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Wrenchturner
18th Jul 2009, 10:00
can anyone tell me if there are part 66 b1 b2 exam guides available, similar to the a&p exams where you can purchase the book and memorise the answers.



munster
18th Jul 2009, 10:29
there are no part 66 books like the a&p ones that i know of. you can subscribe to an online question bank with club 66 pro, if you intend to gain your licence purely by learning the questions, you will soon come unstuck. as a revision aid to proper study though, the site is great.

good luck.

NutLoose
18th Jul 2009, 11:35
These are probably what you are after............
Good Luck with the exams


EASA Part-66 CAA B1 and B2 Licence Exam Question Bank on eBay (end time 20-Jul-09 10:30:46 BST) (http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/EASA-Part-66-CAA-B1-and-B2-Licence-Exam-Question-Bank_W0QQitemZ270425774738QQcmdZViewItemQQptZUK_CPV_Aviation_SM?hash=item3ef6a1da92&_trksid=p3286.c0.m14&_trkparms=65%3A12%7C66%3A2%7C39%3A1%7C72%3A2134%7C293%3A1%7C294%3A50)

or

EASA PART 66 B1 B2 CAA FAA Practice QUESTIONS ON CD ROM on eBay (end time 21-Jul-09 15:01:44 BST) (http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/EASA-PART-66-B1-B2-CAA-FAA-Practice-QUESTIONS-ON-CD-ROM_W0QQitemZ320399551488QQcmdZViewItemQQptZUK_CPV_Aviation_SM?hash=item4a994d2c00&_trksid=p3286.c0.m14&_trkparms=65%3A12%7C66%3A2%7C39%3A1%7C72%3A2134%7C293%3A1%7C294%3A50)

As said. I don't know how current, but they will point you in the right direction.

Wrenchturner
20th Jul 2009, 14:05
another question hopefully someone can help me with, the exam list that i was given shows that some exams for some modules are only 20 questions..... is that the same everywhere? for example some of the test guides have hundreds, even thousands of questions, i am not sure what to think of 20 questions, either more difficult or more easy..... any comments?

Miles Gustaph
20th Jul 2009, 15:46
...that depends of if it's negatively marked or not... sorry that doesn't really help does it.

I'd be careful with the questions from ebay, the last lot I saw went out with the examination review in the late nineties so not so good... also you need to be very careful of falling into the trap of familiarity with what YOU think the question rather than what the question is ACTUALLY asking, and again be very careful about who you trust to give you specimen answers as I've seen some truly atrocious words linked together under the pretense of being a specimine answer.

I would seriously recomend a corraspondance course where you have a tutor for feedback, if you go to a reputable company they will be of a huge help. If you can't go down that route then I would suggest in preparation for your essay questions that you buy a school level essay writting study guide so you can get use to answering the questions properly.

As for the A&P approach of memorising rather than learning, I'm with Munster:ok: just don't do it, it's expensive and time consuming to sit the exams personally I'd rather have felt I'd justified the time and money by having actually studied for the exam.

The above aside good luck and why don't you see if you can get some exceptions for your transport Canada pieces of paper.