12th Feb 2012, 14:39
With admin's permission I'd like to invite you to Part66 Online Training (http://www.part66online.com)
This is absolutely free, PART66 online quiz. On this website you can test yourself and practice your knowledge before passing PART66 exams. Database consists from about 10000 questions. Registered users can view personal stats to track progress.
If you have any questions or ideas how to improve that project, please contact me at any way, write in this topic, via PM or directly to info@<hidden>
Happy practice! :O:8
13th Feb 2012, 04:32
Awesome stuff !
13th Feb 2012, 08:02
V good stuff but not enough questionnaires to pass EASA 66.
Club66pro.com is updated constantly but unfortunately it is a paid up club. UK CAA is aware of it and is constantly changing the questions. Still a better chance of passing EASA 66.
aircrafttech trng.com was really good but hijacked last year with lost of most Q & A.
Airmech.co.uk is completely out of date and is a paid up club (a joke).
Q & A needs to be updated by contribution from every one who has just finished sitting the latest module exam.
Really appreciate your post.
13th Feb 2012, 16:53
Thank you guys!
Kuchan, I don't agree with you.
Student should not learn by rote questions and answers. Student should understand theory, how all that laws and rules works. It does not matter what questions in CAA changes constantly. Theory understanding is in student's responsibility. In future student will be maintenance engineer and will provide flight safety. My project helps student to test knowledge, to find it's theory weaknesses and then learn them. So in my opinion, 10000 questions is enough. They covers all PART66 syllabus. Unfortunately I don't have question banks for all modules, so modules 12, 16 not available for testing. I hope someday someone will share them with me and I'll add them to database. And most important thing is what project is absolutely free.
I also added Q&A section to bring some interactivity, anyone can ask about question and anyone can answer. Unfortunately there is no much activity in that section but I hope in future it will be.
Also I'll be very happy to get questions banks with right answers. I'd like to make database wide as possible.
Any thoughts? Let's discuss!
13th Feb 2012, 20:32
Q & A needs to be updated by contribution from every one who has just finished sitting the latest module exam
I would advise a bit of caution or at least assured anonymity (very difficult with computers) on this.
In the USA there is a developing "scandal" around doctors using question banks to pass speciality certification tests.
In the past this appears to have been standard practice with recent test sitters getting together after the test to capture as much as possible.
The test creators are claiming copyright infringement as well as violation of terms agreed to (no divulging contents etc) when applying to take the test.
They are even threatning to pull certification from anyone proven to have
contributed to or (harder to prove) used question banks.
I suspect authorities in most fields think alike, no direct knowledge though.
14th Feb 2012, 00:21
UK CAA does aware of the question banks and changes the questions constantly.
Most questions in the module exams are not the exact wordings as per the "question banks"
Without basic understanding of the topic, it is unlikely to pass.
Contributor has no photographic memory to remember the exact wordings after the exam. So where is the copy right.
To be honest, how many would pass the EASA modules without the help of the question banks.
In the past A & P had probably 3000+ Q & A in a printed copy(book) which was supplied (paid) by the A & P school. The exam questions were exactly the same as the print out.
At least UK has the DATA Protection Act that prevent leaking of private personal information.
Look at the News of the World phone tapping scandal that shut the newspaper down. The rule is the rule here in UK. Leakage of Data is a criminal offense.
14th Feb 2012, 14:35
I basically agree with all of your points, especially on being able to pass without fundamental knowledge. Besides if you memorize 10,000 questions you are bound to know something :)
I mentioned the "scandal" merely to alert the unwary (in all regions) to be cautious since at least in some areas there is a movement towards action on question banks in many fields.
As to copyright it does not take exact wording to infringe, otherwise one could freely re-publish a lot of work by randomly tweaking words and sentence order etc, although I must admit that a lot of technical writing reads as though that has already been done.
Apparently the Doctor "study groups" did an amazingly accurate job by merging multiple partialy recalled questions no need for photographic memory.
As to data protection at least in the USA a subpoena trumps privacy laws.
16th Feb 2012, 13:57
These question bank type Websites should only be used to highlight weaknesses to assist with further study etc.:ugh:
If the subjects are studied well then any potential question will be answerable.:eek:
16th Feb 2012, 14:02
Your opinion is exact as mine. Key phrase is "highlight weaknesses", this is part66online.com aim!