AP DEECET Previous Year Question Papers – Candidates can download AP DEECET Previous Year Question Papers from this page. Commissioner of School Education, Government of AP conducts Andhra Pradesh Diploma in Elementary Education Common Entrance Test (AP DEECET) for the students who want to get admission to D.El.Ed. It is an examination conducted at the state level. The previous years question papers is one of the best study material for preparation before the actual exam. It gives a rough idea to the students about the exam pattern, structure of the question paper, nature of questions in exam and get to know about the topics on which they need to focus more. Get here AP DEECET Previous Year Question Papers for better preparation.
AP DEECET Previous Year Question Papers
Admission to AP DEECET is based on the basis of their performance in the entrance. So candidates appearing for upcoming must solve the previous year papers to get familiar with the paper pattern and type of questions that are asked in the exam. Candidates can check below the previous year question papers for AP DEECET.
AP DEECET Question Paper 2021
AP DEECET Answer Key 2021
AP DEECET Question Paper 2020
AP DEECET Answer Key 2020
AP DEECET Question Paper 2019
AP DEECET Answer Key 2019
AP DEECET Question Paper 2018
AP DEECET Answer Key 2018
Importance of AP DEECET Previous Year Papers
Candidates can check the importance of AP DEECET previous year papers from below.
- Nature of Questions in exam
- important topics from which questions are asked
- Overall difficulty level of exam
- Number of questions asked in the exam, every year/ frequently
- Number of questions asked from each section
AP DEECET Exam Pattern
Candidates can check the AP DEECET Exam Pattern from below.
|Part-A||No. of questions||Question Number
|Teaching Aptitude||05||1 – 5||05|
|General Knowledge||05||6 – 10||05|
|english||05||11 – 15||05|
|Telugu||05||16 – 20||05|
|Opted Language ( Telugu /
Tamil / Urdu / English)
|10||21 – 30||10|
|Mathematics||10||31 – 40||10|
|General Science||10||41 – 50||10|
|Social Studies||10||51 – 60||10|
|Part-B||No. of questions||Questions||Marks|
|Mathematics||40||61 – 100||40|
a) Physics (20)
b) Chemistry (20)
|40||61 – 80
a) Botany (20)
b) Zoology (20)
|40||61 – 80
81 – 100
a) History (13)
b) Economics (13)
c) Civics (13)
d) History/Economics/ Civics (1)
|40||61 – 100||40|
Important books recommended for AP DEECET Preparation
Check the books given below for AP DEECET. Make sure proper set of books are selected for the preparation of the exam.
|PAWAN D.EL.ED GUIDE (FIRST SEMESTER)||Buy Here|
|Uttar Pradesh BTC Deled 1st Semester ( All Papers All Subjects Set )
|Pawan D.El.ED. Guide II Semester
By Sahitya Prakashan
|NIOS D.El.Ed. First Year Book Combo-501 | 502 | 503 English Medium
By GPH Panel of Experts
|STAR D.EL.ED. (BTC) FIRST SEMESTER GUIDE (NEW SYLLABUS) SET OF 5 PAPERS
By Experienced Authors of DIET
Have the AP DEECET Question Papers? Now Here Are Some Important Preparation Tips
It is important to follow a tight schedule of study before the examinatiom. Candidates can follow the below preparation tips for better preparation.
- For any examination, it is important to make a proper time table in which all the topics can be covered. So, abide by this rule and prepare likewise for this exam too.
- Do not try to mug up the theories rather try to understand them so that it could be used later in life also.
- Refer to those books in which concepts are clearly stated. Make sure all the books are trustworthy.
- Before the examination, studying hard for the exam is important but more important is to revise all those concepts time and again.
About AP DEECET
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Andhra Pradesh Diploma in Elementary Education Elementary Test (AP DEECET) is conducted by Government of Andhra Pradesh to provide admission to students in Diploma in Elementary Education (D.El.Ed). AP DEECET shall be conducted in all the 13 Districts of the Andhra Pradesh State. The questions asked in AP DEECET are objective in nature ie multiple-choice questions. The seats are filled by the Convener and allotted as per the ranks secured by the candidates in the test. 80% of the seats in govt. institutions are reserved for Category A and 20% of the seats are reserved for the Category B.
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