UNIT 4: T-39 EXAMINATION AND REVIEW
DESCRIPTION OF EXAMINATION
The Flight Preparation end-of-course examination contains fifty multiple-choice, True/False,
and fill-in-the-blank questions. Expect twenty-five general knowledge questions concerning
flight preparation concepts. The other twenty-five questions are reserved for the T-39 NATOPS
portion of the examination.
One and a half hours (1+30) are allotted for the end-of-course examination.
STANDARDS AND GRADING CRITERIA
To successfully complete the examination, you are required to correctly answer a minimum
of 80% of the questions.
The instructor will provide all materials required for the examination. Textbooks, CR-2s,
class notes, or other study aids are prohibited.
The examination will begin on time. Students late by less than ten minutes will be permitted
to take the examinations with their class; however, the scheduled completion time remains in
effect. Time extensions for late arrivals are prohibited.
The instructor will provide an examination, answer sheet, and pencil to each student.
Should questions arise during the examination period, students should raise their hand for
Writing in examination booklets is prohibited.
Upon completion of the examination, you will be provided with a critique sheet. Remember
that while constructive comments are encouraged, a professional response is expected.
During the examination review, your instructor will read and provide the correct answer for
each question. Upon your request, he will discuss any question or answer.
Note taking of any type during the review is prohibited.
If in the opinion of the instructor a controversy exists over a test item, he will request grading
be suspended and a review initiated.