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Sunday, August 30, 2015  


New Part-66 Format layout...

The UK CAA's e-exam format prompts changes to club66pro.com.

Now that the UK CAA has commenced the e-exam format at their exam centres, we have changed the way that we present our Part-66 Format exam also.

We recognise that most of you use club66pro.com in 2 different ways, depending on what stage of study you are at:

  • Firstly, at the start of your Module study, you are in a "learning mode" and you are therefore most likely to use the sequential test format, so you view each question one-by-one and to make sure that you learn from every question we have in the database.
  • Secondly, as you approach the exam date, you may go into a "practise mode" and you may switch to Part-66 Format to test yourself out on a few "simulations" of the real exams.

And so, for our Part-66 Format exam, we have changed the structure and layout of the questions so that it more closely simulates the UK CAA e-exams. As such, we have stripped away the external links and Study Notes links and Question Reporting features (although they are still there on the Exam Breakdown after you mark each exam).

In mimicking the CAA's e-exams, in our Part-66 Format the exam questions are picked at random from the database and presented in groups according to their subsection title. The number of questions chosen from each subsection is dependant upon the relative size of the subject(s) of each subsection. In all cases however, the total number of questions in the exam will be in accordance with EASA Part-66 specifications.

There are a couple of differences from the CAA's e-exam format: For example, although the CAA list the questions in groups according to their subsections, the CAA do not label each subsection (you have to figure out what the subsection is by interpretation of the questions). On the club66pro.com exams, we not only put a heading at the start of each new subsection, we also state the question Level (1, 2 or 3), all in accordance with the EASA Part-66 syllabus of course.

Another change you may notice, is that after you have chosen your preferred exam format (from the dropdown menu), for all subsequent exams that you generate, the exam format will be preselected to the same format, so you do not have to keep selecting the exam format. If you want to change the exam format at any time, all you have to do is select another format from the menu, and the system will remember the new selection thereafter, until the next time you change the format.

This has been quite a major modification of the club66pro.com system, and we hope it will be a big improvement, so if you find any bugs or glitches in the system, please let us know immediately so we can iron out any problems as quickly as possible.

New Questions...

100s of your questions now being added to the database

Apologies for the delay in getting your reported questions uploaded to our database over last few months, but we have been very busy updating Study Notes. We are now evaluating and verifying hundreds of new questions across all Modules and adding them to the database.

Every question has to be checked manually to make sure it is not a mere duplicate, because there are still some members who simply copy and send existing questions in the hope that we will give free credits regardless. This is why it takes so long - we must check each and every question.

Consequently, we now have in excess of 20,000 unique multiple choice questions for you to practice on, and still counting.

Thank you to all who have sent in genuine NEW questions. you will see credits appearing on your account shortly.


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Thousands of multiple choice questions , with answers, for the European EASA Part-66 modular examinations.  You can practice questions and test your readiness for the Part-6 examinations, covering the whole of the Part-66 syllabus. Four options are available:

Option 1:  Month-by-month, module-by-module Club membership allows access to the practice questions member's area - an integral and essential consolidation of each of your Part-66 module studies.

Option 2:  An annual keyaccount membership of the whole member's area, offering unlimited access to any of the modules - you swap and change the modules you wish to practice, as you desire.  An efficient, flexible and economic way to learn. You can choose to practice the questions only, or include with your membership, our on-line Study Notes with the Tutorial Support service.

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Other services and features provided by club66 professional:

A comprehensive bookshop , providing all the books you will require to complete your Part-66 training and studies.  Study packages and regular special offers to suit everyone's pocket.  We also offer large discounts to college and company libraries.

On-line Study Notes. Read about the subject whilst practising the questions. Fully indexed and word- or phrase-searchable. You can read about the subject prior to attempting the questions, and quickly recall the Study Notes whilst you practice the questions, just to refresh your memory.

A Tutorial Support service, where you can post your technical questions and queries which always crop up during the process of your studies, or read other people's questions and answers on any Part-66 module and sub-section.  One of our professional instructors will always respond with an answer or explanation.

Just register an account (for free) and see how quickly you can be on your way to passing exams.  Once you start, there's no stopping.

Here's what a recent member of club66 has to say:

"I used club66 after doing a college course and I used it extensively to practice what I had learned in class.  I'm glad I did, it saved me loads on re-takes I'm sure."
Simon, Bournemouth

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