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1

Why should you become familiar with your aircraft systems, avionics, cockpit layout, and checklists?

A. to improve your situational awareness.
B. to assist your cockpit scan.
C. to degrade TEM principles.
D. to improve your stick and rudder skills.

A. to improve your situational awareness

2

By planning ahead and visualising how the flight environment will change in the near future, pilots can accomplish tasks ahead of time to reduce their workload during busier periods. This can lead to

A. improved situational awareness.
B. improved time management and reduced situational awareness.
C. increased stress during busy workloads.
D. all of the above.

A. improved situational awareness

3

Which of the following statements about CRM is true?

A. It is an essential skill in order to be able to maintain and enhance an unsafe level of situational awareness.
B. It is an essential skill in order to be able to maintain and enhance a safe level of situational awareness.
C. It involves the limited use of some resources to enhance the safety and efficiency of flight.
D. It involves the limited use of flightdeck-related resources to enhance the safety and efficiency of flight.

B. It is an essential skill in order to be able to maintain and enhance a safe level of situational awareness

4

Pilots can and should take advantage of ………….. periods to prepare for upcoming times of ……………... activity. By planning ahead and ……………….. how the flight environment will change in the near future, pilots can accomplish tasks ahead of time to ………………. their workload during busier periods.

A. high-workload, decreased, visualising, reduce.
B. low-workload, increased, visualising, reduce.
C. high-workload, increased, visualising, reduce.
D. low-workload, increased, visualising, increase.

B. low-workload, increased, visualising, reduce

5

To maintain situational awareness, an accurate perception of ____ must be attained, because it this _____ affect the flight.

A. how the pilot must interact with other sources; might.
B. how the pilot interacts with the environment and aircraft; might.
C. how pilot interacts with the aircraft and environment; will.
D. how the crew make decisions; might.

C. how pilot interacts with the aircraft and environment; will

6

Knowing your aircraft systems, avionics, cockpit layout, and checklists well can

A. degrade TEM principles.
B. assist your cockpit scan.
C. improve your stick and rudder skills.
D. improve your situational awareness.

D. improve your situational awareness

7

Effectively employing CRM allows you to do what?

A. decrease your need for TEM training.
B. increase access to limited information regarding your flight environment and aircraft operation.
C. increase access to all relevant information regarding your flight environment and aircraft operation.
D. increase your need for sound TEM principles.

C. increase access to all relevant information regarding your flight environment and aircraft operation

8

Planning ahead and accomplishing tasks ahead of time can

A. improve situational awareness.
B. improve time management but reduce situational awareness.
C. increase stress during busy workloads.
D. all of the above.

A. improve situational awareness

9

Which of the following tactics would enhance situational awareness?

A. dealing with what you have in front of you, not thinking too far ahead.
B. in co-ordination with fellow crew members.
C. following a checklist.
D. seeking assistance from no-one.

C. following a checklist

10

By effectively employing CRM,

A. you decrease your need for TEM training.
B. you increase your need for sound TEM principles.
C. you increase your access to all relevant information regarding your flight environment and aircraft operation.
D. you increase your access to limited information regarding your flight environment and aircraft operation.

C. you increase your access to all relevant information regarding your flight environment and aircraft operation