AFCAT 2 2021 Exam Analysis 28 AUGUST 2021

AFCAT 2 2021 Exam Analysis 28 AUGUST 2021
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The Air Force Common Admission Test - AFCAT 2 2021 is scheduled to be conducted by the Indian Air Force (IAF) in online mode from 28th August to 30th August 2021. The AFCAT 2 2021 exam analysis for the 28th of August is now accessible for applicants who will be taking the upcoming exams. Candidates can evaluate their performance using the exam analysis to determine the section-by-section and overall difficulty level. In addition, applicants will be able to learn about the distribution of questions by section and topic, the difficulty level of the questions, and the weighting of topics, among other things. The AFCAT 2 2021 is being held at multiple approved exam locations across India to select qualified candidates for various open positions in various branches of the Indian Air Force.

  • The difficulty level of the paper ranged from easy to moderate, according to reports collected from applicants who took the AFCAT 2 2021 exam on the 28th of August.

  • However, depending on their performance and amount of preparation in the exam, the difficulty level of the questions in different parts may vary from candidate to candidate. 

  • For admission to the Flying, Ground Duty (Non-Technical), and Ground Duty (Technical) branches, the AFCAT exam is conducted in an online mode in two shifts. 

  • The morning shift exam continues from 9.45 AM to 11.45 AM, whereas the afternoon shift exam extends from 2.15 PM to 4.15 PM.

AFCAT 28th August 2021 Exam 

Given below are the exam timings for the AFCAT 2 2021 exam conducted on 28th August.

Exam Shifts

Exam Timing

AFCAT Shift 1 - 28th August 2021

9:45 AM to 11:45 AM

AFCAT Shift 2 - 28th August 2021

2:15 PM to 4:15 PM

AFCAT 28th August 2021 Exam Analysis

Check AFCAT 2 2021 28th August Exam Analysis below:


Questions Asked 

Good Attempt 

Difficulty Level

General Awareness



Moderate Level

Numerical Ability



Moderate to Difficult

Verbal Ability



Easy to Moderate

Reasoning & Military Aptitude



Moderate Level

  • The candidates are awarded 03 marks for every correct answer.

  • 01 mark is deducted for every incorrect answer.

  • No mark is deducted for unattempted questions.


AFCAT 2 2021 Expected Cut-off 

Since the AFCAT 2 2021 exam is scheduled to be conducted from 28th August to 30th August 2021, it would be difficult to predict the expected cut-off score based on the analysis of the very first day only. However, the level of the exam was from easy to moderate including a few difficult questions in the Numerical Ability section as well. Once the exam is finished for all three consecutive days, we will be able to determine the expected cut-off score more accurately. Candidates can visit our website for the latest updates and AFCAT 2 2021 analysis of the upcoming exams.

We hope that the above-mentioned article on AFCAT 2 2021 Exam Analysis 28th August will help you to understand the difficulty level of the questions asked in the exam this year. Explore more relevant articles on similar topics related to the defence exams. 

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