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FINAL EXAM-STUDY GUIDE ATC 331-TOWER OPERATIONS Fall 2016 05/05/2016 Cell phone & personal communication device use IS NOT permitted during classes or laboratory sessions; students must turn off all cell phones, pagers, and communication devices before entering the classroom or laboratory environment BRING A #2 PENCIL FINAL EXAM DATE: december 7th FINAL EXAM TIME: 12:10PM – 2:00PM ROOM SIM 161 This is a list of the general areas from which the test questions for the Final Exam will come from. The test has 107 questions consisting of multiple-choice and true/false (85), fill-in the blanks (21), and short answer (1). Representative questions are provided as examples only, and are not intended to be all inclusive as to what the questions might ask for. 19 MULTIPLE-CHOICE QUESTIONS FROM: FAA 7110.65 3-1-3 (use of active runways) When the local controller authorizes another controller to cross an active runway, the local controller shall verbally specify the runway to be crossed , 3-1-4 (coordination between local and ground) Local and ground controllers shall exchange information as necessary for the safe and efficient use of airport runways and movement areas 3- 1-10 (observed abnormalities) •When requested by a pilot or when you deem it necessary inform an aircraft of any observed abnormal aircraft condition. 3-2-3 (receiver only acknowledge) •To obtain acknowledgment from an aircraft equipped with receiver only, request the aircraft to do the following: fixed- wing aircraft 3-3-4 (braking action) •Furnish quality of braking action, as received from pilots, to all aircraft as follows: describe the quality of braking action using terms “good”, good to medium”
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FINAL EXAM-STUDY GUIDE ATC 331-TOWER OPERATIONS Fall 2016 05/05/2016 , 3-3-5 (braking action advisories)
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