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NAVRULES PRACTICE TEST QUESTIONS. BM3 JAIME MUSCATELLI USCG STA NEW ORLEANS. INLAND ONLY: A BARGE MORE THAN 50M LONG IS REQUIRED TO SHOW HOW MANY WHITE LIGHTS WHEN ANCHORED IN A SECRETARY APPROVED “SPECIAL ANCHORAGE AREA?”. 2 1 3 NONE. INLAND ONLY:

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NAVRULES PRACTICE TEST QUESTIONS

BM3 JAIME MUSCATELLI

USCG STA NEW ORLEANS


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INLAND ONLY:

A BARGE MORE THAN 50M LONG IS REQUIRED TO SHOW HOW MANY WHITE LIGHTS WHEN ANCHORED IN A SECRETARY APPROVED “SPECIAL ANCHORAGE AREA?”

  • 2

  • 1

  • 3

  • NONE


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INLAND ONLY:

A BARGE MORE THAN 50M LONG IS REQUIRED TO SHOW HOW MANY WHITE LIGHTS WHEN ANCHORED IN A SECRETARY APPROVED “SPECIAL ANCHORAGE AREA?”

THE ANSWER IS A, 2 WHITE LIGHTS.


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INLAND ONLY:

YOU ARE CROSSING THE COURSE OF ANOTHER VESSEL WHICH IS TO YOUR STARBOARD SIDE. YOU HAVE REACHED AN AGREEMENT BY RADIO TELEPHONE TO PASS ASTERN OF THE OTHER VESSEL. YOU MUST ALSO:

  • SOUND 1 SHORT BLAST

  • SOUND 2 SHORT BLASTS

  • ALTER YOUR COURSE TO STBD

  • NONE OF THE ABOVE


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INLAND ONLY:

YOU ARE CROSSING THE COURSE OF ANOTHER VESSEL WHICH IS TO YOUR STARBOARD SIDE. YOU HAVE REACHED AN AGREEMENT BY RADIO TELEPHONE TO PASS ASTERN OF THE OTHER VESSEL. YOU MUST ALSO:

THE ANSWER IS D, NONE OF THE ABOVE.


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INTERNATIONAL AND INLAND:

IN RESTRICTED VISIBILITY, A VSL WHICH DETECTS BY RADAR ALONE THE PRESENSE OF ANOTHER VSL SHALL DETERMINE IF A CLOSE QUARTERS SITUATION EXISTS. IF SO, SHE SHALL:

  • WHEN TAKING ACTION, MAKE ONLY SMALL COURSE CHANGES

  • SOUND THE DANGER SIGNAL

  • AVOID ALTERING COURSE TOWARDS VSL ABAFT HER BEAM

  • ALL OF THE ABOVE


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INTERNATIONAL AND INLAND:

IN RESTRICTED VISIBILITY, A VSL WHICH DETECTS BY RADAR ALONE THE PRESENSE OF ANOTHER VSL SHALL DETERMINE IF A CLOSE QUARTERS SITUATION EXISTS. IF SO, SHE SHALL:

THE ANSWER IS C, AVOID ALTERING COURSE TOWARDS VSL ABAFT HER BEAM.


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INTERNATIONAL AND INLAND:

WHICH FACTOR IS LISTED IN THE RULES AS ONE, WHICH MUST BE TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT WHEN DETERMINING SAFE SPEED?

  • CONSTRUCTION OF VSL

  • MANEUVERABILITY OF THE VSL

  • EXPERIENCE OF PERSONNEL ABOARD

  • ALL OF THE ABOVE


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INTERNATIONAL AND INLAND:

WHICH FACTOR IS LISTED IN THE RULES AS ONE, WHICH MUST BE TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT WHEN DETERMINING SAFE SPEED?

THE ANSWER IS B, MANEUVERABILITY OF THE VSL.


