The following items will test your grasp of the lesson material. Each
item has only one correct answer. When you complete the exercise, check
your answers with the answer key that follows. If you answer any item
incorrectly, restudy that part of the lesson.
1. When assuming responsibility of a control position, how often should
B. at the beginning and end of each shift
C. only once on assuming responsibility of the position
D. ASAP after assuming responsibility of the position
periodically throughout the watch
2. When must the controller issue a missed-approach procedure to an
aviator making an ASR approach?
A. always, regardless of weather
B. only when the aviator requests a low approach or touch and go
C. only when the aviator requests a specific missed-approach
D. before the aircraft starts final descent for a full-stop landing
when weather reports indicate the aviator should conduct any of the final
approach under IFR conditions
3. When does the controller provide recommended altitudes on final
for all surveillance approaches
only when requested by the aviator
when the controller thinks necessary
when the aviator cannot use the precision-approach radar glide
Which terms can the controller use to change trend information?