9. VNAV ACADEMIC EXAMINATION
9.1.1. The VNAV Examination evaluates student knowledge of VNAV procedures and chart
usage. Specific information the student should be aware of prior to the test includes the
9.2. DESCRIPTION OF EXAMINATION
9.2.1. The VNAV end-of-course examination contains fifty objective type questions, primarily
multiple choice with some fill-in-the-blank questions. The test includes, but is not limited to,
questions regarding low-level procedures, mission planning, and chart interpretation.
9.3. TIME ALLOCATION
9.3.1. One hour is allotted for the end-of-course examination.
9.4. STANDARDS AND GRADING CRITERIA
9.4.1. Students must score 80% or higher to successfully complete the examination.
9.5. MATERIALS REQUIRED
9.5.1. The instructor provides all materials required for the examination. Textbooks, class notes,
CR-2s or other study aids are prohibited.
9.6. TESTING PROCEDURES
9.6.1. The examination will begin "on time". Students late by less than ten minutes are
permitted to take the examination with their class; however, scheduled completion time remains
in effect. Time extensions for late arrivals are prohibited. Students arriving in excess of ten
minutes late are referred to the Academic Training Officer for disposition.
9.6.2. The instructor provides an examination, answer sheet, scratch paper and pencil to each
student. Be sure your SSN is filled in correctly.
9.6.3. After commencement of the examination, students who leave the room are not permitted
re-entry until all students have completed and examination materials have been collected.
9.6.4. Should questions arise during the examination period, students should raise their hand for
9.6.5. Writing in examination booklets is prohibited.
9.6.6. Upon completion of the examination, you will be provided with a critique sheet.
Constructive comments and recommendations for corrective action are encouraged.