Comprehensive exam questions

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can anyone help me with a few questions im struggling with on practice exams for comprehensive cdt exam?

1. When torch soldering, which part of the flame should be used?
A.mixing
B. Reducing
C. Combustion
D. Oxidizing

A few more ill post if anyone can help. My answer keys give different answers to the same question. Confusing.. If this doesnt work im back to digging in the air force manuals... Haha
 
Luke

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Google says reducing zone.. One answer key says reducing, one says combustion. Im leaning towards reducing zone.
 
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When taking multiple choice questions, there are usually a couple in there to throw you off. start by eliminating the obvious. The whole flame is combustion. That ones not going to work. Im not just going to give you answers yet...you need to learn how to take tests; not just what the answers are.








Mixing is part of the torch, not the flame. (clue)
 
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When taking multiple choice questions, there are usually a couple in there to throw you off. start by eliminating the obvious. The whole flame is combustion. That ones not going to work. Im not just going to give you answers yet...you need to learn how to take tests; not just what the answers are.








Mixing is part of the torch, not the flame. (clue)
Reducing
 
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reducing... its all out of the AFPAM which is available in PDF
I should have them somewhere if you need them... pm me
 
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most of the questions will come out of the gold finishing and casting for the C&B written
 
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When taking multiple choice questions, there are usually a couple in there to throw you off. start by eliminating the obvious. The whole flame is combustion. That ones not going to work. Im not just going to give you answers yet...you need to learn how to take tests; not just what the answers are.








Mixing is part of the torch, not the flame. (clue)
Hey i passed. Thanks for your advice.. I used process of elimination for a few questions i was unsure about. On to the practical exam.
 
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Directed to the weakness of @CatamountRob
We can cut Captain Canada a break since his yesterday was Canada day and he is probably still full of Labatt Blue.
but if he were not still drunk I would respond with either:

These were not the droids he was looking for.
or
The force is not strong with this one.
 
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How about a movie with "Freddy" and a last name of "Krueger" . . . .

PS congrads!!!!!!!!!!
 
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Does anyone have the airforce manuals, I cant seem to get my hands on one. I have 3 techs getting ready to take the test.
 
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can anyone help me with a few questions im struggling with on practice exams for comprehensive cdt exam?

1. When torch soldering, which part of the flame should be used?
A.mixing
B. Reducing
C. Combustion
D. Oxidizing

A few more ill post if anyone can help. My answer keys give different answers to the same question. Confusing.. If this doesnt work im back to digging in the air force manuals... Haha

Can anyone tell me where I can get some practice tests?
 
Andrew Priddy

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the ones from NADL are bs... don't spend the money.
just read the airforce manual.. u will do fine
 
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