I wrote met on Friday, the 6th of July at 08:30, and I got 81%.

I was hoping for higher but there were 3 semi-confusing questions which I struggled with a bit. They handed out this little manual of 16 pages. It had a bunch of weather maps and TONS of synoptic chart models which made me stress a bit! They probably only asked about 3 questions referencing the manual ๐Ÿ™‚

Met is by far my favourite subject thus far, I quite enjoyed it at school as well. Who knew such a small little model could hold so much information…. (below)




About aviationobsessedrambling

Im one of the lucky ones, I found my dream at the age of 8. Getting into the avaition industry has been a long journey for me, but I finally started that journey this year. Currently busy with my student license heading to my CPL. An Industrial Engineer by profession, a pilot wanna-be ALWAYS. Watch this space...

2 responses to “Met”

  1. Kelly McAuley says :

    Writing this exam next Monday……..*scared out of my bracket*, any advice?

    • aviationobsessedrambling says :

      Kelly, don’t study the meaning of the symbols (they give you a manual that you can flip through) and also know how to convert from Celsius to ISA temps given a specific altitude. Other than that it wasn’t too bad ๐Ÿ™‚ let me know how it went

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