TET MATHEMATICS QUESTIONS

1. The number sequence 12, 23, 34, 45, ...
A. includes both 100 and 1000
B. includes 100 but not 1000
C. includes 1000 but not 100
D. includes neither 100 nor 1000

2. The number x − y is greater than the number x + y. Which of the following conclusions can
we draw from this?
A. x and y are both positive
B. x and y are both negative
C. x is negative
D. y is negative

3. Choose the specification from those given
below, with which we cannot draw a triangle
A. AB = 6 cm., AC = 5 cm., ∠ABC = 30°
B. AB = 6 cm., AC = 4 cm., ∠ABC = 30°
C. AB = 6 cm., AC = 3 cm., ∠ABC = 30°
D. AB = 6 cm., AC = 2 cm., ∠ABC = 30°

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE MODEL QUESTIONS

1. 'AB' group blood can be donated to
A. 'A' Group only
B. 'B' Group only
C. 'O' Group only
D. 'AB' Group only

2. 'AB' group blood can be donated to
A. 'A' Group only
B. 'B' Group only
C. 'O' Group only
D. 'AB' Group only

3. The role of Science club is inevitable in Science Education. Which one of the following will you
disagree with?
A. To develop deep knowledge in class room science learning
B. To increase scientific interest
C. To understand scientific knowledge through experiments

ENGLISH PASSAGE QUESTIONS FOR TET

 Read the following passage and choose the right answer for the questions 1 -10
According to Greek mythology, Atlas was a Titan of enormous strength. After being defeated by the god Zeus, Atlas was forced to carry the earth and the sky for eternity. In depictions of Altas, he is shown as a stooped figure carrying the globe on his shoulders. Because of his association with globe, maps began to be decorated with this image of Atlas. Accordingly, the word 'Atlas' became a nickname for a collection of maps. Today, an atlas refers to any book that consists of a bound collection of maps. For example, an atlas can be made up of maps of the countries of the world ... Sometimes an atlas will also contain graphs and charts with other statistical information about religion, temperature, languages or population of a given area.

1. As used in the passage, which is the best synonym for 'accordingly'?
A. consequently
B. however
C. logically
D. naturally

2. Atlas supported the earth and the sky because
A. he was a titan of enormous strength
B. he was punished after losing to Zeus
C. he was associated with maps and globes
D. he was a slave to the god Zeus

3. This passage focuses on …………
A. Greek mythology B. culture, religion and climate of certain areas
C. how the term 'atlas' has been evolved D. the enormous strength of Atlas

4. Based on the passage, it can be inferred that the additional charts and graphs in an atlas can include
information about
I. Major languages
II. Average temperatures
III. Historical events

LANGUAGE COMPREHENSION MODEL

I. Language Comprehension
Read the following poem and choose the correct answer for the questions that follow:

Fallen Leaves
Why should I be the first to fall
Of all the leaves on this old tree?
Though sadly soon I know that all
Will lose their hold and follow me
While my birth - brothers bravely blow
Why should I be the first to go?
Why should I be the last to cling
Of all the leaves on this bleak bough?
I have fluttered since the fire of spring
And I am worn and withered now
I would escape the winter gale
And sleep soft - silvered by a snail.
When swoop the legions of the snow
To pitch their tents in roaring weather
We fallen leaves will lie below
And rot rejoicing together;
And from our rich and dark decay
Will laugh our brothers of the May.

1. Which of the following pairs of words do not rhyme?
A. Spring - cling 
B. together - weather
C. blow - bough 
D. snow - below

2. Which among the following phrases come nearer in meaning to "worn and withered"?
A. Hail and hearty 
B. Black and blue
C. Wear and tear 
D. Cut and dried

3. In the first stanza, what does the phrase "my birth - brothers" stand for?

A. Other trees 
B. Other leaves
C. Wind 
D. Other seasons

TET CHILD DEVELOPMENT AND PEDAGOGY MODEL QUESTIONS

1.  A mentally challenged child is not admitted in the school by the headmaster. Being a teacher in the same school, which of the following would help you arguing in favour of the child?
A. New education policy 1986
B. Kothari commission Report 1966
C. PWD Act 1995
D. PWD Act 1985

2. According to Piaget, a Mathematics teacher can teach, A + B = B + A, only when the child's cognitive development is at :
A. Sensori - motor stage
B. Preoperational stage
C. Concrete operational stage
D. Formal operational stage

3.A nursery teacher monitors a group of children, recording each instance of Altruistic
behavior as it occurs. The teacher uses 
A. Experimental method
B. Naturalistic observation
C. Case Study
D. Survey method

TET HISTORY QUESTIONS ANSWERS

1. Who were the first to call the river Sindhu, ‘Hindu’?

a) Persians 
b) Arabians
c) Turks
d) Egyptians

 Answer: a) Persians 

2. Who amongst the following brothers of Aurangazeb was condemned to death and his body paraded in Delhi?

a) Dara Shikoh
b) Murad Baksh
c) Khilji
d) Aurangazeb II

 Answer: a) Dara Shikoh

3. Which of the following committee report inquired into the working of diarchy as laid down in the Montague Chelmsford reforms?

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TET Questions and  Answers in Kannada

೧. ಬಾಬರ್ ನಿಧನವಾದದ್ದು  ಎಲ್ಲಿ
A. ದೆಹ್ಲಿ
B. ಆಗಾರ
C. ಕಾನಪುರ
D. ಅಹ್ಮದಾಬಾದ

Answer: C. ಕಾನಪುರ
೨.  250ರ 16% + 480ರ 115% = ?
A. 522
B. 588 
C. 592 
D. 598

Answer:

೩. 'Abolish' ಈ ಶಬದದ ವಿರುದಾಧಥಾಕ ಶಬದಯಾವುದು? 
A. Demolish 
B. Eliminate
C. Erdicate 
D. Establish