AFCAT 2021 exam analysis for February 21; Check expected cutoff

AFCAT paper analysis 2021 for February 21 both shifts is available. Check the AFCAT 01/ 2021 expected cut off and exam paper difficulty level here.

AFCAT 2021 exam analysis for February 21; Check expected cutoff
vikrant.shukla | Feb 21, 2021 - 5:53 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: IAF is conducting the AFCAT 01/2021 in online mode from February 20, 2021, onwards. Today, it successfully conducted both shifts of the IAF AFCAT exam. The exam was conducted for both AFCAT and Engineering Knowledge Test (EKT) exams, at various AFCAT exam centres across the country. Candidates who appeared in the AFCAT 2021 paper can check AFCAT 2021 expected cutoff and question paper difficulty level here. The exam will be conducted on February 22, 2021, as well. All AFCAT COVID-19 protocols as circulated by the state and central governments were followed at all the AFCAT examination centres across the country.

AFCAT 2021 exam analysis: Overview

  • AFCAT was conducted in computer-based test mode.

  • The total marks of the exam were 300.

  • The duration of the AFCAT CBT exam was of 120 minutes

  • The EKT exam was of 150 marks.

  • The duration of the AFCAT EKT exam was 45 minutes.

  • For each correct response, three marks will be awarded.

  • As a negative marking, one mark will be deducted for every incorrect answer.

  • IAF will utilise the normalization method for AFCAT 2021 cutoff calculation.

AFCAT 01/2021: Expected cutoff

Year

AFCAT 1 CBT cutoff marks

AFCAT EKT cutoff marks

2021

155-160

40-50


AFCAT exam analysis 2021 for February 21

As per the feedback and AFCAT 2021 exam analysis received by Careers360 for all shifts of the AFCAT 2021 exam on February 21, the exam was of moderate to difficult level. Check AFCAT 2021 exam analysis from the following table below.

AFCAT 2021 exam analysis for all shifts (February 21)

AFCAT 01/2021 shift 1

AFCAT 01/2021 shift 2

Good Attempts (No. of Questions)

Difficulty Level

Good Attempts (No. of Questions)

Difficulty Level

65-70

Moderate

70-75

Moderate to difficult


AFCAT 2021 - Selection process

As prescribed by IAF, the AFCAT selection process has three stages - AFCT CBT/ EKT exam, AFSB interview and medical test post which candidates will be posted on the vacant posts in different services of the Indian Air Force.

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