AFCAT exam is quite close and mostly all of you must be wondering that what to do now to just finalize the preparations and ace the exams. Well then this piece of articles comes at the right moment. Given here are few books which will help you in preparing for the AFCAT exam even better. Many of you would have already brought some books and some of you might still be wondering what to buy so here is a complete solution.
Best Book for AFCAT Exam Preparation 2014
- AFCAT (Air Force Common Admission Test) : This is a book by Arihant Publications. Like in every other field of competitive exams Arihant excels in this field as well. This book is a complete package to cater the need for all the things required for AFCAT. GK, Math, English, Reasoning etc. This book covers all of these topics. Not only that but it gives you questions to practice as well. So it is basically like the handbook which you have always been wishing for. One drawback for this book is that it doesn’t contain detailed explanation of topics, but it contains everything in nutshells. The market price of this book is INR 285, however it is available for INR 171 at Flipkart.
- AFCAT AIR Force Common Admission Test Practice Workbook: It is a practice workbook by Kiran Publications. This book has practice questions in a huge number and also the previous year solved papers of AFCAT. Here is all what this book contains Scheme of Syllabus & Examples of Questions, Advice Cum Study Material, General Awareness, Study Material, English, Numerical Ability, Reasoning & Aptitude Test, Total 20 Model Practice Sets, 16 Model Practice Sets, 4 Solved Papers (AFCAT Test 1/2011, 2/2011, 1/2012, 2/2012). The written price of this book is INR 225.
- R Gupta’s AFCAT Air Force Common Admission Test Exam: A book by RPH Editorial board is published by Ramesh Publications. It has not got very nice reviews as a preparation book yet it is good for practice. So you can get good amount of questions for practicing from this book.
- Other books: There are no specific books, yet now I am going to mention the types of book. Of course the evergreen book for English is Pearson’s. Similarly you can refer to any year book, like Manorama or Chronicle for having an updated GK. Lucent’s is also good for preparing GK. Math can be easily tackled by practicing books of 10th level of any board. Math is easier than CDSE and all it requires is formulas and their applications.
High time now, tighten your belts and bang on!