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INTERNATIONAL ONLY:

WHILE MEETING ANOTHER VSL, SHE SOUNDS ONE SHORT BLAST OF HER WHISTLE. YOUR RESPONSE COULD BE:

  • 1 SHORT BLAST

  • 2 SHORT BLASTS

  • 5 SHORT BLASTS

  • ANSWER A OR ANSWER B


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INTERNATIONAL ONLY:

WHILE MEETING ANOTHER VSL, SHE SOUNDS ONE SHORT BLAST OF HER WHISTLE. YOUR RESPONSE COULD BE:

THE ANSWER IS D, “ANSWER A OR ANSWER B.” BOTH LETTERS A AND B ARE ACCEPTABLE.


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INLAND ONLY:

WHILE U/W AND IN SIGHT OF ANOTHER VSL MORE THAN ½ MILE AWAY, YOU PUT YOUR ENGINES FULL ASTERN. WHICH IS TRUE:

  • MUST SOUND 3 SHORT

  • MUST SOUND 1 BLAST AND ALTER TO STBD

  • MUST SOUND ONLY IF YOU ARE MEETING

  • YOU NEED NOT DO ANYTHING


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INLAND ONLY:

WHILE U/W AND IN SIGHT OF ANOTHER VSL MORE THAN ½ MILE AWAY, YOU PUT YOUR ENGINES FULL ASTERN. WHICH IS TRUE:

D) YOU NEED NOT DO ANYTHING


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INLAND AND INTERNATIONAL:

VSLS ENGAGED IN FISHING WITH PURSE SEINE GEAR MAY EXHIBIT _________ ALTERNATELY FLASHING LIGHTS IN A VERTICAL LINE. LIGHTS MAY ONLY BE USED WHEN VSL IS HAMPERED BY ITS FISHING GEAR.

  • TWO RED

  • RED WHITE RED

  • TWO YELLOW

  • TWO WHITE


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INLAND AND INTERNATIONAL:

VSLS ENGAGED IN FISHING WITH PURSE SEINE GEAR MAY EXHIBIT _________ ALTERNATELY FLASHING LIGHTS IN A VERTICAL LINE. LIGHTS MAY ONLY BE USED WHEN VSL IS HAMPERED BY ITS FISHING GEAR.

C) TWO YELLOW


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INLAND AND INTERNATIONAL:

YOU SEE A VSL DISPLAYING THE CODE FLAG “LIMA” BELOW WHICH IS A RED BALL, THE VSL IS:

  • TROLLING

  • GETTING READY TO RECEIVE AN AIRCRAFT

  • AGROUND

  • IN DISTRESS


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INLAND AND INTERNATIONAL:

YOU SEE A VSL DISPLAYING THE CODE FLAG “LIMA” BELOW WHICH IS A RED BALL, THE VSL IS:

D) IN DISTRESS


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INLAND AND INTERNATIONAL:

AT NIGHT YOU SEE A VSL DISPLAYING A SINGLE GREEN LIGHT. THIS IS A ______:

  • VSL @ ANCHOR

  • SMALL BOAT U/W

  • VSL DRIFTING

  • SAILING VSL


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INLAND AND INTERNATIONAL:

AT NIGHT YOU SEE A VSL DISPLAYING A SINGLE GREEN LIGHT. THIS IS A ______:

D) SAILING VSL


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INLAND ONLY:

WHAT LIGHTS ARE REQUIRED FOR A BARGE BEING TOWED ALONGSIDE:

  • SIDE/STERN/SPECIAL FLASHING

  • SIDE/SPECIAL FLASHING/STERN

  • SIDE/SPECIAL FLASHING

  • SIDE/TOW/STERN


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INLAND ONLY:

WHAT LIGHTS ARE REQUIRED FOR A BARGE BEING TOWED ALONGSIDE:

  • SIDE/STERN/SPECIAL FLASHING


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INLAND AND INTERNATIONAL:

WHICH VSL MUST SHOW FORWARD AND AFT MAST HEADLIGHTS WHEN MAKING WAY:

  • 75M VSL RESTRICTED IN ABILITY TO MANEUVER

  • 100M SAILING VSL

  • 150 VSL ENGAGINED IN FISHING

  • 45M VSL ENGAGED IN TOWING


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INLAND AND INTERNATIONAL:

WHICH VSL MUST SHOW FORWARD AND AFT MAST HEADLIGHTS WHEN MAKING WAY:

