High Scoring PAF Aeronautical Engineering Preparation Course: Course Overview
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The course covers topics from All Subjects featured PAF Aeronautical Engineering Initial Test
Intelligence (Verbal & Non-Verbal)
What is the test syllabus?
Questions are asked from the following subjects:
Since a lot of the students in Pakistan are not exposed to intelligence questions during their FA/FSc days, they are not as familiarized with the subject as they are with others, such as English or Science subjects. In order to familiarize themselves with the questions in the PAF Intelligence Test and learn some useful tips on how to improve their chances of success in this portion of the PAF Aeronautical Engineering Initial Test, students may refer to the following:
Similar to other subjects, questions in the PAF Intelligence Test have their own set of terminologies which students must familiarize themselves with in order to get a better grasp on the subject. Terms such analogy, odd one out, inference etc. are concepts which students must learn in order to improve their command over Intelligence questions. These concepts are extensively covered in this course as well as our PAF GD Pilot preparation course.
As students go through our course and the extensive questions offered therein, they’ll become familiarized with such concepts. This will not only help them to differentiate between questions belonging to one topic or another, but it will also help them navigate better through the course as a whole.
Students are advised to inculcate some basic analytical values before tackling PAF Intelligence Test. Values such as interpreting i.e. seeking patterns, or inferring i.e. forming conclusions based on available evidence or reasoning, or, most importantly, critical thinking i.e. the ability to question things and not take them at face value, are all absolutely essential. Inculcating these and similar values in your thinking habits is vital to achieving success in the PAF Intelligence Test.
The PAF Intelligence Test's questions at their core are a test of the mind. In order to ace this section, your mind has to be at is sharpest. In order to keep the mind sharp, try to play games, such as crossword puzzles or chess, which test the mental faculties of individuals. In addition, a healthy mind and healthy body go hand in hand. Therefore, exercise regularly and be mindful of your sleeping patterns in order to keep your mind in peak condition.
Although this is related to the previous point, but its importance merits that it be discussed separately. All questions in the PAF Intelligence Test require you to be able to maintain your focus and attention for long periods of time. This is necessary to follow the arguments presented in questions, or to make inferences and deductions/inductions etc. In order to improve your attention span, you must practice as much as you can. The wide variety of questions offered in this course will enable the candidate to constantly be on their toes and improve their focus and attention