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Old January 5th, 2014, 10:45 AM
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The AFCAT Question Paper will have 100 questions.
All questions will be of three marks each.
For every correct answer the candidate will get three marks and for every wrong answer one mark will be deducted under negative marking. The total time allotted for the paper is two hours.
Each Question Paper will have questions from the following topics:-

General Awareness
Verbal Ability in English
Numerical Ability
Reasoning and Military Aptitude Test

For detailed syllabus here is attachment:
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Old September 18th, 2015, 04:57 PM
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I want to give the exam of Air Force Common Admission Test and for that I want to get the syllabus of Air Force Common Admission Test so can you provide me that as it is very urgent for me?
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Old September 18th, 2015, 05:04 PM
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As you want to get the syllabus of Air Force Common Admission Test so here is the information of the same for you’:

Syllabus:
General Awareness:

History
Sports
Geography
Environment
Civics
Basic Science
Defence
Art
Culture
Current Affairs
Politics

Verbal Ability in English:

Comprehension
Error Detection
Sentence Completion
Synonyms
Antonyms
Testing of Vocabulary

Numerical Ability:

Decimal Fraction,
Simplification
Average
Profit & loss
Percentage
Ratio & Proportion
Simple interest

Reasoning and Military Aptitude Test:

Verbal Skills
Spatial Ability

Previous Year Question Papers:

We stand poised precariously and challengingly on the razor’s edge of destiny. We are now at the mercy of atom bombs and the like which would destroy us completely if we fail to control them wisely. And wisdom in this crisis means sensitiveness to the basic values of life; it means a vivid realization that we are literally living in one world where we must either swim together or sink together. We cannot afford to tamper with man’s single minded loyalty to peace and international understanding. Anyone, who does it is a traitor not only to man’s past and present, but also to his future, because he is mortgaging the destiny of unborn generations.

Q1. From the tone and style of the passage it appears that the writer is-
(a) a prose writer with a fascination for images and metaphors.
(b) a humanist with a clear foresight.
(c) a traitor who wishes to mortgage the destiny of future generations.
(d) unaware of the global power situation.

Q2. The best way to escape complete annihilation in an atomic war is to-
(a) work for international understanding and harmony.
(b) invent more powerful weapons.
(c) turn to religion.
(d) ban nuclear weapons.

Q3. The phrase ‘razor’s edge of destiny’ means a/an-
(a) enigma that cuts through the pattern of life like the edge of a razor.
(b) critical situation that foreordains the future.
(c) sharp line of division that marks the alternative courses of action in the future.
(d) destiny with sharp edges.

Q4. According to the writer, ‘wisdom’ on the razor’s edge of destiny means:
(a) awareness that we stand poised precariously on the razor’s edge of destiny.
(b) determination to ban nuclear weapons.
(c) responsibility to the ‘unborn generations’.
(d) awareness of the basic values of life.

Q5. The author is concerned about the threat of nuclear weapons because he feels that-
(a) a nuclear war will destroy human civilization.
(b) all countries are interlinked and one cannot escape the consequences of what happens to another country.
(c) the world is on the brink of disaster.
(d) his country is threatened by a nuclear war.

In each of the following questions, find out which part of the sentence has an error. If there is no mistake, the answer is (d) “No error”.

Q6. A person I met (a)/in the theatre (b)/was the playwright himself. (c)/No error (d).

(a) (b) (c) (d)

Q7. They walked (a)/besides each other (b)/in silence. (c)/No error (d).

(a) (b) (c) (d)

Q8. We returned to the guest house (a)/impressed by (b)/what we had seen. (c)/No error (d).

(a) (b) (c) (d)

Q9. The judge was convinced (a)/that neither (b)/of the five accused was guilty. (c)/No error (d).

(a) (b) (c) (d)

Q10. The municipality is going (a) /to built a new school (b)/near the park. (c)/ No error (d).

(a) (b) (c) (d)

For more detailed information I am uploading 3 PDF files which are free to download;
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File Type: pdf Previous Year Question Papers of AFCAT-3.pdf (640.6 KB, 23 views)
File Type: pdf Previous Year Question Papers of AFCAT-2.pdf (505.6 KB, 24 views)
File Type: pdf Previous Year Question Papers of AFCAT-1.pdf (584.9 KB, 8 views)
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