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Please see our information for exam candidates and approved training organisations
The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) conducts electronic examinations for EASA Part-66 professional Aircraft Maintenance
information on how to register and the e-Exams process
Confirmed exam dates and venues are published in the CAA e-Exams Portal and are available to all candidates who have
registered for the e-Exams service. The timetable below is provided as a guide and may be subject to change.
There are usually 3 sessions available on each exam day, you can sit one module (MCQ or Essay) per session.
Candidates for e-Exams will be able to select their module of choice during the booking process through the e-Exams
The examinations subject, venue location, start/finish times and list of permitted, prohibited and supplied
materials will be included in the Examination Booking Confirmation Slip received by the candidate at the time of
Any queries should be e-mailed to AML-eExams@caa.co.uk.
If attending an examination within the premises of your own training organisation (ATO), please ensure that you comply with any local policies in addition to all CAA rules and procedures.
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