The Air Cabin Crew course is assessed across 1 level. You will receive a certificate on successful completion of the exam.
The Final Assessment will contribute to 100% of your final grade awarded for that particular level of the course.
The Final Assessment consists of a total of 24 questions. The questions are based on the course literature, so you will NOT be questioned on information that has not been specifically addressed and discussed throughout the course modules.
Each question will have a different format to it, from multiple-choice questions to questions selected from a word bank. Read each question carefully and answer to the best of your knowledge.
Students will be issued with a grade according to the graded scale listed below:
Pass – 70% to 100%
Fail – 0-69%
Read each question very carefully – There may be questions asking you to select the option that is incorrect and/or more than one answer to a question.
Answer each question – Do not leave any question blank as you will not be awarded any marks; however, you have a 1 in 4 chance of answering correctly if you at least attempt the question.
Work by process of elimination – If you are unsure of the answer to a question, first rule out any options that you know are definitely (or at least mostly sure) are incorrect and then select which you think is correct.
Please note, your results for the Final Assessment are automatically sent across to your tutors and they will be aware of your grades.
Air Cabin Crew Examination
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Your results will now be forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your certification is now being processed and will be sent digitally via email for you to download within 7 – 14 working days.
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Harley Oxford would advise you to go over the course modules again to get more practice.
Question 1 of 24
What is the minimum height permissible for a member of cabin crew to work onboard an aircraft?
Question 2 of 24
Scheduled airlines are known as __________ in legal terms?
Question 3 of 24
Charter airlines are known as ___________ in legal terms?
Question 4 of 24
Commuter Airlines hold up to a maximum of ___________ passengers?
Question 5 of 24
The first convention to discuss the use of regulation in aviation took place in which country?
Question 6 of 24
ICAO stands for?
Question 7 of 24
IATA stands for?
Question 8 of 24
A UK registered aircraft G-MFGR would be communicated as?
Question 9 of 24
What does PAX stand for?
Question 10 of 24
What is the meaning of the term ‘fuselage’?
Question 11 of 24
How many major parts of an aircraft are there?
Question 12 of 24
Which is NOT one of the main parts of an aircraft you need to know?
Question 13 of 24
What is the main body of the aircraft which holds the cabin for the crew, passengers and cargo?
Question 14 of 24
Relating to the wings of the aircraft, what does the term ‘dihedral’ mean?
Question 15 of 24
What does the empennage NOT contain?
Question 16 of 24
What is the Landing Gear also known as?
Question 17 of 24
What works in opposition to Lift?
Question 18 of 24
Which one is NOT one of the main parts to a gas turbine engine?
Question 19 of 24
What is GMT also known as?
Question 20 of 24
According to a recent survey, (approximately) how many airports are there in the world?
Question 21 of 24
What is the three letter code for London Heathrow airport?
Question 22 of 24
Regarding airline tickets, what does TAT stand for?
Question 23 of 24
Appropriate heel height for women’s shoes are, which one of the following?
Question 24 of 24
How many steps are there in a basic sales pitch?
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