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EXAM #2-Study Guide ATM 331-TOWER OPERATIONS Spring 2015 Exam Date: 03/22/16 The exam questions come from the PowerPoint presentations used in class and supplemental files contained in Block #2 folders, worksheets for Airport-Code & Decode and Air Carriers & Air Taxi Identification. Study the PowerPoint presentations and the information below to prepare for the exam. The information below is provided as a general study guide and is not intended to be a list of every item on the exam. BRING A #2 PENCIL -I will NOT provide any pencils. There are 45 questions on the exam – 31 are multiple-choice questions. The rest are short answer, fill-in for flight progress strips, writing out answers using correct ATC phraseology, etc. Airport Markings (15 questions) – In addition to the PowerPoint, it is highly recommended that you complete the RUNWAY SAFETY SIGNS MARKING PRESENTATION and the RUNWAY SAFETY SIGNS MARKING QUIZ found in the PowerPoint 6 – ATC 331 – Airports folder in BlackBoard.
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