Poles4Pilots - Practise Online Examination Simulator for Pilots
Poles4Pilots provides simulated online practice exams for DGCA / RTR(A) exams based on the current pattern and type of questions. Answers are provided for all questions - so practice and learn !!
Buy a Package for the License and Subject that you're Interested in, Log in and Commence exams. Why take expensive classes when all that can be asked in the exam is available here ?!
Improve performance through simulation of exams. Nothing comes closer to the actual exam !! The more papers you solve the more you cover the entire syllabus!! Different questions in each paper !!
Appearing for the DGCA Pilot Licence Online Exams commencing 06 Aug 14 ?......Check out the questions you could expect in the exam......simulate the exam on poles4pilots.com........it's like a mirror image of the actual exam !!
Check out the new Sample Exams for each subject and license (after registering and logging in)......click on the link "Try a Sample Paper" .........you'll realise.....no experience comes closer to the actual exam !!
2. ATPL Oral from 16 - 24 Jun at Chennai, Mumbai and Delhi.
(Tip - Read the latest operations circular from DGCA on CDFA http://dgca.nic.in/circular/ops2_2014.pdf )
Revise for the RTR(A) exam to be held at Chennai commencing 23 Jun 14 with the RTR simulator on poles4pilots.com
Use the RTR(A) Basic Tutorial to prepare and simulate the RTR(A) Part I exam on poles4pilots.com !!
Check out the questions (with answers !!) that could be asked in the Online exams.............We garuntee you, nothing comes closer to the actual exam !!
3. Looking for an online Pilots Logbook? Check out ePiLog at http://flymate.co.in for a logbook that manages FDTL requirements as per DGCA CAR for you.
DGCA Online Pilot exam likely to be held in 3rd/ 4th week of May 14........Revise all Question and Answers that could be asked in the Online exams of the DGCA with poles4pilots.com !!
4. The issue of admit card shall be made compulsory for Pilots License Examination from July 2013 session. The admit card shall contain the applicant’s photograph in addition to the Computer Number, Roll Number, session, category, subject / paper, Date, Centre / Venue details of the examination. In view of the above to facilitate issue of admit cards with photograph, all applicants desirous of appearing for Pilots License Examination who are in any of the following category are required to upload the image of their photograph and signature in http://udaan.nic.in.
5. Once uploaded, the Candidate can check whether their Photo form has been approved by DGCA or not. After logging in to http://udaan.nic.in and upon selecting upload Photo & Signature, if the message appears as “You cannot upload a new file(s) as the existing file(s) have already been approved”, it is an indication that the Photo & Signature of that particular candidate has been approved and no action required from such candidates. Similarly after selecting upload Photo & Signature if “BROWSE” option is prompted, it is an indication that either the Photo form has not been approved by DGCA or your hard copy of the Photo Form has not reached CEO, DGCA as on date. If “BROWSE” option appears, please do upload the Photograph & Signature and forward the hard copy of the Photo Form in accordance with the Instruction published to this effect.
Sukhi_Makhija(03 Jun 03:11) - Amazing similarity in questions with the DGCA online exams !!
Pranali_M(30 May 14:12) - Just got back from the DGCA online ATPL Composite and thanks to P4P, I've managed to pass the exam after 3 attempts. Thanks p4p !!:-)
danielPP( 29 May 23:07) - The website to use to prepare for ATPL !! Best deal - 'CAPTAIN' package !!
Sam_B777(28 May 14:47) - The resemblance between the Air regs questions asked in DGCA and that on this website is amazing !
S_Yadav (16 May 23:47) - great experience....matches with the actual exam.
Rotorfreak11(09 May 11:29) - Helicopter tech gen paper is awesome !! First website to offer helodynamics tech gen paper and that too almost same questions as OMR exam !!
Dhingra_JJ(03 May19:29) - Best deal for RTR(A). Covers all situations. Much better than MK Singh's PPt presentation.
Vasu_Swami26(30 Apr 03:22) - Gr8 deal as compared to other classes !!
rishabfly_88(27 Apr09:22) - Database of questions seems similar to that of DGCA !!
MikhailtheRuski(24 Apr17:41) - ATPLG Composite very good !!
jamwal98(12 Apr 03:19) - What an idea sirjee !! Keep up the good work !!
Embraerking(02 Apr 20:39) - Really nice simulator :-)
rtr_ka_mara(26 Mar 12:22) - The RTR(A) package is awesome - paisa vasool !!
christina_33(11 Mar 02:44) - The ATPLG composite paper is good - realised that no questions are repeated.
AshJock44(03 Mar 02:13) - Tried the p4p simulator before the exam in Feb 14 and it was really helpful (helped me to pass !!). The similarity with numericals being asked in the DGCA exam is gr8. Recomended for all those who like to study with Q & A of what's likely to be asked in the DGCA exams.
Hemant_KS(27 Feb 23:12) - Cleared the ATPLCG Composite.....thanks p4p !!
Kashish22(27 Dec 07:12) - I owe it to the examination simulator of poles4pilots.com in helping me clear the ATPL after 3 attempts !!
A_Bhatia(26 Dec 23:09) - Amazing similarity of questions in the ATPLG Nav papers of poles4pilots.com helped me clear the exam.
Devyani18(20 Dec 18:12) - Thanks p4p for covering all the questions that were asked in the CPLG Nav paper today !!
Arjun_KK(19 Dec Aug 21:44) - Almost same type of questions in the ATPLG Radio Aids and Instrmnt paper today :-)
JagPreet99(19 Dec 17:13) - The RTR Basic Tutorial helped me to crack the Part I !! Thanks p4p !!
Feroze33(10 Dec11:38) - Have spent a lot of money on classes and realised that this was by far the most helpful. Thanks team p4p !!
NKSingh33(02 Dec 19:37) - RTR(A) basic tutorial really helpful. The simulated exam is as real as it gets in the WPC !!
CaptHaddock(29 Nov 11:29) - Best way to prepare for an exam. Lot of similarity in questions.
Prasad_NK(27 Nov 11:23) - RTR(A) experience is good. Suggest go through the Basic Tutorial first before taking the simulated exam.
Rick_Kapoor22(23 Nov 00:47) - Really helpful for guys like me who did their flying abroad and wish to get the DGCA license.
Dastoor_98(22 Nov 12:11) - gr8 work.....the RTR simulation is as real as it gets !!
Flyingfreak82 (20 Nov 15:12) - ATPLCG composite paper's are good....Air regs tough, just like the actual exam.
HughesUK11 (19 Nov 19:17) - comparable to DGCA...numericals are same...some questions are tougher.
Simran82 (16 Nov 00:36) - RTR tutorial is very helpful...
Dinakar33 (12 Nov 17:22) - numericals are stimulating...
JaiHo33 (11 Nov 11:37) - experience se bol raha hoon….pattern wahi hai aur questions bhi waise hi hain…kuch questions zyaada tough hain
Beachmasterpilot (07 Nov 13:08) - solutions to air navgn numericals please…
ankit_patel (03 Nov 22:41) -Air regs questions tough….analysis of Air navgn really helpful… syllabus well covered
feroze_ana (01 Nov 16:44) - some questions same as DGCA Apr session CPLCG
BBJmaster (29 Oct 10:32) - ATPL Nav is good….
Machno (26 Oct 15:24) - lot’s of learning value….would have saved lot of money had this website happened earlier !!
HOW TO ANSWER THE PART I RTR(A) SAMPLE EXAM.
"Thanks for checking out the sample RTR(A) Part I exam - an experience that you will realise is as unique as it is educative !! Follow the directions given below for the same (at the end of these instructions the user would find a “Thumbs up" link. Clicking on it would start the sample paper / exam):-
(i) Read all instructions carefully in the question paper carefully. The timer located at the bottom of the screen would start countdown from 00:25 min.
(ii) The timer would start countdown from 00:25 min.
(iii) The user is expected to give (rehearse) the call to the question, make a log of it [in accordance with the RTR(A) log keeping requirements] and then click (only once) on the orange box with the "play" symbol viz. the link given against each of the first 4 questions (and the sub parts of the questions).
(iv) Clicking on the “Play” symbol (only once at a time) would result in the simulated audio of the reply (by the examiner) to the call that the user (the candidate giving the exam) is ideally expected to make.
(v) The (simulated) reply (of the examiner) is to be noted by the user in his log (as required by RTR(A) log keeping requirements). The user then gives his next call and again clicks on “REPLY”. This process would go on till the user hears the call “NEXT QUESTION” after which the “REPLY” button to that question would go inactive.
(vi) This process is repeated for all the first 4 questions (and their sub parts).
(vii) The fifth question is to be answered by noting down what the user thinks is the correct answer.
(viii) At the end of 00:25 min the button “ANSWERS” located at the bottom of the Question paper would become active.
(ix) Clicking on “ANSWER” (once activated) would display (on a separate webpage) the log of calls in the abbreviated format that the user should have ideally made.
(x) The user can compare his log with his ‘Answer sheet’ and undertake a self assessment by checking the accuracy of the calls given / written abbreviations. A match of 70% or more of the calls / abbreviations would be considered satisfactory.....ALL THE BEST !!:-)