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EASA exams - what is wrong?

Old 13th Jun 2019, 11:06
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Originally Posted by HeliComparator View Post
For example we had to have x number of questions on aircraft limitations. So we inevitably had to have some numbers for airframe, transmission, engine and system limits, even though the relevant point was only about the green, amber and red markings on the gauges (and who cares about the numbers!).
Great statement HeliC.... as a examiner I rarely asked such questions. I found them somewhat irrelavant although some were in the limataions section such as starter values etc (example) were worthy of noting.
As a driver the last thing I was concerned about during a sticky situation was "have we reached 105.3 N1 or was that 105.6" . The coloured markings are there for a reason. Green "good" yellow "I'm getting worried" red "we maybe f##ked"

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