Indian Air Force coaching in sahibabad, ghaziabad
Air Force Common Admission Test (AFCAT) is the common written exam for Flying, Technical and Ground Duty branches of IAF. It is conducted by Indian Air Force and the test centers are approximately in every major city of our country. AFCAT exam is conducted twice in a year for which the first notification comes out in the month of December and Exam is conducted in the month of February while the second notification comes in the month of June and Exam takes place in the month of August.
Time - 2 Hours
Questions - 100
Correct Answer - (+)3 Marks Wrong Answer - (-)1 Mark
AFCAT exam consists of 100 questions and time duration of 2 Hours is given to the candidates to solve these questions, each question is of 3 marks that means for every correct answer candidate gets three marks and for every wrong answer 1 mark will be deducted under negative marking scheme. As per the last years result the Cut Off was 143 Marks but it may vary time to time. For AFCAT 02/2013 it was 116 Marks.
General Awareness - Geography, Sports, History, Politics, Civics, Defence, Culture, Art, Basic Science, Current Affairs, Environment etc.
Verbal Ability in English - Error Detection, Sentence Completion, Comprehension, Antonyms, Synonyms and Testing of Vocabulary.
Numerical Ability - Decimal Fraction, Profit & loss, Average, Simplification, Ratio & Proportion, Percentage and Simple interest.
Reasoning and Military Aptitude Test - Spatial Ability and Verbal Skills. EKT (Engineering Knowledge Test)
Time - 30 Minutes
Questions - 50
Correct Answer - (+)3 Marks
Wrong Answer - (-)1 Mark
IAF has included EKT (Engineering Knowledge Test) a 30 Minutes additional paper for the
candidates applying for technical branches, the paper will be conducted after AFCAT. The test will