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Hi bob and Richard just wanted to thank you for the material you provide us with. Your practice exams are great, the forums provide so much added feedback and help and the your books are awesome. Managed to get a pass of 90% for air law on Friday at my first attempt.
Could not have been any more happier considering I was a little worried I would fail.
G'day buddy, Thanks a lot, my preparation for this exam certainly was a main factor in me getting the result I got. I mean I studied the AIP CAR CAO CARS just as much as I studied the Bob Tait books and practice exams.. I knew where everything was and could pin point where to find the answer to the questions in a matter of seconds. Study up on the publications. I highly recommend the Bob Tait exams as the questions are worded very similar but YOU NEED TO READ THE QUESTION 2X in the casa exam as they try there best to confuse you with the wording. I also brought the ground effect exam booklet which was great as I have always been use to just using Bob Tait, ALSO read the forums for Cpl Air Law but only read the recent ones as there has been a lot of changes. know VMC requirements, know your circuit procedures/give way/ know radio calls in the vicinity of an aerodrome (10nm) know take-off and landing separations, know the MR ( who can sign a MR and what you as a pilot can repair) know over water procedures with regards to life jackets ect. study on ELT's. study on everything than has to do with fuel/fuelling. And finally study up on ADIZ and prohibited, restricted and danger areas, what to do if you enter a prohibited area by accident. do you need a clearance to enter a danger area. can you request a clearance to enter a restricted area.
Hope this helps you out and let me know if I can help further more
Good luck and remember to read the bloody question and take you're time in the exam.