Army Public School AWES PGT Exam Pattern and Preparation Tips

Army Public School AWES PGT Exam Pattern and Preparation Tips
Army Public School AWES PGT Exam Pattern and Preparation Tips

To crack the Army Public school AWES PGT/PRT 2019 exam the candidates have to practice the previous year question paper of different subjects for which the candidates are applying this year. It will help the candidates to improve their speed of attempting more questions in minimum time with accuracy.

Selection process:

Stage 1:

Screening exam:

A Screening test will be conducted on 19th and 20th October 2019. The screening test shall be done online, and the candidates who qualify this round will be given scorecards.

The scorecard will be available on the registration portal, and the candidates can download it. The card will be valid throughout life, provided the candidate takes up the teaching position in any CBSE school for at least one year within three years of getting the scorecard.

Scorecard will make the candidate eligible to appear for the remaining stages of the selection process.

Stage 2: 

Interview:

The Interview may be or may not be held at the location of the school. The Interview may be conducted at the discretion of the local management.

Stage 3: 

Evaluation of teaching skills and computer efficiency.

The official website through which the candidates can get all the details are http://aps-csb.in/ .

Exam pattern:

Post Paper Contents Duration Marks Type of questions
PGT/TGT Part A General awareness, English comprehension, mental ability, educational methodology and concepts 3 hours 90 Objective type
  Part B Specific to subject   90 Objective type
PRT Part A Same as part A for PGT/TGT 1 hour 30 minutes 90 Objective type

Last-minute Preparation tips:

  • Revise the important topics.
  • Time management- allot proper time to each section.
  • Try not to give more than 1 minute at any question.
  • Move to the other question, if not sure of the problem you are trying to solve.
  • Read the complete question paper first.
  • Avoid the guess works.
  • Maintain speed and accuracy.
  • Don’t take the stress.
  • Don’t forget to take the proofs.

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