INSTRUMENTS FLIGHT PLANNING
During the examination review, your instructor will read and provide the correct answer for each
question. Upon your request, he/she will discuss any question or answer.
Taking notes of any type during the review is prohibited.
If in the opinion of the instructor a controversy exists over a test item, he/she will request that
grading be suspended and a review initiated.
Do not ask questions about your examination to the personnel in the testing office. They are not
permitted to provide information other than your percentage grade. If you have a problem with a
grade, ask an instructor for assistance.
When completed, grades are posted on the bulletin board, first deck, Griffith Hall. Examination
results are posted within 24 hours.
If there are any failures, a note requesting the class leader to obtain "pink sheets" from the testing
office is posted.
If you fail the examination, you must schedule a debrief of the test with any Instruments
instructor. Additionally, you are required to confer with one of your class advisors concerning
your academic situation. Your final step is to confer with the Academic Training Officer. You
are allotted three days, from the date of the examination, to complete "pink sheet" routing and
return it to the testing office.
The scheduling of the End-of-Course Instruments re-examination is your responsibility. You
must complete the Instruments End-of-Course re-examination within two weeks of the date of
TEST GRADING CRITERIA
For questions 41-45 you will be given a voice communication problem and for questions 46-50
you will be required to completely fill out a DD 175.
The grading criteria for the voice communication problem will be as follows:
FUELS +/- 5 pounds
HEADINGS/COURSES +/- 2 degrees
TIMES +/- 60 seconds
The grading criteria for the DD 175 will be as follows:
ETEs +/- 5 minutes
No omissions /errors for the rest of the form.
9-2 END-OF-COURSE EXAMINATION/REVIEW