ATPL Met (AMET)

AMET  1.5 hour exam, 70% pass mark.

ATPL Met 1

ATPL Met Practice Exam Questions

Do 20 of approx 30 questions

ATPL Met 2

ATPL Met Practice Exam Questions

Do 20 of approx 30 questions

ATPL Met 3

ATPL Met Practice Exam Questions

Do 20 of approx 30 questions

ATPL Met 4

ATPL Met Practice Exam Questions

Do 20 of approx 30 questions

ATPL Met 5

ATPL Met Practice Exam Questions

Do 20 of approx 30 questions

ATPL Met 6

ATPL Met Practice Exam Questions

Do 20 of approx 30 questions

ATPL Met 7

ATPL Met Practice Exam Questions

Do 20 of approx 30 questions

ATPL Met 8

ATPL Met Practice Exam Questions

Do 20 of approx 30 questions

ATPL Met 9

ATPL Met Practice Exam Questions

Do 20 of approx 30 questions

ATPL Met 10

ATPL Met Practice Exam Questions

Do 20 of approx 30 questions

ATPL Met 11

ATPL Met Practice Exam Questions

Do 20 of approx 30 questions

ATPL Met 12

ATPL Met Practice Exam Questions

Do 20 of approx 30 questions

ATPL Met 13

ATPL Met Practice Exam Questions

Do 20 of approx 30 questions

ATPL Met 14

ATPL Met Practice Exam Questions

Do 20 of approx 30 questions

ATPL Met 15

ATPL Met Practice Exam Questions

Do 20 of approx 30 questions

GAF & GPWT

This exam covers the new (Nov 17) GAF & GPWT. Refer to feedback half way down page.

ATPL Met 30 Random

30 Random Questions From All ATPL Met

CASA Permitted Material (check CASA website for latest):

  • AIP Book
  • AUS PCA

https://www.casa.gov.au/standard-page/atpl-exams

CASA Suggested Reading

  • B.O.M. Manual of Meteorology Vols 1 and 2*
  • AIP Book* with particular emphasis on GEN 3.5
  • Handbook of Aviation Meteorology by (the British) Meteorological Office B.O.M. Manual of Aviation Meteorology

 

What Is Examined?

1.1 The Meteorology examination tests Unit 1.8.4 and Unit 1.8.5 of Schedule 3 of
the MOS, but may include items from earlier Units, which are common to both
the Helicopter and Aeroplane. In particular the following items:

The Atmosphere.
• Clouds and Precipitation.
• Motion of the Atmosphere.
• Visibility.
• Ice Accretion.
• Airmasses and Fronts.
• Airmasses and Frontal Analysis.
• Synoptic Charts.
• Upper Level Weather.
• Upper Level Charts.
• Climatology.
• Met Observations.
• Reports & Forecasts

1.2 The examination will have a mixture of  questions on general knowledge and ‘practical’ problems

1.2.1 'Practical' questions may be based on any appropriate item of the manual of standards, and involves pilot interpretation of charts, satellite photographs, and weather forecasts and reports. These will be provided during the examination.

1.2.2 Questions are typical of those involving high altitude, high speed aircraft on domestic and international flights.

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