  • 75M VSL RESTRICTED IN ABILITY TO MANEUVER


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INLAND ONLY:

A SPECIAL FLASHING LIGHT IS USED ON A VSL:

  • BEING PUSHED AHEAD

  • TOWED ALONGSIDE

  • TOWED ASTERN

  • BEING PUSHED AHEAD OR TOWED ALONGSIDE


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INLAND ONLY:

A SPECIAL FLASHING LIGHT IS USED ON A VSL:

D) BEING PUSHED AHEAD OR TOWED ALONGSIDE


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INLAND AND INTERNATIONAL:

WHAT IS THE MINIMUM RANGE OF VISIBILITY FOR SIDE LIGHTS ON A VSL THAT IS GREATER THAN OR EQUAL TO 50M IN LENGTH?

  • 10NM

  • 3NM

  • 2NM

  • 5NM


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INLAND AND INTERNATIONAL:

WHAT IS THE MINIMUM RANGE OF VISIBILITY FOR SIDE LIGHTS ON A VSL THAT IS GREATER THAN OR EQUAL TO 50M IN LENGTH?

B) 3NM


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INLAND AND INTERNATIONAL:

WHILE YOU ARE U/W, NAVIGATION LIGHTS MUST BE DISPLAYED ON YOUR VSL:

  • @ NIGHT ONLY WHEN OTHER VSLS ARE WITHIN ½ MILE

  • AT NIGHT ONLY

  • C) DURING PERIODS OF REDUCED VISIBILITY

  • D) AT ALL TIMES


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INLAND AND INTERNATIONAL:

WHILE YOU ARE U/W, NAVIGATION LIGHTS MUST BE DISPLAYED ON YOUR VSL:

C) DURING PERIODS OF REDUCED VISIBILITY


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INTERNATIONAL ONLY:

WHAT LIGHTS WOULD BE DISPLAYED ON THE STERN OF A TOWING VSL PUSHING AHEAD:

  • YELLOW OVER WHITE TOW LIGHTS

  • YELLOW OVER YELLOW TOW LIGHTS

  • A WHITE STERNLIGHT

  • A SPECIAL FLASHING LIGHT


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INTERNATIONAL ONLY:

WHAT LIGHTS WOULD BE DISPLAYED ON THE STERN OF A TOWING VSL PUSHING AHEAD:

C) A WHITE STERNLIGHT


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INTERNATIONAL ONLY:

YELLOW LIGHTS ARE NOT USED TO IDENTIFY:

  • TOW VSL PUSH AHEAD

  • AIR CUSHIONS IN NON DISPLACEMENT

  • PURSE SEINERS

  • U.S. SUBMARINES


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INTERNATIONAL ONLY:

YELLOW LIGHTS ARE NOT USED TO IDENTIFY:

  • TOW VSL PUSH AHEAD


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INTERNATIONAL ONLY:

ON OPEN WATER, A POWER DRIVEN VSL (A) COMING UP DEAD ASTERN OF ANOTHER VSL (B) AND ALTERING HER COURSE TO STBD SO AS TO PASS ON VSL B’S STBD SIDE WOULD SOUND:

  • 2 SHORT

  • 1 SHORT

  • 2 PROLONGED , 1 SHORT

  • 1 PROLONGED, 1 SHORT


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INTERNATIONAL ONLY:

ON OPEN WATER, A POWER DRIVEN VSL (A) COMING UP DEAD ASTERN OF ANOTHER VSL (B) AND ALTERING HER COURSE TO STBD SO AS TO PASS ON VSL B’S STBD SIDE WOULD SOUND:

B) 1 SHORT


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INLAND AND INTERNATIONAL:

RISK OF COLLISION MAY EXIST:

  • IF CONSTANT BEARING DECREASING RANGE (CBDR) EXISTS

  • EVEN WHEN APPRECIABLE BEARING CHANGE IS EVIDENT, PARTICULARLY AT CLOSE RANGE

  • IF YOU OBSERVE BOTH SIDELIGHTS OF A VSL AHEAD FOR AN EXTENDED PERIOD OF TIME

  • ALL OF THE ABOVE


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INLAND AND INTERNATIONAL:

RISK OF COLLISION MAY EXIST:

D) ALL OF THE ABOVE


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INLAND AND INTERNATIONAL:

IN COMPLYING WITH THE RULES, OF WHAT MUST THE MARINER TAKE DUE REGARD?

