AFCAT 1/2021 Paper Analysis: Indian Air Force on 21 February conducts the Air Force Common Admission Test (AFCAT) examination for the 2nd consecutive day. The examination is conducted following the social distancing & other guidelines. Based on the reports the AFCAT 01/2021 exam consisted of two papers e.g Paper 1 (Common) and Engineering Knowledge Test (EKT). After the Morning shift examination, an analysis of the AFCAT common test and EKT is being shared.
According to the schedule, AFCAT 1/2021 examination started at 9:00 am and lasted at 11:00 am for the first shift. The exam was conducted at the designated centers. The duration of the Paper 1 examination was two hours and a duration of one hour was given to answer the EKT paper.
After the first shift examination is over, an analysis is being provided by the experts on behalf of the reviews from the candidates. The overall difficulty level of the Paper 1 was comparatively easier than the last shift exam held on Saturday.
Air Force Common Admission Test (AFCAT) 01/2021 is scheduled to be held on 20, 21, and 22 February 2021. The exam will be held in two shifts- the first shift from 9:45 AM to 11:45 Am and the second shift from 2:15 PM to 4:50 PM. The reporting time of the first shift exam is 8:00 AM whereas, the second shift exam from 12:30 pm.
AFCAT Paper 1: According to the reports, AFCAT paper 1 was common for all candidates has lasted at 11:45 AM with a time duration of 2 hours. The maximum marks in the AFCAT Paper 1 were 300. According to the experts, the overall difficulty level of the first shift Paper 1 & 2 examinations was 'Moderate'. The examination consisted of 100 Multiple Choice Questions carrying a maximum of 300 marks.
The candidates were to answer the Paper 1 exam in a time duration of 2 hours. In the AFCAT 1/2021 examination questions were asked from General Awareness, English Verbal Ability, Numerical Ability and Reasoning, and Military Aptitude Test.
AFCAT Paper 1 & 2 Analysis: Video credit- Adda247
Paper 2 (EKT)- Questions were asked from Mechanical, Computer Science, and Electrical & Electronics. There were a total of 50 questions that were asked in paper 2. Each question carried a maximum of 3 marks, with a total of 150 marks as the maximum.