Wow - I appreciate everyone's honesty. Sorta woudn't have suspected that - LOL.
I got a 32. Barely squeeked in. The ones I knew, I knew and the ones I guessed I apparently guessed all wrong - LOL...
I think I'd rather go sailing this weekend than study to retake this test...
BTW - The Singapore
test has 30 questions (IIR) and you can only miss 3.
Originally Posted by jackdale
But what is a "snuffing box"?
But what knot
do you use when you don't have a "bowsman's chair"? (I don't really care cuz the stupid skinny fellah who dropped tha main halyard
is the one going up the mast
- and he's gonna winch
his own ass up there, dumbass...)
Originally Posted by David M
A few of the questions are too specific to be relevant to testing someones breadth of knowledge. I'm sure that is what the test was intended to do and not to be a game
of Nautical Trivia, which it partially is.
Bad score, eh Dave?
Seriously somewhat agree. However all the questions were "valid" questions. With only 44 questions it is difficult to go deep.
Sort of a sampling program really.
However let's talk about testing = safety
and then the idea of licensing - running & ducking...