The AFCAT (Air Force Common Admission Test) is conducted for the selection of candidates as an officer into the following branches of the Indian Air force. Here in this article, I will share with you the complete details of the selection process for AFCAT and AFCAT Entry Procedure 2023. I will try my best to give you all the information regarding this and will guide you on how to prepare for AFCAT entry. To get complete information about this entry and to know all the details regarding this, check the article below:
AFCAT Selection Process
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The Entry Procedure for an Officer’s Entry in the defence exam is pretty much similar. The AFCAT Entry is also like this. The AFCAT Exam is conducted by the Indian Air force itself for the selection of the officers into the following branches of the Indian Air force. Through this entry, one can join the Flying branch, technical branch, Ground Duty branches, etc.
To get selected for the Indian Air force through this entry, one will have to clear the written exam, AFSB Interview, Medical Tests, etc. The AFSB Interview is the toughest part of the Selection Process. Now let’s see the complete Selection Procedure for AFCAT 2023. we will discuss this in detail and will guide you completely through this.
Selection Process in AFCAT Entry
A candidate will have to clear the Computer-based online test and then AFSB Interview. The shortlisting of the candidates for the AFSB Interview will be done on the basis of the marks scored in the computer-based test. let’s see these procedures in detail and see the syllabus and pattern of the examination.
- Computer-Based Test
- AFSB Interview
- Medical tests
The AFCAT Entry Procedure seems very easy but it is tough to clear. First, Let’s see the Eligibility Criteria and Age Limit required to apply for this and after that, we will see the Syllabus and Exam Pattern, etc.
Eligibility Criteria of AFCAT:
- Only Indian citizens are eligible to apply.
- Candidate must have a graduation degree in any discipline with 60% marks.
- Candidates appearing in the final semester or year can also apply.
- Candidate should have physics and mathematics in class 12th
- Candidates below the age of 25 must be unmarried before the commencement of the course.
- Age limit: the age of candidate should not be more than 24 years old and should not be less than 19 years old. (19 years old to 24 yrs old. )
Syllabus of AFCAT Computer-based Exam:
The syllabus of the AFCAT Computer-Based test isn’t too much, One can easily prepare this and can clear the Examination. You can check the syllabus of AFCAT given below:
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The AFCAT Selection Procedure seems very easy but it is tough because of the competition in this field. One will have to prepare so well to clear the examination, For the preparation of the Written Examination, You can take the books of Major Kalshi classes. The teachers and officers have designed the Best book for AFCAT Examination. You can easily prepare with this book. You can click on the Links given below to check the books:
Once you clear the Written examination, You will appear for the AFSB Interview. The AFSB Interview is a bit tough to clear as compared to the computer-based test. The process of the AFSB Interview is completely similar to the SSB Interview. I have already written an article on this, You can check the complete process of the Air force Selection Board (AFSB) interview by clicking on the link below:
This is all the process of AFCAT selection, right after clearing the AFCAT Computer-based Test and SSB Interview. One will appear for the AFCAT Medical tests. Medical tests and Physical Fitness tests are easy to clear. If a candidate has just an average body and has never been in any serious injury or any serious diseases can clear this examination.
Medical and physical tests are also part of the AFCAT Selection process. You can check the complete details of the AFCAT medical test and the AFCAT Physical Test by clicking in the link given below:
About AFCAT Computer-Based test:
AFCAT is basically knowns as the easiest written exam. The written exam is very easy but the competition is very tough. There are very few seats in AFCAT around 25-30 seats in all over India. you just have to do better than other candidates. Try to attempt maximum questions. and Do your best subjects first in which you can tick maximum correct answers.
Attempt your question one by one start with English because this is the easiest portion of the exam in which you can score well. Then move to the General awareness, this can be also easy to tick. Do the numerical questions at last because these questions take a lot of time and might be missed your other portion because of this.
There is no perfect tips and tricks to prepare for the AFCAT Examination except hard work. Prepare a better study plan and work over rit. Try to cover your complete syllabus of AFCAT to get score better.