Air Force Common Admission Test
is held twice in a year by IAF in India. AFCAT is the only direct exam held by IAF to recruit officers. Graduates of BA, B Com, B Sc, MA, M Sc, M Com, MBA, BBA, BCA, MCA, B Tech, M Tech, BSc Biology, CA, ICWAI, LLB, and all other disciplines are eligible to apply for AFCAT exam.
Syllabus and questions asked in AFCAT exam is same for all candidates. Generally the questions of AFCAT are based on 10+2 level or lesser and facilitate better competition among all the aspirants.
Syllabus of AFCAT examination
AFCAT syllabus is divided into four parts. First part deals with general awareness. Second part of AFCAT syllabus consists of verbal ability questions of English. AFCAT third part questions are based on numerical ability. Last but not least, fourth part of AFCAT syllabus
consists of reasoning and military aptitude test.
- Civics, Basic Science
- Current Affairs
Verbal Ability in English
- Error Detection
- Sentence Completion
- Antonyms and Testing of Vocabulary
- Decimal Fraction
- Profit & loss
- Ratio & Proportion and
- Simple interest
Reasoning and Military Aptitude Test
- Verbal Skills and
- Spatial Ability