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gnav 96%, Rnav 92%, M and B 90% and VFRComms 95%....... as such i would say my feedback is pretty on point. If you are passing practice exams in BGSOnline with 90% or above then you will pass the M and Balance exam i sat. I am also hopeful that the mark may go up slightly as Colin said he would appeal...
Hi there - just thought i would let you know that i put my feedback in a new thread in the feedback forum.
If you are passing question bank tests (and by that i mean by doing the calculations not remembering the answers) you will have no problem with the exam i sat today.
Mass and Balance & VRF CommsHi there,
Sat both today.
Mass and balance.
Most were question bank or very close. 1 that i can remember which i do not think is in the bank was that you were given an aircraft mass, its current CoG, the forward and aft limits and the arms of 2 hold compartments....
RTFQ is just sooooo important..... got caught out with that today!
After tomorrow i dont have any exams until the beginning of Feb session when i have Air Law, Op Proc, Performance and Flight Planning.....
Not a student with BGS directly - i use all their material but do it...
I've seen on your response in the feedback forum that you're sitting Mass and Balance tomorrow. Could you let me know how you find it, in terms of both complexity and time? It is my final exam, so hopefully all will remain OK for just a little while longer!
Hi Fouga_GVA..... re RNAV - dont think there were any proper new questions - they were all QB or a reworded versions..... sorry but i struggle to remember specifics but if you are comfortable with the bank you should be comfortable with the RNAV exam i just sat.....
Back to the bank for...
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Sat GNAV today. Grand majority were from the QB or very similar. There were only 2 that didnt feel familiar.
One was you were given a heading and a relative bearing to an NDB, variation at the NDB and aircraft, and the chart convergency of a conic chart. You had...
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