Last Minute Tips for AFCAT-II 2018 Exam

Last Minute Tips for AFCAT-II 2018 Exam

Dear Students, The Indian Airforce will conduct AFCAT Exam on 18th august and 19th august 2018 and it will be conducted in 2 shifts .  Lakhs of students will fight for the prestigious jobs in Indian AirForce.

It's the greatest opportunity for all those who aspire and dream to have a challenging and adventurous career and serve the nation as well in the true sense. No career choice other than working for Indian Armed Forces can fulfill such a dream. We all want a Govt. Job to have decent lifestyle but a few decide to make a career choice with a purpose. For students, it's not just the preparation for written and Interview Exam, It's a matter of passion and be courageous enough to Prepare, Succeed and be the most respected individuals in our societal strata.  "Be magnanimous, be loyal, be courageous and be a gentleman, you will then be an officer in the true sense."

Must Read- Important Tips AFCAT 

In AFCAT Exam there are subjects namely General Awareness, Verbal Ability in English, Numerical Ability and Reasoning and Military Aptitude Test . You need to have the separate strategy for all three subjects. 

For English Section: Questions are asked mainly from Ordering of words in a sentence, Order of Sentences, Spotting Errors, Sentence Improvements, Comprehension, Fill in the blanks etc. You need to have great reading habits to solve such types of questions. In the last Moment of studies, you need to revise grammar rules. Read the instructions first, read the questions completely and then attempt the questions. Main focus should be on the vocabulary part as majority of questions are asked from this section. 

For Quant Section: Questions are asked mainly from Simplification, ratio-proportion, logarithm, mixture and alligation, time speed distance, time and work, Profit loss and Discount, CI & SI, Trigonometry, Mensuration, etc. You need to revise formulas related to these topics so that you can attempt maximum questions from the quant section.

For General Knowledge: Questions are asked mainly from History, Geography, Polity, General Science (Numerical Physics/Chemistry, Biology), Current affairs, and Static GK. 

Speed and Accuracy -Keep these two words in mind. For any Competitive exam, Speed and Accuracy plays a very important role. You've to maintain both if any of it is not followed you might be caught in blunder. You can't afford to do a blunder of such magnitude. If you feel that a particular question is taking more time than required, better leave it and move to the next question. Remember you are not meant to do all the questions given in the exam, rather you are supposed to do a maximum number of questions in the shortest time possible and that too with 100 % accuracy.
Follow your Strategy that you have prepared for yourself: Stick to your plan firmly because you have designed your studies in this way so don't ditch it at the very last moment. All of you have prepared well, Now is the time when you executed and performed in the best possible way in the exam hall. 
Know Your Strong and Weak areas in Quant, English And General Awareness. First attempt questions from your strong zones because you have practiced and prepared well and Now you are sure of it so you can score well and with accuracy. When you are done with all the familiar questions then march into the unknown territory and try your best, use all your understanding and logical ability to get the correct answers. When You start with your strong topics, You become more comfortable and confident and trust us this is all you need, The CONFIDENCE

Time management plays a very important role in your exam and a deciding factor in your overall selection. Use that maximum time limit wisely and efficiently. Always keep a track of your time and no. of questions attempted. 

Take a print out of your admit card and original photo identity proof, 1 photo and photocopy of the ID proof. Girls make sure you do not have Mehandi on your hand. Please be on time as the exam co-ordinators are very strict when it comes to the timings, at least half an hour earlier before the mentioned time.

Don't leave any question UNREAD. Always give initial 5-10 seconds to read the questions and then decide whether you want to attempt it or not, make wise and informed decisions, don't approach any question blindly, it might cost you heavily. Most of you make this mistake just because of poor time management. It becomes very cumbersome to come out of this situation and at last, you miss easy questions.You don't even read them and trust us they can be solved while reading. So try your best at least to read each and every question properly.

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