Need to write the PRM exam

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Need to write the PRM exam

#1 Post by rigpiggy » Wed Mar 09, 2016 1:24 pm

the TC study and reference guide is decidely lacking, would anybody have any practice questions and the relevant CARs that they could fwd to me?
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Re: Need to write the PRM exam

#2 Post by robertw » Wed Mar 09, 2016 4:14 pm

As far as I know, the CAR's exam is the same as for AME licensing. CAR's for the AME is a good start.

http://www.carsfortheame.com/studyguides.html

The interview will be based off of your MPM / MCM and your knowledge of CAR 571, 573, and any CAR part VII as applicable to your position (702, 703, 704 and definitely 706 if for an air operator.)
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Re: Need to write the PRM exam

#3 Post by CID » Sat Mar 12, 2016 11:07 am

At the risk of sounding priggish, if you gotta ask maybe this isn't the right move for you.
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Re: Need to write the PRM exam

#4 Post by GyvAir » Sat Mar 12, 2016 5:44 pm

I'm sure he'll do just fine in both the exam/interview and the position. The PRM position often isn't a spot people aim to fill, but find themselves needing to fill it due to company structure and often on relatively short notice. I think it's pretty common for people to suddenly be going "OK.. I need to do this. How do I go about preparing myself in an efficient manner?"

(I don't know if this is true in rigpiggy's case of course, but I've seen the routine play out a number of times.)
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Re: Need to write the PRM exam

#5 Post by rigpiggy » Sun Mar 13, 2016 8:46 am

GyvAir wrote:I'm sure he'll do just fine in both the exam/interview and the position. The PRM position often isn't a spot people aim to fill, but find themselves needing to fill it due to company structure and often on relatively short notice. I think it's pretty common for people to suddenly be going "OK.. I need to do this. How do I go about preparing myself in an efficient manner?"

(I don't know if this is true in rigpiggy's case of course, but I've seen the routine play out a number of times.)
Dingdingdingdingding. We have a winner.RW thx for the reference, cid as the newf's say " kiss me @#%{". Lol
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