Indian Air Force conducted the AFCAT 2021 exam for the second day today. AFCAT 2021 is being held on three days from February 20 to 22, 2021. As per memory-based reports, the overall level of difficulty of today’s exam was between easy to moderate. Unofficial answer key is released by various coaching institutes & academic mentors on platforms like YouTube. Based on such unofficial sources, the overall number of good attempts is estimated to be around 60 to 70 out of 100.
Level of Difficulty
The overall level of difficulty of the exam held in the morning shift was between easy to moderate. As per memory-based reports. questions from Mathematics & English were easy to solve. In the other sections, the maximum level of difficulty of the questions asked was up to the moderate level only. Questions were repeated from previous years.
The second shift AFCAT 2021 exam today was reportedly of a moderate difficulty level. Moderate difficulty level questions were asked from the section of English. The questions in the Quantitative Aptitude exam were of the easy to moderate level as time-consuming & calculative questions were asked. In other sections, the level of difficulty of the questions was of easy to moderate.
Number of Good Attempts
The overall number of good attempts across both the shifts of AFCAT 2021 held today is in the range of 60-70 out of 100. This is as per unofficial reports by candidates who took the test and others tracking the exam. The level of the question paper was in the easy to moderate although moderate level questions was asked in the English & Quantitative Aptitude sections.
The overall number of good attempts in the English Language section was 15 to 18. In Quantitative Aptitude, which reportedly easy to moderate, the overall number of good attempts is anticipated at 10 to 15. In the Reasoning & Military Aptitude the highest number of good attempts was prevalent in the range of 25 and more. From General Awareness, a candidate can expect around 10 to 14 good attempts.
AFCAT 2021 Question Paper
AFCAT 2021 consist of 100 MCQ type questions only. Each question carries 3 marks while a negative marking of -1 mark is applicable for each incorrect answer. Those who took the AFCAT test today were allowed duration of 02 hours to complete the test. Those who are taking the AFCAT 2021 exam on tomorrow’s exam date are advised to note the level of difficulty & number of good attempts. Once the exam is over, candidates can visit the official website for updates regarding the release of the results.