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Old 05-02-2012, 13:24   #1
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ASA 104

I'm taking the ASA 104 next week.

All I have is the Cruising Fundamentals book & the ASA Standards as a guideline. No study sheet from the school.

I am confident in my sailing abilitys, but have always had a hard times on written exams. I'm sure the written exam will be all multiple choice.

On the COLREGS 1-19, do they ask specific questions to the specific number COLREG or just general COLREG questions.

Any suggestions would be helpful.
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Old 05-02-2012, 13:42   #2
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I took it last year. From what I remember they would give you situations - and pictures and ask who had the right of way, or what was the channel.

It's all multiple choice. Usually 2 answers made no sense and the other two were plausible.

It wasn't hard if you read the ASA book. Everything is out of three.
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