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#1. Flying into cloud or areas of poor visibility can lead to:

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#2. Carbon monoxide is odourless, but an indication of poisoning is:

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#3. Rapid breathing and tingling in the finger tips are signs of:

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#4. If looked into a featureless sky the eyes will tend to focus on a point:

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#5. At what height should a pilot consider the need for additional oxygen?

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#6. Vertigo is:

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#7. The reactions of a 30 year old pilot are generally:

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#8. Suffering from Epilepsy would preclude a pilot from flying:

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#9. If a student pilot feels that an instructor has made an incorrect assesment of a situation they should:

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#10. Following flying in extremely cold conditions, you find your fingers are showing signs of frostbite. You should:

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#11. 1 pint of beer contains:

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#12. Treatment for irregular blood pressure will preclude a pilot from flying:

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#13. A runway wider than than that normally used by a pilot will give a visual impression of being:

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#14. The percentage of Oxygen in the atmosphere at 10,000 ft above mean sea level is:

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#15. If used to landing on a level runway, landing on a runway which slopes up, as seen from the approach can give the impression of:

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#16. Adrenaline can sometimes cause:

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#17. The lack of Oxygen is known as :

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#18. Your passenger burns his elbow on the exhaust of your aircraft. You should:

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#19. Continuing flight in very cold conditions may lead to:

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#20. The medical requirement for reading a car number plate  for a pilot is:

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#21. A unit of alcohol takes how long to clear the bloodstream?

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#22. To equalize pressure between the inner and middle ear during descents, it's best to:

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#23. Smokers who smoke 20 cigarettes a day will be able to absorb less oxygen than non smokers.

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#24. Effective lookout is best achieved by:

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#25. To avoid painful results due to pressure changes, it is advisable not to do which of the following:

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#26. Alcohol accelerates the effects of hypoxia:

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#27. Flying following giving blood can lead to:

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#28. Barotrauma in flight results from changes in:

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#29. Moving aircraft are more difficult to see if they:

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#30. Maximum weekly intake of alcohol for men and women are:

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#31. Medication may have side effects which impair a pilots ability to fly. To reduce the risk, pilots should:

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#32. A pilot with low stress level is:

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#33. Aircraft closing at a constant relative bearing will:

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#34. The major constituent of the gas content of the atmosphere is:

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#35. Having departed the circuit from runway 02, you return and are given information to join runway 20

#36. The amount of alcohol allowed in the blood of a pilot is:

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#37. If suffering from a head cold, a pilot should:

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