The Indian Air Force is conducting AFCAT (1) for 2019 batch on 16 and 17 Feb 2019. The exam is taking place in shifts on each day. The AFCAT Answer Key will be provided for both AFCAT and AFCAT+ EKT on the official website.
In the first shift, the exam for AFACT (1) is taking place while in 2nd shift AFCAT and EKT.
According to candidates’ reviews, we have got some analysis of the examination. We will try to get the question paper too.
AFCAT Exam Analysis 2019
The AFCAT exam contains four subjects English, Maths, Reasoning, and General Knowledge. Total of 100 questions is asked in the AFACT exam.
|Section||Total Number of exam||Level|
|Verbal English||25 question||Moderate|
|Numerical Ability||18 question||Moderate|
|General Knowledge||25 question||Easy and Fact-based|
AFCAT (1) 2019 Exam Pattern
The candidates who are planning to prepare for the next AFCAT examination can go through the exam pattern provided here.
- Time Duration: 02 hours
- Number of Questions: 100
- Marking Criteria: +3 for each correct answer
- Negative Marking: -1 for each incorrect answer
- Number of Sections: 4 (Verbal ability, Numerical Ability, General Awareness and Reasoning, and Military aptitude)
- Mode of Examination: Online
|Exam Name||Number of Questions||Maximum Marks||Duration|
|EKT (For technical branches)||50||150||45 Minutes|
The Examination Board will announce the AFCAT Answer key for the exam on the official website. The aspirants of the exam can get the same by accessing the official website.
AFCAT Previous Year Cutoff
AFCAT remains common for all the available duties i.e Flying, Ground(Technical) and Ground (Non-Technical)
|AFCAT 1 2011||85|
|AFCAT 2 2011||88|
|AFCAT 1 2012||135|
|AFCAT 2 2012||143|
|AFCAT 1 2013||144|
|AFCAT 2 2013||116|
|AFCAT 1 2014||128|
|AFCAT 2 2014||123|
|AFCAT 1 2015||126|
|AFCAT 2 2015||144|
|AFCAT 1 2016||132|
|AFCAT 2 2016||148|
|AFCAT 1 2017||150|
|AFCAT 2 2017||160|
|AFCAT 1 2018||155|
|AFCAT 2 2018||140|
EKT Previous Year Cutoff
EKT cutoff is observed to be equal for all the technical branches i.e Mechanical, Electronics, Electrical and Computer.
|AFCAT 2 2014||45|
|AFCAT 1 2015||55|
|AFCAT 2 2015||52|
|AFCAT 1 2016||52|
|AFCAT 2 2016||60|
|AFCAT 1 2017||60|
|AFCAT 2 2017||60|
|AFCAT 1 2018||60|
|AFCAT 2 2018||55|
This year could witness a hike in cut off as the question paper is easier than the previous years according to the examinees.