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with part-66 examination questions
We can provide training organisations and Aviation Authorities with exam questions, for any/all of the Basic modules
1-17 (and Essay questions too).
We have considerable expertise in these subjects, and all our instructors have recognized teaching
We have available two types of questions:
These are sold to any organisation and as such, are considered to be in the public domain. Many can probably be found on the internet also. As such, they are not normally considered suitable for official examination by a Part-147 organisation or a Aviation Authority. They are however very good for general "practice" of questions and phase exams etc. as a part of an ongoing learning process.
We have over 23,000 Stock questions, covering all Modules (1-17) and all Licence Categories in accordance with the syllabus of EASA Part-66. You can choose how many questions you want to buy, per Module. You can also choose how many questions you would like per subsection, or, if you prefer, you can let us decide on the questions-per-subsection breakdown, based upon our experience of teaching the Modules, and the rule-of-thumb of approximately 1-question per hour of classroom training.
Please note that these are not sold to individuals. If you are a student of the Part-66 Module subjects and are looking for a set of questions with which to test your knowledge prior to entering the Official Part-66 exam, please go to club66pro.com.
Cost is £1 per question (plus VAT if applicable).
What About the Essay Questions?
We can also supply Stock Essay Questions (£1.00 per questions). These do not include answers or marking schemes.
What are Secure questions?
These are sold only to Part-147 organisations or Aviation Authorities. All questions are written by Total Training Support, the experts in examination materials, and are kept secure, out of the public domain. Any organisation wishing to buy these questions are required to sign a Non-Disclosure Confidentiality Agreement, to ensure they understand their responsibilities with regard to maintaining the security of the questions in accordance with Part-66/147 (or non-EASA equivalent) procedures.
What is the cost per question?
It is usual for organisations offering official examinations to hold 2 or 3 examination papers in each Module. You can choose how many questions you want to buy, per Module, or how many examination papers you would like. You can also choose how many questions you would like per subsection, or, if you prefer, you can let us decide on the questions-per-subsection breakdown, based upon our experience of teaching the Modules, and the rule-of-thumb of approximately 1-question per hour of classroom training.
Cost is £3.00 per question (plus VAT if applicable) for the initial order.
How many questions do I need?
This depends on the Licence Categories (A, B1, B2 etc.) in which you are approved to deliver exams. As a guide, for example:
- For 1x exam papers for all B1.1 modules (modules 1-10, 11A, 15, 17A), you will need 692 questions costing £2,076. For 2x exams, you will need 1,384 questions costing £4,152 and so on...
- For 1x exam papers for all B1.1 and B2 (modules 1-10, 11A, 13, 14, 15, 17A), you will need 1,219 questions costing £3,657. For 2x exams, you will need 2,438 questions costing £7,314 and so on... Note: if a question can be used in more than one Module, for example where some Subsections of Module 11A is the same content and same Level (1,2 or 3) in Module 13, we charge only once for the question.
What if I need to add more questions later on?
Most Aviation Authorities require exam question databases be reviewed annually (sometimes bi-annually) and redundant questions withdrawn from use, and at least 10% new questions added. Subsequent orders are £3.50 per question (plus VAT if applicable). The additional cost is because of the additional work required to make sure that we do not deliver duplicated questions, or similar questions, as those that we delivered in your initial order. All questions in initial order are randomly selected from our database. For subsequent orders, the questions must be hand-picked carefully.
In what format are your questions delivered, and what information comes with each question?
Each question, constructed as above, is delivered in the format of your choice (MSWord, MSXLS, txt file etc.) with the following information:
- the correct answer (A, B or C);
- the Level (1, 2 or 3);
- Reference to learning objective (from Part-66 syllabus);
- Reference to module and Part-66 syllabus paragraph / subparagraph.
Each Module is delivered as a seperate file of questions, headers are used to subdivide the questions into Subsections in accordance with the Part-66 syllabus Our multiple choice question quality assurance Download sample Module 7 questions Download sample Module 8 questions
Note: The above sample questions are provided in two different formats, as examples. You can define your own format as required, when you purchase questions.
What About the Essay Questions?
We can also supply Secure Essay Questions (£130 per question). These include model answers and marking schemes.
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