REET Exam 2022: The process of applying for Rajasthan Teacher Eligibility Test 2022 i.e. REET exam has been closed. This year more than 16 lakh candidates have applied for this exam. REET Exam Window has been opened for correction in the application form of the candidates who have applied for The candidates who applied in this examination can make changes in the application form from today i.e. 25 May 2022. Candidates can make corrections in their application form by 27th May 2022. (REET 2022 Application Form) can do. The exam details for this vacancy has already been released.
REET 2022 exam from Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education (REET 2022 Exam Date) Will be held on 23rd and 24th July. Applicants will be able to download their admit cards from 4 PM on 14th July 2022. There are two papers in REET exam. The exam timings for REET Paper-1 are from 10 AM to 12.30 PM and for Paper-2 (Level-1) the timings are from 3 PM to 5.30 PM. Candidates can check the complete details on the official website reetbser2022.in.
More than 16 lakh applicants for REET 2022
A total of 16 lakh 44 thousand 246 candidates have registered for REET Level 1 and Level 2 examination. In this, 3,86,508 candidates have applied for the exam in level one, while 12,57,738 candidates have applied for the level two exam. Candidates can check the complete details of the examination in the notification available on the website.
Correction can be done till May 27
Candidates who have applied for the REET exam can now make online corrections in the application form from May 25 to May 27. Candidates cannot change their name, father’s name, mother’s name, date of birth, exam level, photo, signature and mobile number in their application. Apart from this, corrections can be made in other details.
REET Exam Pattern: REET Level 1 & 2 Exam Pattern
There are two papers in Rajasthan REET exam. There is Paper 1 (Primary Level) and Paper 2 (Upper Primary Level). REET Paper 1 is for those candidates who want to teach classes 1 to 5 while Paper 2 is for those candidates who want to teach classes 6 to 8. Paper 1 consists of five sections whereas Paper 2 has four sections.
There are 150 questions in each paper which has to be completed in 150 minutes (2:30 hours). All questions carry equal marks i.e. maximum marks are of 150. There is no negative marking for wrong answer or no attempt question. All the questions asked in the exam are based on the topics given in the official syllabus of REET.