Originally Posted by

**Beethoven**
Hi all,

Quick question if I may, I'm at the point in my ATPL theory (distance learning) where I'm considering sitting some exams.

I was wondering if anyone had any evidence (actual or anecdotal) of whether the number of sittings taken to pass all 14 exams has any bearing on selection criteria assuming no failures. I don't intend to intentionally do it in more than 3 sittings but I could do it in 2 with some effort. Assuming reasonable scores and no failures will it impact either way?

kind regards,

Beet.

Average score is looked at first. Number of sittings next (if at all)