AFCAT 2 Exam Analysis 2021 : 29th August Shift 1

AFCAT 2 Exam Analysis 2021 : 29th August Shift 1



AFCAT 2 Exam Analysis 2021 29th August Shift 1: The 1st shift of the second day of the AFCAT 2 2021 Examination is over.  Our DefenceAdda team reached the examination center and has taken the direct feedback from the students who appeared in the 1st shift of 29th August. Type of questions asked, their difficulty level, etc. will be provided in this article. 

AFCAT 2 Exam Analysis 2021 29th August Shift 1: Difficulty Level

The 1st shift of the AFCAT Exam is finally over. All the students who have exams in the upcoming shifts must check the detailed exam analysis to get an overview of the difficulty level, types of questions asked, etc. which will benefit them in shaping up their preparation. From the table mentioned below, we will be looking at the Difficulty Level of AFCAT Exam Shift-1 conducted on 29th August 2021.

SectionsNumber of QuestionsLevel
General Awareness25Easy to Moderate
Numerical Ability20Moderate
Reasoning and Military Aptitude28Easy to Moderate
English Language24Moderate
Overall100Moderate

Questions Asked in Shift 1 29th Aug

AFCAT 2 Exam Analysis 2021 29th August Shift 1: Good Attempts

All the students who have appeared in the AFCAT Exam in Shift 1 on 29th August can get an overview of the exam by analyzing their number of attempts. Each shift is of a different difficulty level, so in this case, marks will be normalized. Candidates can check the detailed information about the number of good attempts from the table mentioned below.


SectionsGood Attempts
General Awareness15-18
Numerical Ability18
Reasoning and Military Aptitude15-20
English Language14-18
Overall60-70

AFCAT 2 Exam Analysis 2021 29th August Shift 1: Section Wise

Now, after getting an overview of the overall difficulty level of the examination and the number of good attempts lets us have a look at the section-wise AFCAT exam analysis 2021.

Checkout: AFCAT 2 Exam Analysis 2021: 28th August Shift 1

AFCAT 2 Exam Analysis 2021: English Language

In AFCAT 2 2021 Exam, the English Language section was Moderate. In AFCAT exam English section plays a vital role in clearing the exam as a minimum of 25 questions are asked and by preparing section would increase your chances of clearing the written exam. Questions are asked from error detection, grammar usage, idiom and phrases vocabulary, etc. In the table below we have provided the details of the questions asked.

TopicNo of QuestionsLevel
Fill in the blacks 4Moderate
Error Detection3Moderate
Idioms/Phrases3Easy-Moderate
Reading Comprehension (education-related)3Moderate
Antonym/ Synonym5Moderate
Cloze test3Moderate-Difficult
Total24-25Moderate

Questions Asked in Shift 1

Q1. What is the synonym of Exonerate?
Q2. What is the antonym of Embrace?
Q3. What is the antonym of Nimble?
Q4. What is the synonym of Advocate?
Q5. What is the synonym of Preamble?

AFCAT 2 Exam Analysis 2021: Numerical Ability

In AFCAT 2 2021 Exam, Numerical Ability was of Moderate Level. Most of the questions were based directly on Formulas and some were calculative. The questions were asked from basic Mathematics and we have provided a detailed analysis of the number of questions asked from each section.

TopicNo of QuestionsLevel
Profit/Loss and Discount1Easy-Moderate
Ratio and Proportion1Easy-Moderate
Mixture & allegations2Moderate
Algebra2Easy-Moderate
Time and Work3Easy
Simplification3Easy
Time, Speed, and Distance4Easy
SI CI3-4Easy-Moderate
Total20Easy


AFCAT 2 Exam Analysis 2021: Reasoning and Military Aptitude

In AFCAT 2 2021 Exam, the Reasoning questions were of Moderate level. The majority of questions were asked from non-verbal reasoning and military aptitude. The question pattern of this section remains the same and a well-prepared candidate can attempt all the questions.

Topic
No of Questions
Level
Non-Verbal (Image)
9
Moderate
Odd one out (Synonym based)
3
Moderate
Analogy (GA based)
3
Moderate
Venn diagram
4
Easy
 Complete the pattern
5
Moderate
Embedded figure
4
Easy-Moderate
Total
28
Moderate


AFCAT 2 Exam Analysis 2021: General Awareness

In AFCAT 2 2021 Exam, General Knowledge questions were asked from all sections. In the table below we have mentioned the number of questions asked from various subjects. A candidate can score well in this section if he has basic knowledge of the General Knowledge subjects and has a good hold on current affairs.


TopicNo of QuestionsLevel
History5Easy-Moderate
Geography4Moderate
Science5Moderate-Difficult
Polity4Moderate-Difficult
Current Affairs and Economics7Moderate
Total25Moderate

Questions Asked in Shift 1

Q1. CR Das was also known as...?
Q2. Where is the HQ of WIPO?
Q3. 'Crawl' is a term used for which sport?
Q4. When was the first emergency applied in India?
Q5. Where is the Indian Air Force PTS situated?
Q6. When was the Battle of Plassey fought?
Q7. Which planets are known as Terrestrial Planet?
Q8. Who was the founder of the Chola Dynasty?
Q9. Which country was known as SHAM in Medieval times?
Q10. Rider Cup is related to which sport?
Q11. When was Project Tiger started?
Q12. The term 'Fault' is associated with which sport?
Q13. Silicon Carbide is used for?
Q14. Clay Court is used in which Grand Slam?
Q15. Who is the highest wicket-taker in a 50 over match?
Q16. Which cup is related to Golf?
Q17. Thomas Cup is related to which sport?
Q18. Pattachitra painting originated from which state?
Q19. Which of the following area was not ruled by Asoka?
Q20. Who started Bardoli Satyagrah?
Q21. Who is known as the Iron man of India?
Q22. Who is the longest-serving Prime Minister of India?
Q23. Which river originates from Gangotri Glacier?
Q24. Silver Revolution is related to?

AFCAT 2 Exam Analysis 2021 29th August Shift 1: Video Analysis



AFCAT 2 Exam Analysis 2021 FAQs: 


Q1. What was the difficulty level of the 
 Quantitative Aptitude Section in the AFCAT 2021 29th August Shift 1written exam?

Ans: 
The difficulty level of the Quantitative Aptitude section in the AFCAT exam Shift 1 was moderate.

Q2. How many sections are there in the AFCAT exam 2021?

Ans.
 There are four sections i.e. General Awareness, Reasoning Ability, English, and Quantitative Aptitude.

Q3. What is the duration of the AFCAT Written exam 2021?

Ans.
 The AFCAT written exam 2021 is 2 hours.

Q4. Is there any sectional timing in AFCAT 2021?

Ans.
 No, there is no sectional timing.

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