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PostPosted: Sun Apr 01, 2012 7:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Random question, but as with CAA/JAA exams, doesn't the paper ask you to nominate the correct answer or the least wrong...

I fell for the same thing on a couple of Q's during my PPL, once it'd sunk in that they engineer the other answers to appear correct if you make the expected errors it becomes easier...

1 answer either right or least wrong
2 answers you'd obtain exactly if you did wrong maths/method
1 answer completely wrong to rule out idiotic guess approach

Might go some way to explaining why you dont get exactly one of the possibles with the right method - you're not meant too!

What other industry examines you in the same way???
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