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No we don't. The extract includes those areas which past experience has shown routinely come up in the exam. If we were to include all regulations that are mentioned in the MOS, we would basically have to give you an almost complete set of original regulations. That defeats the purpose of the more easily accessible extract.
If you are concerned, there is no reason I am aware of to prevent you taking the extract and the original documents into the exam. This should not cause a problem with the invigilators.
I did compile an index to go with the extracts, but CASA declared that it had to be removed. They are not happy with candidates having access to anything that makes it easier to find information. Sorry about that.
For the extract, couple guys noted some things missing.
I'm just starting the IREX prep now, and noted that your questions in your practice exams would have needed CAO 20.18 App 3 and 4. Another asked about the RDR testing which would be 20.9.6. Any reason these weren't included?
We no longer have an index, but the CAR, CAR, CASR extract is available to all students and it contains all of the material required for the IREX. It is available as a pdf on request from our office 32040965. The extract has been OK'd by CASA and can be brought into the exam room as long as there are no handwritten notes.
I am about to do the air law exam in Jan 2018 - so far i have passed all 6/7 of the CPL Exams self studying with bobs books and prac exams. My question regarding the extract is as follows - Can i take just the extract into the exam? or will i be under prepared if don't take all the CAO's and CARs and Part 61?
I only ask because buying the CAO and CAR manuals online is going to cost a pretty penny which can be better invested in AvGas if the extract will suffice.