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CAR CASR in air law exam

Old 19th Aug 2010, 00:48
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CAR CASR in air law exam

Just a little confused on whether I need to take the CASR along with the CAR into the air law exam?

On the ASL site it says only the CAR ??
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Old 19th Aug 2010, 07:07
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Not required or allowed. See previous thread.

http://www.pprune.org/dg-p-general-a...-law-casr.html

Good luck with the exam.
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Old 19th Aug 2010, 11:24
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ahhhh cheers, wasn't sure if it was the same for cpl.
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Old 24th Aug 2010, 11:28
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ERC's and TAC's

I'm doing Air Law via AFT's distance course. None of the practice questions have required ERC's or TAC's yet ASL's booking confirmation says that the full set of these charts are required.

Can anyone who has done the exam lately advise whether any of their questions needed the charts?
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Old 24th Aug 2010, 11:42
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Not needed whatsoever, I didnt even take them into the exam

just AIP(10 tags), Ersa (5 tags), extract of CAO's and CAR's (no tags)
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Old 24th Aug 2010, 11:45
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Thanks BF.

Hope you passed it ok
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Old 24th Aug 2010, 12:41
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Yeh got through it ok
Though screwed the first 2 duty time questions (I think most do)
I'm not sure if anyone ever goes exceptionally well in Air Law, unless your a bureaucrat
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Old 25th Aug 2010, 14:22
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hmmm has anyone read the premissible item for airlaw on teh CASA site??
It says:

"Airservices Page divider does not consider as tag"

Does that mean I could just go buy some blank divider from ASA and use them for exam purposes?? Such item can be found on the Airservices online store and it's blank so you could write your own note on it.
if that's the case, then it'd be a good news to us all!!

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Old 29th Aug 2010, 00:52
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Don't miss the import bit - "blank divider". You write notes on it and the ASL nazi (like the soup nazi) will sensibly inform you that it's not a divider, it's a tag and is not allowed.
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