The AFCAT 2021 Examination is now over. Today was the last date of the 03 days Air Force Common Admission Test (AFCAT) exam. The examination took place from February 20, 2021 to February 22, 2021 in two shifts. The morning shifts of AFCAT exam took place from 09:45 AM to 11:45 AM. The afternoon exam was conducted from 02:15 PM to 04:15 PM followed by EKT till 05:15 PM.
As per the review shared by the candidates, the examination was of easy to moderate level. The exam experts have also mentioned that the examination was doable and most of the questions were of easy to moderate level. Check the AFCAT 22 Feb Exam Analysis for all shifts, difficultly level and other details here.
AFCAT 22 Feb 2021 Difficulty Level
As discussed earlier, the AFCAT 22 Feb Shift 1 examination was of easy to moderate level. Except for the Numerical Ability section, all other sections were of easy to moderate level. In the General Awareness section, comparatively more questions were asked from a history topic. Experts have discussed that the Numeral Ability section was of moderate level. The questions from this section were from Profit and Loss, Ratio and Proportion (02), Simple Interest (02), Time and Work (03). From the reasoning and military aptitude topics, around 03 questions were from Analogy, 05 from Venn diagram, 05 from dot-based questions.
Discussing Shift 2 of the AFCAT 22 Feb Exam, the examination was of moderate level. This time, the English language section and General Awareness section was of moderate level. Candidates have reported that questions from these two sections were comparatively difficult to answer and time-consuming. However, the remaining two-section, which are Numerical Ability and Reasoning and Military aptitude, were of easy to moderate level.
Good Number of Attempts
If we look at the level of the exam, one can say that 70-82 questions are a good number of attempts in the AFCAT Shift 1 exam. In General Awareness topics, a good number of attempts is between 18 to 20 questions. Good attempts in Verbal ability is in the range from 20 to 22 questions, in Numerical ability, it is 10 to 14 question and in Reasoning and Military Aptitude Test, it is 24 to 28 questions.
Similarly, a good number of attempts in the AFCAT Shift 2 Exam is between 61 to 70 questions. Candidates should have attempted around 14 to 17 questions in the English language section. A good number of attempts in Numerical Ability is 10 to 15 questions, in Reasoning and Military aptitude is 24 to 25 questions and in General Awareness is 16 to 18 questions.