Pole; it reached as low as – 128.6 oF or -88.0oC. On an average most of the Antarctica gets less than 2 inches of snow each year. Although scientific expeditions visit Antarctica, there are no permanent human residents. This is because of the extreme weather, which includes freezing temperature, strong winds and blizzards. There are about 4000 seasonal visitors to Antarctica. Antarctica hasn’t always been located at the South Pole. It has drifted, like the other continents and has ranged from the Equator during the Cambrian period, about 500 million years ago to the South Pole. During the time of the dinosaurs, Antarctica was more temperate and housed dinosaurs and many other life-forms. Now there is very little indigenous life.

The word ‘desert’ in the passage is a

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Direction: Read the given passage carefully and answer the questions (Question Nos. 71 to 75) that follow by selecting the most appropriate option.
Antarctica is an icy continent in the South Pole. It is covered by permanently frozen ground, is surrounded by water and is about 1.5 times longer than the United States. The world’s largest desert is in Antarctica. 90% of the land is covered with a continental ice sheet; the remaining 2% of land is barren rock. Antarctica has about 87% of the world’s ice. The South Pole is the coldest, windiest and driest place on Earth. The coldest temperature ever recorded on Earth was at the South Pole; it reached as low as – 128.6 oF or -88.0oC. On an average most of the Antarctica gets less than 2 inches of snow each year. Although scientific expeditions visit Antarctica, there are no permanent human residents. This is because of the extreme weather, which includes freezing temperature, strong winds and blizzards. There are about 4000 seasonal visitors to Antarctica. Antarctica hasn’t always been located at the South Pole. It has drifted, like the other continents and has ranged from the Equator during the Cambrian period, about 500 million years ago to the South Pole. During the time of the dinosaurs, Antarctica was more temperate and housed dinosaurs and many other life-forms. Now there is very little indigenous life.

The word ‘icy’ in the passage is a/an

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Pre conventional level

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Directions: Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option.

In Vygotsky’s theory, which step of development gets neglected?

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As a teacher while delivering a lesson in the class you keep on putting questions simultaneously, which of the following measures are you following?

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According to Howard Gardner’s thoughts of multiple intelligence, which of the following options given below is correct?

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Socialization of child is done in such a way, so as to expect them to-

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Montessori philosophy is developed by

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Concrete operation stage of Piaget’s Cognitive Development Theory is not characterized by the following abilities

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Concrete operation stage of Piaget’s Cognitive Development Theory is not characterized by the following abilities

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Directions : Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option.
Alfred Binet‘s test was developed to:

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Originally how many items were arranged in the Binet-Simon scale?

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The main characteristic of basic instinct is that which is found only in

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Pre conventional level

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"पाठिका" शब्द में प्रत्यय है।

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"तज्जय" शब्द का संधि विच्छेद है।

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वाक्य में प्रयुक्त कारक है।

अरे भाई! झूठ बोलना पाप है।

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As we got older we just grew apart. The underlined word in the sentence mean

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Choose the plural form of the words given in the brackets:
......(ox) and ......(goose) are animals.

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He has been asked to account for his conduct in the past week.

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Directions : Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option.
In the Bruner’s theory ,“the iconic stage” is, in which____

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An inclusive school reflects on all the following questions except :

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Karuna finishes all his work quicker other children in her class. Then she is most likely –

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There will be two papers of CTET.

  • (i) Paper I will be for a person who intents to be a teacher for classes I to V.
  • (ii) Paper II will be for a person who intents to be a teacher for classes VI to VIII.

Note: A person who intents to be a teacher for both levels (classes I to V and classes

  • VI to VIII) will have to appear in both the papers (Paper I and Paper II).

CTET 2020Paper I (for classes I to V): Duration of examination – one-and-a-half hours

Structure and Content (All Compulsory): Central Teachers Eligibility Test 2020

(i) Child Development and Pedagogy 30 MCQs 30 Marks
(ii) Language I 30 MCQs 30 Marks
(iii) Language II 30 MCQs 30 Marks
(iv) Mathematics 30 MCQs 30 Marks
(v) Environmental Studies 30 MCQs 30 Marks
Total 150 MCQs 150 Marks

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