AFCAT Coaching in Kolkata
Eligibility for Admission
Phase 1 of the AFCAT Written Exam
The four sections of the AFCAT exam pattern for the online computer-based test are General Awareness, Verbal English Ability, Numerical Ability and Reasoning, and Military Aptitude Test.
- 100 questions totaling 300 points.
- Technical, computer science, and electronic and electrical sections make up the EKT.
- There are 50 questions total, for 150 points.
- Regardless of the posts that are chosen, every question is of the objective variety.
- The written examination will be in English only.
Phase 2 of AFCAT: An interview with the Air Force Selection Board (AFSB)
Candidates who achieve the qualifying examination AFCAT score in the digital written test are put on a list by the Indian Air Force. Applicants who apply for the Meteorology Branch and NCC Special Entry will be called immediately for the AFSB testing.
The AFSB Interview consists of three phases.
AFSB Stage 1 Interview
- On the first day of the interview process, Intelligence Rating Test, Picture Perception Test, and Discussion Test will all be scheduled.
- Candidates that advance to the stage 1 interviews will be required to provide documentation to prove their qualifications for the positions they have applied for.
- Candidates who do not meet the eligibility requirements or do not qualify will not be selected.
AFSB Stage 2 Interview
- On Day 1, the psychological examination will take place.
- After the document check, the team tests and personality assessments would begin for the following five days.
AFSB Stage 3 Interview
- Only the Flying Branch will be allowed to use this stage.
- It is required to take the Computerized Pilot Selection System (CPSS) Test.
- Candidates who have previously failed the CPSS/PABT or Flight Cadets who have had their flying instruction at the Air Force Academy suspended are ineligible.