ATPL Theory Question Bank - ATPL Online

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Welcome to our updated website.

One of the aims of our new site is to allow you the chance to practice the different formats of exam questions which we think you are likely to see in the UK CAA's new style exams.

The website also includes questions referencing the New Jeppesen (GSPRM) manual.

If you will be using this manual in your formal EASA examinations please create tests from the Flight Planning New Jeppesen Manual and General Navigation New Jeppesen Manual subjects.

The site also allows you to opt to see all the questions as 4-option multiple choice.

Your choice of question bank (original question style or UK question style) can be updated in your account settings.

If you choose the UK CAA style exams then, in addition to the standard 4 option multiple choice questions, this site also contains 3 new styles of questions:

1 - Questions where you are required to write in the answer to the question given. The answers are numerical only, written as a whole number typed into the box provided. The units the answer must be given in is written directly after the box. So you must ensure you are writing the correct answer for the unit specified! Some "tolerance" on the correct answer will be available for some of these questions.

2 - Questions where you are required to complete the statements in the question using the words or sentences provided in one or more drop-down boxes. Each drop-down box will be worth one mark, so you can score part marks in these questions as some questions will be worth more than 1 mark.

3 - Questions where you will be given a list containing a number of possible facts/statements - you are required to mark a specific number of those facts/statements which agree with the question given. You will only get the mark for this style of question if you mark all the correct answers.

We randomise the information in all the drop-down lists and the order of statements in the true/false lists. This makes these questions much more difficult - especially if you have memorised the correct answer with the fixed ordered lists given in the original exam question.

All our "write in answers" currently require you to enter a whole number.

We would very much appreciate any feedback you have after you’ve taken any of the new style exams!

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