The Indian Air Force successfully concluded the first shift of the day 2 Air Force Common Admission Test, AFCAT 2022 today, February 14, 2022. The exam was conducted for a total of two hours from 9:45 am to 11:45 am at various affiliated centers across the country. According to reports, More than 20000 candidates appeared for the AFCAT 2022 examination held today. The exam was conducted in online computer based CBT mode .
Overall 100 questions were framed from topics based on general awareness, reasoning, verbal skills, numerical ability, and military aptitude. Candidates expressed that the whole paper was primarily based on the official AFCAT syllabus. However, the difficulty level of the exam varied from moderate to tough. Applicants who were happy with their performance claimed that around 65-70 attempted questions can be considered as good attempts in today’s AFCAT 2022 exam.
25 questions were framed on General Awareness which covered the following subjects of the curriculum: History, Geography, Polity, Science & Tech, Sports, Books & Author, Awards, and Current Affairs. Correctly attempting 17-20 questions from this section can be considered as a number of good attempts. Candidates expressed that the difficulty level of this section can be termed as moderate as compared to the other sections.
Reasoning Section Difficult, while Verbal Ability comparatively easier
Verbal Ability in English consisted of questions asked from Fill in the blanks, Idioms/Phrases, Spotting the Error, Antonym/Synonym, Reading Comprehension, and Close Test. A total of 25 questions were asked in this section and the difficulty level was easier as compared to other sections. Solving 22-23 questions from Verbal Ability in 15-18 minutes can be considered a good attempt for the exam.
Candidates expressed that the Reasoning and Military Aptitude Test section consisting of 32 questions based on Non-Verbal reasoning, Analogy, Odd-One Out, Embedded Figures, Pattern Completion, Syllogism, Inference & Assumption, Classification, Letter Series & Codes were difficult to attempt.
Candidates expressed that this section was more time-consuming and the questions were framed as such it looked easier to attempt however detailed methods had to be followed to produce the results. Applicants who attempted 22-25 questions in this section can consider it as a good attempt.
Lastly, 20 questions were framed from the Numerical Ability section based on the following topics: Profit & Loss, Percentage, Discount, Mixture & Allegations, Time & Work, Algebra, Simplification, Averages, Time Speed & Distance were easier as compared to the Reasoning questions. According to the candidates’ review, students who had a stronghold on the formulas could easily solve all the questions asked in this section.