DSC TEST 2013 Preparation Plan
To choose career as government teachers there are two ways among them Teachers Eligibility Test TET has come to an end. Now the only way to reach the goal is only to pass in Teachers eligibility and Selection Test, DSC TEST Exam. According to the changed schedule of DSC TEST exam there are 70 days left for the exam. Now we make an analysis on How to prepare for DSC TEST exam 2013 in the time remaining ? and How to make a schedule/plan to get success in the exam ?
160 Questions …150 minutes :
In the new pattern of exam as the weight age of 20 marks are given to the TET, DSC TEST exam 2013 is held for only 80 marks ( it is conducted for 100 marks in the past). There will be 160 questions in total. Each question carries 1/2 mark. Exam time is also reduced to 2 1/2 hrs. Syllabus is also changed according to the same level.
Changes in DSC TEST Exam 2013
Secondary Grade Teacher (SGT), School Assitant (SA) in these two posts there many changes are made in the syllabus. Few topics are added and few are removed. In the previous year for SGT post questions are asked on the topics like general knowledge, English, Content Methodology (Maths, Social, Science), Educational Psychology. In the new syllabus, Education Psychology, is replaced with Perspectives in Education. Along with English subject Telugu subject is also compulsory.
Changes in DSC TEST Syllabus 2013
If we observe the new syllabus, Content methodology is given importance. In both SGT and SA, syllabus is increased. In the past for SGT the limit is only till 7th class. Now it us changed as 1st to 8th class. In the same way for School Assistant post also the content limit is 6th to 10th class (last year questions in content are based on 8th, 9th and 10th classes).
DSC TEST Preparation Plan 2013
For both SGT and SA, questions will be given from content, teaching methodology, Perspectives in Education, GK in addition questions from languages are given for SGT posts. In these subjects you might have already prepared for Content, Methodology subjects in TET exam. So, this will be a plus point in preparation. As the DSC TEST syllabus is more compared to TET, you need to work a little hard. The TEST preparation plan 2013 should be changed.
Preparation should be done in application method. With the changed syllabus, the level of questions in increased. For example SGT content syllabus is increased to 8th class and level of questions is given as standard as well as linkages up to 10th class. This is to be kept in mind. The topics that are in 8th class and continued in 9th and 10th class books are to be concentrated to face the exam. In the same way, for SA also the content will be from 6th to 10th class and the standard of questions will be up to intermediate level. Here also topics which are continued from high school to 11th and 12th should be concentrated.
So called “Andhra Civils” , DSC TEST exam have tough level of competition. The time left for the DSC TEST preparation should be utilized very well. Time has to be divided according to the subjects to be prepared. Every 10 hours of time should be allocated for DSC TEST preparation. In this 10 hours, 4 hours should be allocated for content and methodology. In the same way, Perspectives in Education and GK should be allotted 3 hours of time. Taking breaks for every half an hour will benefit in your preparation.