AFCAT Coaching in Mumbai

Welcome to Study Campus, a place wherein a unique teaching methodology is applied to boost the confidence in the students and make them prepare to beat the heat waves of the challenging life. We embedded a well-planned strategy into the preparation module of our courses that helps the candidates in achieving a secured position in the vibrant field of the Indian Air Force. Our Offline or ONLINE AFCAT coaching in Mumbai are molded with regular quiz sessions that work on the continuous development of the students during the complete course duration.

AFCAT Exam Dates-

Candidates can check all the important dates of AFCAT 2024 as below, for the latest updates or information you can directly call to our coaching institute of just drop an inquiry.

AFCAT 1 Notification 1 December 2023 AFCAT 2 Notification 20 May 2024
AFCAT 1 Application Form 2024 Starts 1 December 2023 AFCAT 2 Application Form 2024 Starts 30 May 2024
Last Date to fill AFCAT 1 2024 Form 30 December 2023 Last Date to fill AFCAT 2 2024 Form 28 June 2024
AFCAT 1 Admit Card 2024 30 January 2024 AFCAT 2 Admit Card 2024 To be Notified
AFACT 1 Exam Date 2024 16, 17, 18 February 2024 AFACT 2 Exam Date 2024 September 2024

We are mated with highly qualified teachers and mentors who keep on guiding the students with the best in all Coaching Classes for AFCAT in Mumbai and prepare them confidently for the exam. We not only teach the candidates but also monitor their regular progress to keep an eye on the efforts taken by them towards their success goal.

What is AFCAT?

AFCAT is Air Force Common Admission Test is designed to pick and employ the best officers who are ready to serve the spectacular field of the Air Force. It is the common admission test designed to select the officer for different branches of the Indian Air Force: Ground Duty Branch, Flying branch, and Technical branch.

With the AFCAT coaching institute in Mumbai, candidates find the pathway to get selected to serve the Indian Air Force in any of the above-mentioned branches. Complete preparation and a positive environment will lead them towards their future goal of success that defines with a temperament of sustainability.

AFCAT scheme of exam:

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 from negative marking. The total time allotted for the paper is two hours.

AFCAT Selection Process:

Candidates applied for AFCAT will have to go through the selection procedure as follows:

For Ground Duty (Technical) Branch: Candidates will be called for Air Force Common Admission Test (AFCAT) and Engineering Knowledge Test (EKT). The AFCAT will be of two hours duration and will contain multiple-choice questions on verbal ability, numerical ability, reasoning, general awareness, and military aptitude. Selected candidates will have to undergo further testing of two stages.
Stage-I: consists of Intelligence Test along with other tests, document check.
Stage-II: consists of Psychological tests, Group Tests, and interviews.

For Flying Branch: Candidates have to go through Air Force Common Admission Test (AFCAT). The AFCAT will be of two hours duration and will contain multiple-choice questions on verbal ability, numerical ability, reasoning, general awareness, and military aptitude. Intelligence Test, Psychological test along with other tests, document check, Group Tests interview & CPSS (Computerized Pilot Selection System) and or PABT would be administered to eligible candidates.

For Ground Duty (Non-Technical) Branch: Candidates have to go through Air Force Common Admission Test (AFCAT). The AFCAT will be of two hours duration and will contain multiple-choice questions on verbal ability, numerical ability, reasoning, general awareness, and military aptitude. Intelligence Test, Psychological test along with other tests, document check, Group Tests, interview.

AFCAT Exam Pattern

The pattern of the Written Test

✅ The test will be of 2 hours duration.
✅ All questions will be Multiple Choice Questions.
✅ Questions from numerical ability, verbal ability, reasoning, general awareness, and military aptitude are asked.

Why choose us for AFCAT Coaching?

✔ We offer the best AFCAT coaching classes in Mumbai, seeking to drive the students to their targeted position in their career goals.
✔We have molded with the high-quality study material that comes with the referential guidance of highly qualified mentors of a similar field specialized in giving real-time knowledge and tips to the students to face the trauma of the exam.
✔ We aim to shape the student’s future by building competitive skills in them through our quality teaching and interactive academic base.

Coaching classes for AFCAT in Mumbai:

Study Campus is indulged in imparting an interactive platform to the students appearing for the challenging aura of the Indian Air Force entrance examination. We have molded ourselves with the right strategies and planned a course of action to offer the students with the best and specialized center of learning for AFCAT.


How many papers are there in Afcat?

AFCAT examination is conducted for two job profiles, one for the flying branch and another for the technical branch. Candidates need to answer questions from all the four sections asked in the online test; verbal ability in English, numerical ability, reasoning and military aptitude and general awareness. A total of 100 questions are asked of 300 marks.

What are the subjects in Afcat?

The candidates are evaluated based on four subjects; English, mathematics, reasoning and military ability and general awareness.

Is the Afcat exam tough?

AFCAT examination is not as competitive as the other examinations. With the right strategy and proper guidance, you can easily crack the AFCAT examination. If you live in Mumbai, you can join Study Campus for expert guidance.

What is a good score in Afcat?

Candidates who score between 140 to 160 marks out of a total of 300 marks are considered to have scored well.

Do questions repeat in Afcat?

Candidates might a few repeated questions in the AFCAT examination, or otherwise, the questions are different each year. The subject matter and the underlying principle on the basis of which questions are asked might remain the same.

Is maths compulsory for Afcat?

Candidates who wish to sit for the AFCAT examination may not have Mathematics as their compulsory subject in their graduation but they should have mathematics in their 10 + 2.

How many times can I give Afcat?

AFCAT examination is conducted to recruit candidates into three branches; flying branch, technical branch, and ground duty branch. There is no limit to the number of times one can apply for the examination but the candidate should be within the age limit which is specified.

Is there SSB after Afcat?

SSB stands for Service Selection Board. Candidates who get selected in the written examination are called for the SSB round, which is the interview round. The final list is prepared according to this.

Which book is best for Afcat?

Many good books can be referred for the AFCAT examination. Some of the books which can be referred are Current Affairs of Arihant Publication, ‘Let’s Crack EKT – Engineering Knowledge Test,’ ‘Study Guide to AFCAT 2020 by Disha Publications.

Can a girl apply for Afcat?

Yes, girls can surely apply for the AFCAT examination after completing her graduate degree. She should satisfy all the eligibility criteria to sit for the examination.

Our AFCAT Coaching in Mumbai (Andheri & Borivali) and Thane, Maharashtra, India:

407/B, Vertex Vikas Building,
Metro Gate Exit # 4,
Above Anupam Stationery,
Andheri (East). Mumbai : 400069
Mobile No. – 77-0000-88-50
Phone No. – 022-4123-766

Office No. 04, D Wing,
3rd Floor, Gora Gandhi Apartment,
Above Gora Gandhi Hotel, Chandavarkar Lane,
Opposite Borivali (W) Railway Station
Mobile No. – 84-5292-38-35
Phone No. – 022-4123-766

401 & 2, Fourth Floor, Krishna Plaza,
Above Krishna Sweets,
Shivaji Path, Opposite Thane
Railway Station (W) 400601
Mobile No. – 79-0000-50-77
Phone No. – 022-4123-766