Short Final VFR

C – Picture description

Home » Short Final VFR C - Picture description Look at the picture and be prepared to describe it at length, and to speak as much as you can about it. My tips: Try to use specific vocabulary if needed. Don't hesitate to be creative. All pictures are in one way or another related to aviation. [...]
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B – Reading comprehension

Home » Short Final VFR B - Reading comprehension Carefully read the short text or document linked to the aviation world (i.e. NOTAM, safety information, meteorological report…). Afterwards, summarize the subject, speak about it in order to show that you have understood the meaning and the content of the document. My tips: Check your summary/explanation with the [...]
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VFR Virtual flights from the 2018 database

Home » Short Final VFR VFR virtual flights from the 2018 database Explanation In these exercises, the examiner will play the role of the controller. You should transmit your radio messages exactly as you would if you were in a real aircraft. Relevant charts are provided. When the examiner instructs you to contact a different [...]
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VFR virtual flight

Home » Short Final VFR VFR virtual flight - Part 1 This exercise is specifically dedicated to the ICAO standard phraseology. You are the pilot in command and the operational examiner is playing the role of the air traffic controller. You are asked to use standard radiotelephony communication whenever possible. If no standard phraseology is available [...]
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D – Open question

Home » Short Final VFR D - Open question Here is a list of questions similar to the ones asked during the test. Express your opinions and supporting reasons in clear, coherent English. My tips: Your opinion will not be judged, only your English level. You will be asked to choose a number between 1 and [...]
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C – Picture description

Home » Short Final VFR C - Picture description Look at the picture and be prepared to describe it at length, and to speak as much as you can about it. My tips: Try to use specific vocabulary if needed. Don't hesitate to be creative. All pictures are in one way or another related to aviation. [...]
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B – Reading comprehension

Home » Short Final VFR B - Reading comprehension Carefully read the short text or document linked to the aviation world (i.e. NOTAM, safety information, meteorological report…). Afterwards, summarize the subject, speak about it in order to show that you have understood the meaning and the content of the document. My tips: Check your summary/explanation with the [...]
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A – Personal Introduction

Home » Short Final VFR A - Personal Introduction The introduction exercise of the AEPS test consists of presenting yourself to the examiners so that they know some more about you and your aviation experience. My tips: Write your own presentation, and repeat it several times. Keywords are useful to help you remember your introduction canvas. As example, [...]
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VFR virtual flight

Home » Short Final VFR VFR virtual flight This exercise is specifically dedicated to the ICAO standard phraseology. You are the pilot in command and the operational examiner is playing the role of the air traffic controller. You are asked to use standard radiotelephony communication whenever possible. If no standard phraseology is available for the situation, [...]
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D – Open question

Home » Short Final VFR D - Open question Here is a list of questions similar to the ones asked during the test. Express your opinions and supporting reasons in clear, coherent English. My tips: Your opinion will not be judged, only your English level. You will be asked to choose a number between 1 and [...]
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