For the Selection-candidates who still have to do their physic test and to make it easier for me…


FAQ for the physic test:


1. How can I prepare myself for this test?

- Buy/hire the book: “theory and problems of college physics


2. Do we have to know everything of that book?

            - NO, don’t be silly.


The following numbers are the chapters and the numbers of the exercises we did in the ‘physic-week’ in July.

 Chapter 2: 2-9-14-15-17-20
             3: 9-10-15-16-22-23-28
             4: 1-3-7
             5: 2-3-4-7
             6: 2-4-8-16-20-21
             9: 1-2-3-6-7
           12: 1-2-4-9-10
           13: 1-3-7-8-12-19
           14: 3-8-12
           16: 1-4
           26: 4-5-6
           27: 2-24
           28: 2-9

NORMALLY, if you don’t have any problems at all, to solve those questions, you’re ready to make the test.

(Note: don’t think that the test will be easy because the 3 example questions of the information brochure are simple!)


3. How many questions do we get on the test?
            - Depends of you have the A or the B test.
A) 30 questions and u have to solve 20 of them, and they all have to be correct.
B) You receive 20 questions and you have to solve them all.


(Tip: do not make to many mistakes ;-) )


4) Do we have to know the formulas and the constants by hart?

            - Yes! You do NOT receive a paper with the formulas and the constants on it.

(Tip: you will receive scribble paper; write the formulas and the constants down!)


5) Are we allowed to use a calculator?

            - Yes, you can use your ‘pocket-Japanese’, so don’t forget to bring it with you!

So, I hope this will help a couple of you...

Good luck guys/girls,



23:24 Gepost door 3lke in Algemeen | Permalink | Commentaren (7) |  Facebook |


Just a tip for the pedestrians,
you really need to know what the diffrence is between "kiwi" and "kiwi reactives".
you also should know what the miiin miiin siiinnn of fiiii is.
But anyway, good luck :)
Happy walks!

Gepost door: Oliebol | 08-12-07

Happy walks? That's so rude :p

Gepost door: 3lke | 08-12-07

You forgot the "wachhmachhïïïïïn dat you hhhhave at hhhhhhhom" and "you meet the cürrent in de branch" :D

Gepost door: Karl | 09-12-07

so true :p

But he's nice :-)

Gepost door: 3lke | 09-12-07

3l, lil is cannot follow :s

Gepost door: Floes | 10-12-07

@ lil sis:

our teacher of electrics always says 'from the miiin to the pluus' and 'we meet the current' instead of 'we mesure'...but it's oki, teacher is nice :-) Om het op zijn POH's te zeggen, 'I don't give a sh*t'

Gepost door: 3lke | 10-12-07


It really depends what you did before. If you already studied smth like engeneering, any sciences,... this test won't be a problem at all. I you took some sciences courses in high school, it shouldn't be a problem neither. Anyway, revision courses are organised.

There is no secret: work (and money :s) is the key to access a cockpit. This physic test is from far easier than the tests you'll get at SFA or the official ATPL test...(even if those tests are not that difficult...)

I talked to someone hired for prom 9 (the one starting in April 08) and he told me also that the physic test was not too difficult...

So work and you'll get there!
Good luck

Gepost door: Karl | 15-12-07

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