Written test missed questions

Discussion in 'Cleared for the Approach' started by Fabio, Nov 5, 2019.

  1. Fabio

    Fabio Pre-Flight

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    Is there a web site where you can actually see the question you missed or all we have is just the reference number for the subject area of the incorrect questions ?
    Thanks for the help.
     
  2. Jim K

    Jim K Pre-takeoff checklist

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    No... questions are kept secret. The code only gives the general subject of the question.
     
  3. Clip4

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    The test proctor could have let you see the questions you missed.
     
  4. flyingron

    flyingron Ejection Handle Pulled

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    Only if he wants to jeopardize his ability to give tests. The proctors are not supposed to be looking at the exams PERIOD, let alone letting the examinees see them after the test.
     
  5. snglecoil

    snglecoil Pre-Flight

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    I was able to view the question text that I missed on the instrument written, just not the answer choices. The proctor gave me the choice to see.
     
  6. Clip4

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    The program allows the test subject to review the questions they missed post test. They may not record the questions and take them from the site. The test result only provides the test subject codes.
     
  7. dmspilot

    dmspilot En-Route

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    That's just completely wrong. The system quite automatically shows you the missed questions after the test. Then gives you an opportunity to write a dispute if you think the test is in error.
     
  8. Walboy

    Walboy Cleared for Takeoff

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    Sort of related, this in today's email from AOPA:

    "Airman Certification Standards (ACS) codes will be added to airman knowledge test reports (AKTRs) pertaining to the questions answered incorrectly"

    and also

    "All airmen will be required to establish an FAA Tracking Number (FTN) within the Integrated Airman Certification and Rating Application (IACRA) before taking any FAA airman knowledge test"

    Supposed to start January 13, 2020
     
  9. benyflyguy

    benyflyguy Pattern Altitude

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    Goal is to not get any codes to review :rolleyes::rolleyes: