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Name
GIELLAUME Jacobus DE SWARDT
License Number
0275505530
Test Name
RPL Skills Test
Date
2022-11-29 10:56:18
Start Time
Tue, 29 Nov 2022 10:10:32 GMT
End Time
Tue, 29 Nov 2022 10:56:13 GMT
Score
33 / 65
Percentage
51%

Incorrect Answers:

Flight Planning
- The worst-case result of flying into a NOTAM'd area a Pilot does not have permission to fly within is:
Flight Planning
- The abbreviation UTC stands for:
Flight Planning
- The goal of the 'Aviate' phase during an in-flight emergency is to:
Flight Planning
- Tasking, Responsibilities, Duties and Emergencies are all clarified in:
Flight Planning
- The definition 'Destruction of the RPA beyond economical repair' means:
Airlaw
- The individual within the ROC who is mandated to ensure all aircraft are serviceable is known as:
Airlaw
- The definition - 'Destruction of the RPA beyond economical repair' refers to an RPAS being:
Airlaw
- The maximum amount of time before take-off an RPAS Pilot can file a local flight plan by is:
Airlaw
- Should the Pilot of an RPAS have had a 'Loss of Control' occur, the Pilot would then be responsible:
Airlaw
- The maximum distance away from an RPAS Pilots take-off and landing area the First Aid Kit and Fire Extinguisher can be is:
Airlaw
- A Pilot would look to find the full set of Civil Aviation Regulations and Technical Standards on:
Airlaw
- Under normal VLOS restrictions, the minimum distance away from roads an RPAS Pilot is allowed to fly is:
Airlaw
- In terms of SA-CATS 101.05.10, the 3 items that are compulsory for a Pilot to have in his or her possession when operating an RPA are:
Airlaw
- According to Regulation, two items of information must be sought prior to any flight taking place must be:
Airlaw
- When two aircraft are converging head on:
Airlaw
- A score of Level 5 for English Language Proficiency (ELP) means a Pilot must renew their ELP rating every:
Airlaw
- The minimum flight altitude needed to file a NOTAM is:
Airlaw
- The three aircraft rating categories within Part 101 are:
Airlaw
- With regards to safety equipment an RPAS operation must:
Airlaw
- For all RPAS Operations, a Pilot is allowed:
Human Factors
- The 'M' in the IMSAFE check stands for:
Human Factors
- The 'A' in the IMSAFE check stands for:
Human Factors
- The definition - When flying in the dark, a stationary light may appear to move if it is stared at for a prolonged period of time. As a result, a Pilot may attempt to align the aircraft with the perceived moving light potentially causing him/her to lose control of the aircraft - refers to:
Human Factors
- The 'I' in the IMSAFE check stands for:
Principles of Flight - Multirotor
- With regards to Centre of Gravity:
Principles of Flight - Multirotor
- Balance of an aircraft refers to:
Principles of Flight - Multirotor
- MTOW refers to Maximum Take-Off Weight. An aircraft flying at MTOW has:
Meteorology
- The risk of not checking a weather report prior to flying is:
Meteorology
- TAF: FACT 092200Z 1000/1106 19005KT CAVOKTX27/1012Z TN15/1004ZFM102200 35010KT CAVOKFM110400 35010KT 9999 BKN020=The minimum temperature of this forecast:
Technical and General
- The purpose of the propeller is to convert the torque provided by the engine into:
Technical and General
- State what the ā€œIā€ in the abbreviation IMU stands for:
Technical and General
- Three C2 Function considerations are:

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