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Air Force Common Admission Test (AFCAT) Practice Exam

Air Force Common Admission Test (AFCAT)


About Air Force Common Admission Test (AFCAT)

Air Force conducts AFCAT (Air Force Common Admission Test) twice a year Common Admission Test (AFCAT) usually in the month of February and September every year for the selection of officers in various branches of the Air force including the following:

  • Flying Branch (Short Service Commission)
  • Technical Branch (Short Service Commission and Permanent Commission)
  • Ground Duty Branch (Short Service Commission and Permanent Commission)

Eligibility Criterion for AFCAT Exam


For Flying Branch


  • Education: Candidate must be graduate in any discipline i.e. minimum 3 years graduate degree with min 60% marks or equivalent. Or must have cleared the section A & B examination of Associate Membership of Institution of Engineers (India) or Aeronautical Society of India with a min of 60% marks or equivalent. for Administration and Logistics posts, or Minimum 3 years B.Com hons/programme with min 60% marks for Accounts posts, or MBA / MCA or MA / M Sc degree in English / Physics / Mathematics / Chemistry / Statistics / International relations / International studies / Defence studies / Psychology / Computer Science / IT / Management / Mass Communication / Journalism / Public Relation with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate all paper put together in Post Graduation (Minimum two year programme) and 60% marks in graduation for Educational posts
  • Age Limit: Age of the candidate must be between 20 to 26 years for the licensed pilot issued by DGCA, India. While for the non-licensed candidates the age limit is between 20-24 years on 01-01-20__ at the course’s commencement time.
  • Physical Attributes: In order to meet the physical requirement in the flying branch, the minimum height for both men & women should e 162.5 cms with correlated weight. Length of legs should be min 99 cms and max 120 cms. While, thigh length should be 64 cms.
  • Eyesight: The visual acuity should be 6/6 in the one eye and 6/9 in the other. *6/6 for only Hypermetropia while, manifest Myopia should be nil.


Note, candidates, who have not cleared the PABT test earlier, are not eligible for this exam.

For Technical Branch


  • Education: Candidate must have a four year degree qualification in engineering/ technology from a recognized university and have cleared Sections A and B examination of Associate Membership of Institution of Engineers (India) or Aeronautical Society of India with min 60% marks.
  • Age Limit: Age of the candidate must be between 20 to 26 years
  • Height & Weight: Required height in this branch differs for both men & women. Thus, fro men157.5 cms with correlated weight, and for women - 152 cms with correlated weight.


For Ground Duty Branch


  • Education: Candidate must be Graduate in any discipline with minimum 3 years degree with min 60% marks or equivalent or have must cleared section A&B examination of Associate Membership of Institution of Engineers (India) or Aeronautical Society of India with a min of 60% marks or equivalent. For the post of Administration and Logistics, or B.Com (Min 3 years) with min 60% marks for Accounts posts, or MBA / MCA or MA / M Sc degree in English / Physics / Mathematics / Chemistry / Statistics / International relations / International studies / Defence studies / Psychology / Computer Science / IT / Management / Mass Communication / Journalism / Public Relation with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate all paper put together in Post Graduation (Minimum two year programme) and 60% marks in graduation for Education posts
  • Age Limit: The age of the candidate must be between 20 to 26 years on 01-01-20__   i.e. born between 02.01.1992 to 01.01.1998 including both dates.
  • Height & Weight: The ideal height for men is 157.5 cms with correlated weight. While, for women the ideal height should be 152 cms with proportionate to weight.


Note Candidates, who have failed the PABT test earlier, are not eligible for this exam.

* Final year students can also apply for AFCAT exam given that with no present backlog and they have secured 60% marks in aggregate and must be able to provide provisional or original degree certificate before commencing the training.

AFCAT Exam Selection Process 


Steps involved in the selection process of AFCAT:

  • AFCAT and EKT (Engineering Knowledge) only for technical branch.
  • AFSB Interview -         
             1.     Screening test
             2.     Psychological test, Group test, Medical Test and Interview
             3.     CPSS (Computerized Pilot Selection System) and/ or PABT only for Flying branch


Process to Apply for AFCAT Exam


Applications are invited from both male and female from Indian citizens as per Citizenship Act 1955 for grant of Short Service Commission in Flying Branch and Permanent/Short Service Commission in Technical and Ground Duty branches.

Exam Pattern for AFCAT 


AFCAT will be an online entrance test, with duration of two hours, containing multiple choice questions based  on the verbal ability in English, General awareness, Numerical ability and the Reasoning and Military Aptitude Test.

  • Medium of Exam: English only
  • Number of question: 100
  • Maximum marks: 300
  • Weightage: Each question is of three marks


 Note every correct answer will be awarded with three marks while, negative marking for wrong attempts i.e. One mark will be deducted against every wrong answer.


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