I had 60-70 percent for 3 years before I joined, just don’t give up and you’ll get there
I got 76% on my first time too i was so mad cause i was one question off but then i just studied the manual and passed the second time
I’ve been in the same position I passed my first time but got a violation. I had to take the test again and I got a 72% I think. I was frustrated but I am planning on taking it again today or tomorrow. Just study the Manuel and tutorials like others said and you’ll pass your next time.
How do I take the test
Contact an ATC recruiter :)
Ok thanks , who did you ask?
Actually here… you can see all the requirements and persons you can contact from here:
Great thank you so much
One piece of advice: don’t take the exam easily. After studying enough, take the test. Study until you reach 100% on the practice test
Where would the practice test be
Tips on what I’ve heard
Open you tracking thread once a day before in the week leading up to your test
Take the practice test before you open and tell people what you need to work on
For the day before, study the manual.
I failed the ATC test 3 times! It was on my second go around that I was able to make it into IFATC! I’ve come so far and learned so much! You can do it!!
You are very close to the passing mark, keep it on :)
Same here, I almost cried when I too got a 76%.
Just keep studying, take the practise test and also start a tracking thread as it may give a hand when there will be answers
got a 100% on my 2nd attempt
I thought I was crying too
Thanks for that link @PilotA320. Really Helpful!!
Get 100% on the practice test and take the written test
Hi there! Here are some tips for your future tests:
- Read the ground and tower section of the ATC manual thoroughly, bear them in mind
- Have a pen and a piece of paper beside you when testing. You can make things easier by drawing them out, it’s not as difficult as you think!
For the practical:
- watch the perfect ATC test video made by Tyler, which shows what they’ll test on you and how to handle the conflicts
- Create your own ATC tracking thread to put your knowledge into practice!
A Guide To Creating An ATC Tracking Thread
Feel free to tag me if you need some training 😊 You can also PM if you have any questions!
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