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Hello again folks,
I sat POF this week. I failed with a mark of 74%. Really annoying about the 1% missing. Anyway I will
be resitting the exam on the 19th in Gatwick. I made a lot of little mistakes because of stress and lack
of time so I will normally pass it successfully next time. I would not say it was a "fair exam" but it was
not that bad. Know the QB won't be enough guys.
I had some badly reworded questions unfortunately and as a French man, I could not deal with them.

There is a pretty good feedback here which really helped me and some of the questions were in my
exam :
http://www.atpforum.eu/forum/examinations-feedback/new-question-feedback/118053-easaprinciples-of-flight-and-aircraft-general-06-11-17
The last 200 will help you.
What I had :
- LSS and Temp relationship
- 3 questions regarding swept wings
- Ground effect (aircraft tendency to float and Lift increase)
- Flaps deployed in straight and level flight, what happens to Lift (went for "remains the same")
- Dutch Roll (Yaw and Roll)
- Static Stability along which axle
- Normal shockwave with increasing AoA (it moves backwards, increases in intensity...)
- Unit of density, pressure, 2nd Newton law
- VMO and MMO

Given :
You are in a power on descent glide angle 30°
Weight : 11 000Kg
Lift : 10 500Kg
Drag : 8500Kg
Type-in Thrust Vector in KG (if you can help me on this one, just to make sure I didn't make a wrong
answer in my exam. Thanks)

- In a turn :
A - Upgoing wing produces higher roll rate than the downgoing wing
B - Downgoing wing produces more drag than the upgoing wing
C - Other possibilites
D - Other possibilites

A really horrible question with trim tab and balance tab. I do not remember the wording : you move
your control column up, what about trim tab and balance tab (same way or opposite way of the
control column...)
- A fully powered system, the pilot :
A - moves the spring tab
B - moves the servo tab
C - is looking for the "aerodynamic feel"
D - other possibility

I hope it helps. I do not really remember more questions as I was running out of time. There are easy
questions with basic knowledge and some tricky questions which require a lot of thought. I had 74%
and POF was my "biggest fear" so you guys should be fine.
Cheers,
Alex


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