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UPTET 2021 Exam Day Instructions & Last Minute Tips

Diksha Sharma
Diksha SharmaUpdated On: December 23, 2021 | UPTET

UPTET 2021 exam will be conducted on January 23, 2022. The candidates can find on this page the detailed exam day instructions and last-minute tips for the exam.

UPTET 2021 Exam Day Instructions

UPTET 2021: The UPTET 2021 exam will be conducted on January 23, 2022. By now, the candidates must have started revising their syllabus for the test. Being thorough with the syllabus is a must for the candidates as it will help them score well in the exam. However, it is also not advisable for the candidates to avoid the exam day instructions and last-minute tips which can also help the candidates score well in the exam. Often students who know how to manage their learning and revise at the last minute tend to stand ahead of the competition. 

The candidates can check below the UPTET 2021 exam day instructions and last-minute tips to help them score well in the exam.

UPTET 2021 Exam Pattern Highlights

Before moving on to the exam day instructions, the candidates must be aware of the detailed exam pattern for the exam. This will help the students understand what kind of questions they will get in the test, how should they answer the questions, and how to manage their time in the exam. The important highlights for UPTET 2021 exam pattern are given below:

Exam Duration

2 hours and 30 Minutes

Mode of Exam

Online

Medium

English and Hindi (Except Language Papers)

Total Papers

2, Paper-I and Paper-II

Number of Questions

150

Total Marks

150

Marking Pattern

1 mark for each question

Negative Marking

No negative marking

UPTET 2021 Exam Day Instructions & Last Minute Tips

Given below are the UPTET 2021 exam day instructions and last-minute tips for the students:

  • The candidates must practice the previous exam question papers and sample papers which will help them understand the question pattern well.

  • Do not learn any new subject at the last minute of the exam. This will only confuse you and you might end up marking wrong answers in the test.

  • The candidates must download and keep the admit card as and when it releases. It is mandatory for all the candidates to bring the admit card in order to sit for the test.

  • The students must also bring government-issued ID cards and passport size photographs that match the application form submitted by the students.

  • It is also important for the candidates to visit the exam at least one or two hours before the pre-examination process. No student will be allowed to enter the exam hall if they come late.

  • Make sure that you wear a mask, bring sanitizer and maintain proper social distancing at the exam hall.

  • The students will have to submit the admit card whenever asked by the exam invigilators.

  • No students will be allowed to bring any unfair means to the hall such as a digital watch, paper sheets, formula tables, or any electronic devices. Any student found to be using these unfair means will be disqualified from the exam.

  • Before the exam starts, the candidates must read the complete instructions for the exam.

  • In case of any confusion, the candidates must ask the exam instructor only. No student is allowed to ask anything from other candidates.

  • The students must use only the sheet provided by the exam instructor for rough paperwork. The rough paper must be submitted after the exam.

  • No student will be allowed to leave the exam hall until and unless the exam is over.

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