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PostPosted: Sat Oct 03, 2009 9:56 pm    Post subject: AviationExam.com Reply with quote

Has anyone used the AviationExam.com for practice for the Helicopter exams. If so how did you find it?
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 04, 2009 10:30 am    Post subject: Re: AviationExam.com Reply with quote

PennyPitstop wrote:
Has anyone used the AviationExam.com for practice for the Helicopter exams. If so how did you find it?


Yes, I have. My experience is from the ATPL(H) side, but the questions in there are hard. The issue for me was some of the wording, as it contains the whole european question bank. You have to read them throughly to pick out any double negatives etc.

I was getting around 75%-80% on the tests in there, a few days before I sat the first exams I flipped over to Bristol tests and was getting high 90's on the tests. When it took the actual exams I got 96% - 91%.

Having said that, I think these are a great for testing the knowledge of the subject. If you get decent scores from them you will no issues with the UK exams at all in my opinion. They also keep track of every subject area and it will tell you areas of weakness, you can get questions on just these areas if you want.

Which reminds me (in case PACO reads this), I must get on with Module 2 and start dedicating some time to it....
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