AFCAT II 2018 Notification is published by Indian Air Force and the exam is going to be held on 18th and 19th Aug 2018, though you have enough time to start your AFCAT preparation, we suggest you start with solving the AFCAT sample question papers and AFCAT previous year question papers. Below you can find the AFCAT Solved Model and Sample Papers, these AFCAT sample papers will help you to understand the AFCAT question paper pattern and type of question you will face in your AFCAT exam. Candidates who are preparing for the AFCAT 2018 and 2019 can download the 500 Solved AFCAT Questions for the practice.
|AFCAT 2 2018 Important Dates and Details|
|AFCAT 2 2018 Online Apply Date||16th June 2018|
|AFCAT 2 2018 Last Date||15th July 2018|
|AFCAT 2 2018 Admit Card Date||1st Week of Aug 2018|
|AFCAT 2 2018 Exam Date||18th and 19th Aug 2018|
|AFCAT 2 2018 Result Date||Last week of Sep 2018|
|AFCAT 2 2018 AFSB Interview Date||From Oct 2018 onward|
|AFCAT 2 2018 Merit List Date||June 2019|
AFCAT 2018 Exam Pattern
Below you can find the AFCAT exam pattern and different topics and subjects you will face in AFCAT Exam. Keep this mind while preparing for the AFCAT exam.
|Topics||Number of Questions||Maximum Marks||Time Duration|
|General Awareness||20||60||2 Hours|
|Military Aptitude Test||20||60|
|EKT For Technical Branch||50||150||45 Minutes|
500 Solved AFCAT Questions [Download Link below]
(Q.Nos.1-4) You have one brief passage with four questions following the passage. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives.
Stammering is a habit disorder linked with lack of self-confidence. Basically, for a child to understand a language, there are four stages. The first is learning to understand the spoken language and the second is speaking. Both of these usually develop around the age of two. The third stage is speaking complex sentences, which develops at around three and the fourth is when the child recognizes the written alphabet. In 80% of children while the third and fourth stage are at play, the first two get disturbed because something new is being incorporated in the mind. This is absolutely normal. But what over cautious mothers do is fret a lot and the child develops a fear which later manifests itself as stammering. Infact, most textbooks on stammering state in bold that “Had there not been any over cautious mothers, hardly any one would have suffered from stammering”. Fluency can be incorporated in the speech of such patients through hypnosis.
1. Stammering is caused because of
(a) physical disorder (b) hindered growth (c) lack of self-confidence (d) lack of understanding
2. The second stage of a child’s understanding the language is
(a) speaking (b) writing (c) listening (d) reading
3. …………. are basically the reason for developing a fear in the child’s mind.
(a) Parents (b) Over cautious mothers (c) Fathers (d) Uncles
4. Fluency in such patients can be incorporated in the speech of such patients through
(a) hypnosis (b) slap (c) punishment (d) symbiosis
Directions (Q.Nos. 5-10) Select the most appropriate word from the options against each number.
Speech is major mode of communication. Conversing with people is an everyday (5) without conversation, communication would
be (6). Therefore, one should (7) develop one’s conversational skill. There are different kinds of conversation. Sometimes one tries to
(8) another in conversation just to get (9). In such conversation, meaning (10) matter.
5. (a) thing (b) occurrence (c) procedure (d) duty
6. (a) tremendous (b) easy (c) impossible (d) delightful
7. (a) consciously (b) correspondingly (c) collectively (d) conscientiously
8. (a) keep (b) hold (c) impress (d) engage
9. (a) informed (b) occupied (c) acquainted (d) bored
10. (a) does (b) does not (c) did (d) did not
Directions (Q. Nos. 11 and 12) In these questions out of the four alternatives, choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the given word.
(a) Destination (b) Garden (c) Jail (d) Bird
(a) Warmth (b) Affectation (c) Hatred (d) Affection
Directions (Q. Nos. 13-15) Choose the word opposite in meaning to the given word and mark it.
(a) Good (b) Innocent (c) Ingenious (d) Foolish
(a) Mercy (b) Bestiality (c) Cruelty (d) Humanity
(a) Clean (b) Mean (c) Weak (d) Lean
Directions (Q. Nos. 16-20) In the questions given below, out of the four alternatives choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentences.
16. Something that occurs irregularly.
(a) Uncommon (b) Sporadic (c) Constant (d) Persistent
17. Appealing to senses.
(a) Sensual (b) Sensuous (c) Sentimental (d) Sensory
18. Someone who is indifferent and is careless.
(a) Lackadaisical (b) Perfunctory (c) Inaccurate (d) Painstaking
19. One who intervenes between two or more parties to
(a) Neutral (b) Intermediary (c) Judge (d) Connoisseur
20. The absence of law and order.
(a) Rebellion (b) Mutiny (c) Revolt (d) Anarchy