Indian Air Force today, February 12, 2022, conducted the AFCAT 2022 Shift 2 Examination. The Air Force Common Admission Test (AFCAT) was conducted through the pen-and-paper format, at selected centers across the country. Candidates were given a duration of two hours i.e., from 2:15 pm to 4:15 pm to attempt and complete the entire paper. Since the paper was entirely objective in nature, candidates are curious to know their exam scores. However, IAF will most likely, release the official answer key once all the exam shifts are over. So, the official draft is likely to release after February 14, 2022, on the official website afcat.cdac.in.
In the meantime, candidates can take a look at the AFCAT 2022 Shift 2 answer key and paper analysis released by several reputed educators including SSBCrackExams, BYJU’S Exam Prep: CDS, AFCAT & CAPF, DEFEBCE MANIA, etc.
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AFCAT 2022 Shift 2 Answer Key
The AFCAT 2022 Shift 2 answer key has been released by coaching institutes and education portals in the form of video-based solutions. These videos have been uploaded on their official YouTube channels. In these videos, subject experts are discussing the shift 2 paper in detail while explaining the right option for each question.
Following are the links to the AFCAT 2022 Shift 2 video-based solutions –
|Name of Educator||Answer Key|
|SSBCrackExams||Click Here (Live)|
|BYJU’S Exam Prep: CDS, AFCAT & CAPF||Click Here (Live)|
|DEFENCE MANIA||Click Here|
|Defence Adda247: AFCAT, CDS Preparation||Click Here (Live)|
|Balwinder Live||Click Here|
AFCAT 2022 Shift 2 Question Paper
In addition to the answer key, candidates also need their AFCAT 2022 Shift 2 question paper to calculate their exam score. Several individuals across the country are hoping to appear for the next session of AFCAT. For both groups of aspirants, the following is a link to question paper PDFs –
Direct link to AFCAT 2022 Question Paper
AFCAT 2022 Shift 2 Paper Analysis
The AFCAT 2022 Shift 2 exam covered questions from four subjects – English, General Knowledge, Mathematics, and Reasoning. Exam-takers reported that questions in the General Knowledge sections were also posed from current affairs of the last year. The mathematics portion was concept-based and doable. Furthermore, questions in the reasoning section were a bit on the moderate to difficult side as few candidates took longer to solve them.
In this regard, analyzing the reaction of the examiners, and the report made by exam experts, the exam level can be summarized as easy to moderate. Candidates can expect the results to be declared and the subsequent seat selection process to be conducted in March 2022.