Air Force Common Aptitude Test
Air Force Common Aptitude Test is conducted by IAF. It is conducted twice a year. Those candidates who want to make their career in Indian Air Force will have to qualify this test. Recently AFCAT was successfully conducted at various centres in India. Large number of candidates took this examination.
Air Force Common Admission Test also known as AFCAT is conducted for the admission of eligible candidates in Flying Branch, Technical Branch and Ground Duty Branches of Indian Air Force. AFCAT Exam is scheduled to be held every year for all the eligible applicants. You can find the details of the examination. The Air Force Common Admission Test will consist of 100 questions and each question will be of three marks. So total marks for all questions will be 300. As far as negative marking is concerned, there is one-third negative marking in AFCAT exam. For every wrong answer, 1 mark will be deducted as penalty.
Applications are invited from Men and Women candidates for Air Force Common Admission Test (AFCAT) 02/2016 for the Courses commencing July 2017
Invites applications from bright young engineers to join in the Air Force for grant of Short Service Commission in Flying Branch and Permanent/ Short Service Commission (PSC/ SSC) in Technical and Ground Duty Branches for the following courses for Men and Women.
– Flying Branch Short Service Commission (SSC) Men, Age : 20-24 years
– Technical Branch Short Service Commission (SSC) Men, Age : 20-26 years
– Technical Branch Permanent Commission (PC) Men, Age : 20-26 years
– Ground Duty Branch Short Service Commission (SSC) Men, Age : 20-26 years
– Ground Duty Branch Permanent Commission (PC) Men, Age : 20-26 years
– Flying Branch Short Service Commission (SSC) Women / Female, Age : 20-24 years
-Technical Branch Short Service Commission (SSC) Women / Female, Age : 20-26 years
– Ground Duty Branch Short Service Commission (SSC) Women / Female, Age : 20-26 years
The AFCAT paper will consist of four sections:
- General Awareness
- Verbal Ability
- Numerical Ability
- Reasoning & Military Aptitude Test
There will be Multiply Choice Based Questions of 3 marks each. The candidates will be penalized in the form of deduction of 1 marks for every wrong answers attempted by them. The duration of AFCAT Exam will be 2 Hours.
(a) AFCAT Exam Syllabus for General Awareness: History, Sports, Geography, Environment, Culture, Current Affairs, Politics , Civics, Basic Sciences, Defence, Art etc
(b) Verbal Ability in English: Comprehension, Error Detection, Synonyms, Antonyms, and Testing of Vocabulary, Sentence Completion etc.
(c) Numerical Ability: Decimal Fraction, Simplification, Average, Percentage, Ratio & Proportion, and Simple Interest, Profit & Loss, Time and distance etc.
(d) Reasoning and Military Aptitude Test section: Verbal Skills Non Verbal Ability and Spatial Ability etc.
Last Date online apply: 30 June 2016
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