  • LIMITED BACKING POWER OF HIS VSL

  • RADAR INFO OF NEARBY VSLS

  • THE OCCUPATION OF OTHER VSLS

  • ALL OF THE ABOVE


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INLAND AND INTERNATIONAL:

IN COMPLYING WITH THE RULES, OF WHAT MUST THE MARINER TAKE DUE REGARD?

D) ALL OF THE ABOVE


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INLAND AND INTERNATIONAL:

YOU SEE A VSL’S GREEN SIDELIGHT BEARING DUE EAST FROM YOU. THE VSL MIGHT BE HEADING:

  • EAST (090)

  • NE (055)

  • NW (315)

  • SW (225)


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INLAND AND INTERNATIONAL:

YOU SEE A VSL’S GREEN SIDELIGHT BEARING DUE EAST FROM YOU. THE VSL MIGHT BE HEADING:

D) SW (225)


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INLAND AND INTERNATIONAL:

THE STEERING AND SAILING RULES APPLY TO:

  • VSLS IN SIGHT

  • VSLS IN RESTRICTED VISIBILITY

  • VSLS IN NORMAL VISIBILITY

  • ALL OF THE ABOVE


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INLAND AND INTERNATIONAL:

THE STEERING AND SAILING RULES APPLY TO:

D) ALL OF THE ABOVE


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INLAND AND INTERNATIONAL:

WHEN OPERATING IN A TRAFFIC SEPARATION SCHEME YOU SHOULD:

  • KEEP TO PORT

  • KEEP TO STBD

  • KEEP TO THE CENTER OF THE CHANNEL

  • WHICHEVER SIDE IS CLOSER TO LAND


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INLAND AND INTERNATIONAL:

WHEN OPERATING IN A TRAFFIC SEPARATION SCHEME YOU SHOULD:

B) KEEP TO STBD SIDE


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INLAND AND INTERNATIONAL:

UNDER THE RULES, THE TERM “VSL” INCLUDES

  • NON-SELF PROPELLED CRAFT

  • SEAPLANES

  • HOVERCRAFTS

  • ALL OF THE ABOVE


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INLAND AND INTERNATIONAL:

UNDER THE RULES, THE TERM “VSL” INCLUDES

D) ALL OF THE ABOVE


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INLAND AND INTERNATIONAL:

FOR THE PURPOSE OF THE RULES, EXCEPT WHERE OTHERWISE REQUIRED, THE TERM:

  • VSL INCLUDES SEAPLANE

  • “SEAPLANE” INCLUDES NON-DISPLACEMENT CRAFT

  • “VSL ENGAGED IN FISHING” INCLUDES TROLL LINES

  • “VSL RESTRICTED IN ABILITY TO MANEUVER” INCLUDES FISH VSLS


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INLAND AND INTERNATIONAL:

FOR THE PURPOSE OF THE RULES, EXCEPT WHERE OTHERWISE REQUIRED, THE TERM:

  • VSL INCLUDES SEAPLANE


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INLAND AND INTERNATIONAL:

THE MAST HEADLIGHT MAY BE LOCATED @ OTHER THAN THE FORE & AFT CENTERLINE ON A VSL

  • LESS THAN 50M

  • LESS THAN 20M

  • OF SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION

  • ENGAGED IN TROLLING


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INLAND AND INTERNATIONAL:

THE MAST HEADLIGHT MAY BE LOCATED @ OTHER THAN THE FORE & AFT CENTERLINE ON A VSL

C) OF SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION


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INLAND AND INTERNATIONAL:

THE RULES STATE THAT ONE FACTOR IN DETERMINING SAFE SPEED IS

  • RADIO COMMS THAT ARE AVAILABLE

  • MAX SPEED

  • TEMPERATURE

  • CURRENT


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INLAND AND INTERNATIONAL:

