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Williamson created the topic: Permitted Material For IREX Exam.
I am just after some advice on the AIP "SUP" sections that we are encouraged to take into the CASA IREX exam. As the SUP sections are not sent out as part of the AIP or AIP amendment service anymore. I would love some tips on knowing exactly what SUP's I should print out from Airservices that will be valid/effective and align with my exam date.
My AIP is current under an amendment service, will this be current enough to take into a CASA exam with out worrying about SUP's?
You can only use the extract or you have to bring all the documents thats CASA's rules on the issue, Stupid I know
The use of these ‘selected extracts’ in CASA PEXO exams is subject to the following conditions:
The ‘selected extracts’ must be as provided without any additional pages, training notes, cross references or indexes added to them.
Candidates may choose to take into their exams either:
·These ‘selected extracts’ of CAOs, CARs and Part 61 documents; or
·The normal set of CAOs, CARs and Part 61 documents, but NOT both.
Should a candidate, as a result of using ‘selected extracts’, find that they cannot answer a question(s) or choose an incorrect answer(s), are not permitted to use this to request a re-marking of their exam.
Candidates may only take ‘selected extracts’ into those exams where each of those documents (CAOs, CARs and CASR Part 61) are part of the ‘permitted materials’ for that subject.
A divider page, used to separate the different sections, i.e. separating CAOs from CARs and from the Part 61 portions of ‘selected extracts’, is approved.
As per the normal CASA requirements stated on page
the CASA web site, no tagging of these pages is permitted, however candidates may choose to underline or highlight sections of the text if they wish (also as stated on that same page of the CASA web site).