The terms mean, median and mode are used to describe the central tendency of a large data set. Range provides provides context for the mean, median and mode. Read More
CTET Mathematics include two important sections, CONTENT & PEDAGOGY and 50% questions are based on Pedagogy. The purpose of this eBook is to provide you quick revision notes on Mathematics Pedagogy. We have also provided questions from previous year’s exams to help you understand type of questions being asked on this topic. Read More
Study notes and question on NCF 2005.
The purpose of this eBook is to provide you quick revision notes on National Curriculum Framework 2005 which is basically a 150+ page document. Questions based on NCF 2005 are frequently asked in CTET, State TETs and other teaching related exams ( TGT, PRT, PGT & B. Ed Entrance Exams). We have also provided questions from previous year’s exams to help you understand type of questions being asked on this topic. Read More
Mensuration is the branch of mathematics which deals with the study of different geometrical shapes,their areas and Volume. Here we are providing you Some important formulas which is used in mensuration which are useful in CTET, , State TET, TRT and other exams. Read More
The concept of ratio and proportion is one of the most essential concepts in maths.
A ratio is a relationship between two numbers that defines the quantity of the first in comparison to the second. Ratios can be written in the fractional form. For example: 3:7 or 3/7.
When quantities are proportional, their ratios are equal. Read More
Following theories of Child Development are very important for CTET and State TET exams.
- Piaget’s theory of Cognitive Development
- Vygotsky’s theory of Socio-Cultural Development
- Kohlberg’s theory of Moral Development
- Pavlov’s Theory of Classical Conditioning
- Skinner’s Theory of Operant Conditioning
- Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences
Every year 5 to 6 questions are asked in both paper I and paper II. We are providing questions (80+) from previous year papers for quick revision.
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Properties of Parallel Lines –
- The basic characteristic of Parallel Lines is they never meet at any point
- The distance between two Parallel Lines would always be same at every point
- Any third line will cut Parallel Lines at same angles
- Any straight line cutting Parallel Lines is called Transversal
- Two Transversals cutting Parallel lines at same angle would also be Parallel in themselves
- Any line Parallel to one Parallel Line would be Parallel to all Parallel Lines