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ATPL's @ ULC in Poland

Old 15th Aug 2014, 13:30
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ATPL's @ ULC in Poland

Anyone been taking the exams in Warsaw this year?

I would like some "intel" on whether they are using the LRJT (i believe they're from Airbus?) on the Flight Planning portion as well as the Mass and Ballance part of the exams.
As far as i know, UK CAA doesn't question from these graphs, only the once in the CAP (source; previous students attending exams, not seeing any of them).


Anyone familiar with how things work out over there? I heard that CAP's and JEP manual is not allowed (JEP manual will be provided at the exam).
Any tips will be appreciated .
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Old 15th Aug 2014, 13:42
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Can't comment on Poland but it is down to individual countries as to how they allow or not CAPs or Jeppesen. A number of non-UK countries only allow appendix/annexes given out in the exam.

The UK has certainly asked questions on the LRJT(A330) in FP & MB. This is not to say they appear at every exam sitting though.

The CAA/EASA have always stated as a professional pilot you might be required to extract data from any aircraft data manual not just the ones in CAPs you have been studying for 3 months. However this might come as shock if the first time you see it is in the exam given time pressure.
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Old 15th Aug 2014, 18:23
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Please try to write tu ULC question regard this. I passed my ATPL exams this year, but I don't remember which type of acft performance sheet were used. I think it was similarly like CAP performance handbook
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Old 15th Aug 2014, 18:47
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i always wondered about atpl exams in UK and other EU countries. I am currently in a distance learning program under CATS in a school in Hungary. But i have learnt that Hungarian CAA only allows you a day in a week and at least 3 exams on that day. Which might be a little difficult, so after finishing my distance training i am thinking to take the exams under Polish CAA. I heard that you can have a week for exams every month and enter one exam per day if you want. What about the questions? Are they different than Hungarian or UK CAA?
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Old 15th Aug 2014, 23:13
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Leszczu: so you did your exams in Poland?
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Old 16th Aug 2014, 00:57
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No sorry for the wrong impression, i have not taken any exams, i am planning on taking them in Poland.
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Old 16th Aug 2014, 21:14
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@ biggi: yes, I did. But I don't remember which exactly performance sheet where used. But the same as in Bristol or CAT atpl question bank. I think it was MRJT. Not sure, but actually I can't checkit, I'm outside my home. But I hope that little information hope You. If You have question feel free to ask

@ shinigami: as I remember, there are two weeks every month (with summer exception) when You can praticipate for exam. I did my ATPL exams in two days: 10 subjects in the first day and 4 or 5 on the second so no problem with taking exams per days. So i think You shouldn't have problem with an exams. Have You tried to choose english version of ULC website? If not available, ask here and in my free time I will look for information You are looking for
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