2nd Class Technical Drawing Exam

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geezer09
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2nd Class Technical Drawing Exam

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Hello,

I am about to start studying for my last exam written exam for my second class ticket, technical drawing.

I ordered reed's technical drawing book and I am about to start going through that. I hate drawing and I am dreading that very much.

Does anybody remember writting that exam? I would greatly appreciate some sample questions to get an overall idea of the level expected to write the exam. Any information would be appreciated.

Cheers

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Re: 2nd Class Technical Drawing Exam

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If you have Reeds, all the exam questions are in that. ssssshhhhhhhhh! Don't tell anyone I told you!
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If you passed everything else for your seconds, you are going to pass the drawing.

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Remember, the purpose of studying Drawing is so that if a part breaks you can make a drawing of it that a workshop can make.
Include all the information required to make whatever you have to draw.
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Re: 2nd Class Technical Drawing Exam

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I wrote my Tech Dre exam last month and was given a drawing from McGibbon's pictorial drawing book.
I had the 2 stroke diesel piston, it wasn’t the one from Reeds!! TC still likes to take some older drawings and incorporate them into their exam, you do have 2 to choose from thou.

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Awesome feedback Wren! Thanks
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