THE RULES STATE THAT ONE FACTOR IN DETERMINING SAFE SPEED IS

D) CURRENT


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INLAND AND INTERNATIONAL:

A VSL SHALL SLACKEN HER SPEED, STOP, OR REVERSE HER ENGINES, IF NECESSARY, TO:

  • AVOID COLLISION

  • ALLOW MORE TIME TO ASSESS THE SITUATION

  • BE STOPPED IN AN APPROPRIATE DISTANCE

  • MANEUVER YOUR VSL


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INLAND AND INTERNATIONAL:

A VSL SHALL SLACKEN HER SPEED, STOP, OR REVERSE HER ENGINES, IF NECESSARY, TO:

B) ALLOW MORE TIME TO ASSESS THE SITUATION


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INLAND AND INTERNATIONAL:

WHICH VSL IS NOT CLASSIFIED AS “RESTRICTED IN ABILITY TO MANEUVER?”

  • A VSL WORKING AN AID (BUOY TENDER)

  • A VSL TRANSFERRING CARGO

  • A VSL WHOSE ANCHOR IS FOULED

  • A VSL IN A TOWING OPERATION THAT RESTRICTS THE ABILITY OF THE VSL


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INLAND AND INTERNATIONAL:

WHICH VSL IS NOT CLASSIFIED AS “RESTRICTED IN ABILITY TO MANEUVER?”

C) A VSL WHOSE ANCHOR IS FOULED


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INLAND AND INTERNATIONAL:

YOU ARE ON WATCH IN THE FOG. WHICH VSL IS “IN SIGHT?”

  • A VSL THAT YOU CAN SEE FROM THE BRIDGE

  • A RADAR TARGET OF WHICH YOU HAVE DEFINITE COURSE AND SPEED

  • A VSL FROM WHICH YOU CAN HEAR THE FOG SIGNAL

  • ALL OF THE ABOVE


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INLAND AND INTERNATIONAL:

YOU ARE ON WATCH IN THE FOG. WHICH VSL IS “IN SIGHT?”

  • A VSL THAT YOU CAN SEE FROM THE BRIDGE


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INLAND ONLY:

TWO POWER DRIVEN VSLS AR MEETING IN A NARROW CHANNEL ON THE GREAT LAKES. VSL “A” IS DOWNBOUND WITH A FOLLOWING CURRENT. VSL “B” SHOULD:

  • HOLD AS NECESSARY TO PERMIT SAFE PASSAGE

  • HAVE THE RIGHT OF WAY

  • INITIATE MANEUVER SIGNALS

  • NONE OF THE ABOVE


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INLAND ONLY:

TWO POWER DRIVEN VSLS AR MEETING IN A NARROW CHANNEL ON THE GREAT LAKES. VSL “A” IS DOWNBOUND WITH A FOLLOWING CURRENT. VSL “B” SHOULD:

  • HOLD AS NECESSARY TO PERMIT SAFE PASSAGE

  • RULE 9 a (ii)


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THESE QUESTIONS WERE TAKEN FROM A COMPILATION OF DIFFERENT RESOURCES, ALL OF WHICH USED ACTUAL TEST QUESTIONS RELEASED FROM THE INSTITUTE.

ANOTHER EXTREMELY VALUABLE RESOURCE FOR TEST QUESTIONS IS THE BLUE “COMMAND AND OPERATIONS SCHOOL” NAVRULES/DWO STUDY GUIDE. IT HAS OVER 1250 ACTUAL TEST QUESTIONS GROUPED BY RULE SO YOU CAN SEE SEVERAL DIFFERENT WAYS THEY ASK THE SAME QUESTION PERTAINING TO THE SAME RULE. IT ALSO ALLOWS YOU TO CONCENTRATE ON WHAT YOUR WEAK AREAS ARE. ALL COs AND OICs SHOULD HAVE A COPY, IF NOT ASK YOUR ESO TO SEE IF THEY CAN GET ONE FROM THE SCHOOL (LOCATED AT THE ACADEMY).

GOOD LUCK!

V/R,

BM3


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