The examination invigilators will ensure that the examination runs smoothly and that there is quietness and order in the examination room. The invigilators are not allowed to give any information about the content of the examination. The instructions of the invigilators must be followed.
In accordance with Regulation (EU) No 1178/2011 Annex VI ARA.FCL.300 (e) and (f), the invigilators are obliged, in case of non-compliance with the examination procedures, to declare the examination invalid to the respective extent or to exclude the candidate from the examination for one year after an attempt of cheating.
Invigilators have the right to inspect all candidates and their equipment on the table at any time during the examination. In case of non-compliance with the examination procedures, candidates will be excluded from all further examinations in all EASA Member States for a minimum period of one year in accordance with Regulation (EU) No 1178/2011. In addition, all previously passed subjects will be assessed as "failed".
Violations of the examination regulations
Possible violations include:
- Use of other than permitted aids.
- Any kind of communication with other candidates during the examination
- Taking examination papers out of the examination room
- Taking notes on the paper befoe the start of an exam paper
- Bags, folders etc. must be removed from the examination room.
In accordance with AMC1 ARA.FCL.300, the following aids are permitted during the examination:
- a scientific, non-programmable, non-alphanumeric calculator without specific aviation functions
- a mechanical navigation slider (DR calculator)
- a translation dictionary (non-digital)
With the exception of the above, applicants are not permitted to use electronic devices during the test(s).
The use of CAP documents is permitted in the following subjects:
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The pages of the CAP documents may be marked, but there must be no notes in the CAP documents.