AFCAT 2 2013 Result / Cutoff Marks

AFCAT 2 Result 2013
The Indian Air Force has announced the Air Force Common Admission Test (AFCAT) 02/2013 and dispatched the list of candidates who qualify the written test will be called for the next level of selection process by the Air Force Selection Boards (AFSB).
The board has declared the list , in which candidates can search for their AFCAT roll numbers. If a candidates found their name in the list then, they are advised to follow the instructions given in the pdf uploaded at the of official page of Indian air force career.

General AFCAT 02/2013 Cutoff Marks
As per the official declaration, all the candidates who obtain marks more than 116 out of 300, has been declared as successful. So check your complete scores in the exam by logging in your account using your login details.

Important Dates
1. Select Your AFSB venues on or before 06th Oct 2013.
2. Login in your AFCAT account will be disabled 31st Oct 2013.
3. Download your AFCAT Call Letters for further testing and interview on or before 31st Oct 2013.

Instruction for Qualified Candidates In AFCAT 2013
All the candidates who has been declared as successful in the test , now have to follow the general instruction given by the Board.
>> You are requested to login into your account to check your marks in the written test.
>> All the shortlisted candidates are required to login into account and place your venue from the one of the Air Force Selection board for further testing process.
>> You have to select the Venue before the last date given in the file. If you will not be able to select before the last date then you will be called at venue allotted to you by the board and will be intimated through the email ID.
>> Carry your all the required documents as well as testing call letter on the day of Test.

Check AFCAT 02/2013 Result at the notification part of Air force careers.
Here is the list of shortlisted candidates for the Intelligence Test, Psychological Test, Group Test, Medical Examination and Interview conducted by Air Force Selection Boards (AFSBs).