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    Hello,

    how do the EASA exams work,do you have to pass them in blocks ?
    also how many questions per exam ?
    and which is the best order to write them in ?

    thank you

  • #2
    Hi Botsflyer,

    You can find out a lot about the EASA exam process by going to: https://www.bristol.gs/revision-cour...m-information/

    The number of questions in each exam differ between subjects, as does the time allowed. Also, it depends upon which licence you are studying for. Here is an idea for ATPL(A):

    Subject Time Questions
    Air Law 1:00 44
    AGK Sys 2:00 80
    AGK Inst 1:30 60
    M&Bal 1:00 25
    Perf 1:00 35
    Flt Plan 2:00 43
    HP&L 1:00 48
    Met 2:00 84
    Gen Nav 2:00 60
    R Nav 1:30 66
    Ops 1:15 45
    PofF 1:00 44
    VFR Com 0:30 24
    IFR Com 0:30 24

    We break the subjects into three modules for study, as you can see here: https://www.bristol.gs/atpla/

    Hope that helps?

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    • #3
      Sourced from a combo of the above link and the CAA Exam booking website:

      'Sittings' and 'sessions'

      A 'sitting' is a date range (e.g. 6 - 9 January) in which exam 'sessions' can be booked.
      A 'session' can last between 30 minutes and 2 hours.
      You can choose to be examined on any subject within a session as long as the session is long enough.

      You have a total of 6 sittings to pass all the exams and no more than 4 attempts at any one subject within those 6 sittings.

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      • #4
        They define a sitting as being a maximum of 10 days. So for example, if you sit one exam in Gatwick on Monday, and one in Luton on Tuesday, that is within the same 'sitting' But if the second was on the following Friday that would be classed as two sittings. beware!

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        • #5
          thank you both for the information,so you have to write multiple exams on one day ?
          seems as strange way to have to do the exams.

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          • #6
            or can you only write one exam per day ?

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            • #7
              and the pass mark is 75% ?

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              • #8
                If you so desired, it is possible to do 4 exams in one day ... depending on which exams you choose - as in not all the long ones!
                Pass mark is 75% for all the ATPL Subjects!
                PPL (A), Night Rating ... "RTFQ"

                13 Down, 1 Left ... proverbial light shining!

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                • #9
                  what happens if you don't pass all in the 6 sittings ?
                  I presume you have to start all over again ?

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                  • #10
                    How many per day you sit (write) is up to you. And as Stephen says above, 75% is the pass mark for all of the EASA exams. We have people who choose to sit one exam per day, and some who have taken 8 in two days. Most of your questions will be answered by reading the two links I gave you in the earlier response, or by looking at the CAA exam portal.

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                    • #11
                      Yes, you would have to re-sit all of the exams, after any remedial training as directed and decided by your ATO.

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                      • #12
                        thank you all !

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                        • #13
                          can I just confirm, that you can write in 1 week at 2 different locations and it still counts towards a single sitting??

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                          • #14
                            The CAA website https://www.caa.co.uk/Commercial-ind...am-timetables/ confirms the date range of a 'sitting', as described already by Stephen. I can confirm that multiple locations within a sitting are acceptable.

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                            • #15
                              ahhh great news, thanks, slots are scarce, don't know what all these guys are doing getting into this business, lol, thank you .

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