A&P Training with Testing & Certification
Carolina Aeronautical has its own FAA computer examination room and test results are given to the student immediately after completion of each exam. Also, all records will be maintained for a minimum of three years. Each course of study has a minimum final passing score and they are listed as follows:
F.A.A. = 70% minimum score
Manual Proficiency Testing
Grading for manual proficiency will be graded based on the following criteria.
1. The student must be able to perform all required tasks to satisfactory level.
2. Classes may include a written, oral and/or practical examination for course completion.
The instructor of each course has sole responsibility for measuring, evaluating, and assigning a letter grade which reflects the quality of work and participation demonstrated by the student.
Students missing 20% or more of the classes will receive a failing grade unless they request in writing an incomplete. If the student is given an incomplete, they will have one year from the ending date of the class to re-enroll and change the grade from an “I”’ to a passing letter grade. After that period, their grade will automatically revert to a “failing” grade. Therefore, the student must make sure he or she coordinates with the instructor for a date and time to make up the sessions and exams.
Grade Status Quality Points
A – Superior 4
B – Above avg. 3
C – Average 2
D – Below avg. 1
F – Failure 0
W – Withdrawal 0
I – Incomplete 0
*All “course” grades are determined on an average
point adjusted scale.
FAA point scale
100 – 95 % – A
94 – 90 % – B
89 – 80 % – C
79 -70 % – D
69 -00 % – F
*Note – Any student who fails the initial final exam for that particular course of study will have to re-apply for enrollment and begin the course on an “as available” basis. Also, the student will be responsible for any additional costs such as tuition increases, books, test fees, instructions or any other items other than the base tuition. Finally, the re-examination process will be governed by the rules & regulations set forth by the U.S. Veterans Administration, G.I. Bill office and the F.A.A.