Goa TET 2021: Admit Card, exam date and everything you need to know

Goa TET 2021 will be held across multiple centres on November 21, 2021.
Goa TET 2021: Admit Card, exam date and everything you need to know
Goa TET 2021 to be held on November 21

The School Examination Board, Goa, is expected to release the admit card of Goa Teacher Eligibility Test 2021, or Goa TET 2021, on November 2021. The exam will be held across multiple centres on November 21, 2021.

Candidates who have applied for the exam are advised to keep a tab on the official website for the admit card. Candidates are advised to go through the Goa TET syllabus once, to ensure whether they have covered all the topics before the exam.

All those who are going to appear for the Goa TET exam in the upcoming days can check out the exam day guidelines as mentioned in the space below:

1. Candidates must go through the reporting time as mentioned in the call letter. Goa TET Paper 1 starts at 9 am while paper 2 begins at 1.30 pm, they must try to reach the exam centre at least 60 minutes before the exam.
2. It is always advisable to print the Goa TET admit card on A4 size paper with all details printed on it. Along with this, candidates have to carry a government-issued photo ID proof (Adhaar card, Pan card or Voter ID Card).
3. Carrying your own ballpoint pen and a water bottle are also mandatory for the TET examination.
4. Additionally, a mask and a 50 ml bottle of hand sanitiser to follow and observe the COVID protocols are required. The candidates must refrain from asking anything from their fellow students citing their own safety.
Locate the exam centre at least a day prior to the exam. For this, they can take the help of Google Maps or also visit the location physically. This always saves a lot of time on the Goa TET exam day and prevents them from being late for the exam.

The Goa TET exam is for the candidates who wish to possess their future as a teacher. The Goa TET 2021 is for the candidates aiming to become teachers in Primary (1st to 5th) and higher Primary (6th to 8th) schools within the state of Goa.

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