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RPL/PPL Study Guilde Vol 2 - Part 6 Sample Examination Questions - Q3

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Question 3.)
At a non-towered aerodrome, the latest position at which and aircraft can be expected to join the circuit is:

a) upwind leg
b) base leg
c) crosswind leg
d) downwind leg

CAAP 166-1 seems to suggest on page 24 / paragraph 5.6.1 that joining on base was possible, and even joining on final was allowed, although not recommended.
www.casa.gov.au/file/182536/download?token=ev1DY9ng

I have the feeling I missed something here. Any pointers to clarify this for me would be greatly appreciated.
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michel@deprez.id.au replied the topic: RPL/PPL Study Guilde Vol 2 - Part 6 Sample Examination Questions - Q3

I think since the base & final are not recommended, you would not entertain the idea of using it in the exam. "expected to join" is the words I would look for in this Q. So the latest position would be downwind.
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