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List of Most Important Topics for MP TET 2021-22: Check Last-Minute Tips

Vaibhav BansalUpdated On: March 04, 2022 08:30 am IST

The preparation tips along with the most important topics & exam pattern of MP TET 2021 have been mentioned. Check out the important chapters below. 

Important Topics and Last-Minute Tips for MP TET

MPTET is a state-level exam conducted by Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board (MPPEB) every year. This exam is conducted to recruit elementary-level teaching posts in state-government run schools. This year the MPTET exam is going to be conducted on March 05, 2022, for the primary school teacher posts. The registration process from which was started on December 14, 2021, and closed on January 02, 2022.

It is a popular exam in Madhya Pradesh as it helps the government recruit teachers for both primary and upper primary Government Schools in the state. So, candidates who are going to appear for this exam must go through this article to get a better idea about the exam. The exam pattern, important topics, and some tips have been shared below for your help.

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MP TET 2021 Exam Pattern

Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board will conduct the Teacher Eligibility Test via two papers, Paper-I(for teachers of Class 1 to 5) will be of 150 marks while Paper-II(for teachers of Class 6 to 8) will be of 200 marks. OMR sheet will be provided to the candidates to mark the correct answers to the Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs’). Given below is the exam pattern of both the Papers- 1 & 2, for the candidates who are preparing for MPTET 2021.

Paper 1: Teachers for Class 1 to 5


No. of Questions   


Child Development and Pedagogy    


2 ½ hours  

Language I


Language II




Environmental Studies



150 Questions

Paper 2: Teachers for Class 6 to 8


No. of Questions  


Language 1 (English/Hindi/Urdu/Sanskrit)


2 ½ hours  

Language 2 (English/Hindi/Urdu/ Sanskrit)   


Child Development and Pedagogy


Maths or Science


Social Science


Total Marks


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Important Topics for MPTET 2021



Child Development Pedagogy

Child Development (Primary School Children): Understanding Children with special needs, Learning Pedagogy, Concept of Inclusive Education, Mental health and behaviour issues of a child 

Social Studies/ Social Sciences

History, Geography, Social and Political Life, etc.

Language I (Hindi)

Reading comprehension-based questions and concepts for language development

Language II (English)

The reading comprehension-based questions in English and the development of language, speaking, reading, and writing skills


Numbers, Geometry, Shapes and Spatial Understanding, Algebra, Arithmetic, Fraction, Circle, Area and Perimeter

Environmental Studies

Water, Air, Earth, Solar System, Natural Resources, Parts of Body, Habitats, Food Resource and Care, Surroundings, global warming, green-house effect

Last-Minute Tips for MPTET 2021 Exam

Revise chapters 

Once you study a certain chapter that is coming in the exam, it is better to revise it multiple times to retain it in memory. This will help you to recap, review and recall everything much faster.

Avoid stress

You really do not need to feel stressed about your examination. It is also a good idea to avoid other people who can make you stressed, which may be your friends or family members. Try to do some breathing exercises to remove the stress of any sort. 

Get everything ready

Keep every document you need for the examination safe and ready. Don’t forget to take your admit card and original photo identity proof without which you won’t be able to sit for the exam. 

Eat healthy

Try to indulge in healthy food instead of junk or other unhealthy foods. Your health is quite important at this moment so you need to be highly careful about what you eat. Protein-rich foods like eggs and pulses have been proven to improve memory retention, mental alertness, and increase energy levels. Also, stay hydrated all the time because dehydration can cause fatigue, forgetfulness, and sluggishness. 

Be on time

There are no marks for punctuality but it is extremely important that you are not late for your exam. You should try to reach the examination center at least 30 minutes before the exam start time. This will give you enough time to relax and get accustomed to your surroundings. Under no circumstances should you be late, as this will create unnecessary stress and you may also be not allowed to appear for the exam. 

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