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Posted: Sat Sep 17, 2005 7:08 pm
Just a thought but there's a few of us here who are involved in the maintenance end of things it might add a new dimension to the site to add a maintenance section to the forum.
Posted: Mon Sep 19, 2005 9:33 am
good idea,bob your my new question bank guru(in a few weeks anyway),and vica versa!!
how about we post lots of questions and answers!!!
Posted: Mon Sep 19, 2005 3:52 pm
Good idea. As requested..........Enjoy!
Posted: Mon Sep 19, 2005 6:26 pm
Thanks for that Mark much appreciated
On the questions and answers sounds like a good idea I'll do my best to do up a few when i get started. I'll have a look at the syllabus as I'm doing the modules and try to create sample questions as I do the exams and get an idea of their styling.
You should ask Frank sure he'll do up a few for ye.
Posted: Mon Sep 19, 2005 8:50 pm
nice one mark!!
bob ive a few and ive good books to recommend,im gona wait to do my modules til next year when i get my OTJ sorted with a low fairs airline abroad,this airline is crying out for people,i decided not to do that till next year!!
ha bob,The Tanks questions are rubbish and repetitive!!
Posted: Mon Sep 19, 2005 9:13 pm
Tanks questions were also very simplified compared to question you see on papers and other examples they're not worth a f**k.
Fire ahead with those recommened books actually. Ollie had some interesting books last year but I forgot the names and can't remember where I wrote them down.
You must must be doing the Electronics degree this year fare play and good look with it no doubt it'll stand to you when your in the industry. Any hints on what low fare airline your talking about?
Just a point you probably know yourself but push Carlow to get them exams sat because from what I can tell they're in no rush to get them done.
Posted: Mon Sep 19, 2005 9:29 pm
bob,i aint doin my modules until i get OTJ its poinless otherwise,especially one i can recall a question about a DMC 1 failure on an airbus,little did i know what answer to give until i sat in a cockpit of one of these and clearly understood.