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 Posted: Wed Dec 9th, 2009 01:53 pm
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Macboydog wrote: NTTA Questions here. No Answers though...

I have done the quiz and being Ex VOSA I can say that unless you have read "The Fundamentals of Motor Vehicle Technology" and understood it. It is very hard to pass.

Ps these are not all the questions

If you want the answers. ask, but you will need a good memory....

GOTO

http://www.vosa.gov.uk/vosacorp/repository/NTT%20assessment%20questions.pdf

Try this link.

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can i have the answeres please?

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So do you still have to sit and watch all past videos and dvd`s, read all previous SN`s?

Anyone remember "Tom"?

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I did the ntta and ntt about 2 months ago, i think as long as you (honestly) have at least the minimum experience allowed, read the fundamentals book with interest, and have a sound understanding of how things work (and what happens when then dont) you should have no problem passing the ntta, for the ntt you just need to listen to the trainer, take good notes to read in the evenings of the course, ready for the end of course exams (2).
As for the demonstration test, i learned a routine in my head using the example they show on the course, and my notes, well before practice, when presented with a car its like reading it from a book in your head, its all in front of you. :)

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I took the exam about 5 years ago i looked at the examples on vosa (vi) website and had know problems 98% just take your time to read them properly.

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No Sorry, these are the only questions they have released as an example.
The other questions are like "What is a leading and trailing brake shoe". and so on.
Wheel bearings was another.
What we need here is someone who has recently been on a NTTA.

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have you got any moore questions i have sine the vosa ones but if moore are available please send

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NTTA Questions here. No Answers though...

I have done the quiz and being Ex VOSA I can say that unless you have read "The Fundamentals of Motor Vehicle Technology" and understood it. It is very hard to pass.

Ps these are not all the questions

If you want the answers. ask, but you will need a good memory....

GOTO

http://www.vosa.gov.uk/vosacorp/repository/NTT%20assessment%20questions.pdf

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You can get example questions from the vosa website, we have been approached by Premier MOT Training from £295 for a 1 day course to £495 for a 3 day course, we have opted for the 3 days as our lad is on his final chance to pass the exam before a 2 year wait.

 

Hope this helps

 

Kevin

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does anyone on here have any question revison papers for the NTT exam?

i am due for one soon, any tips?

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When i did my NTT course recently (after sitting the NTTA), there was a chap who did two days training for the NTTA (after failing the first time), his boss (father) paid for two days training at £500 a day! very expensive, but it worked, after that he passed the NTTA, NTT and Computerisation exams.

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There are one or two organisations which will get your man up to speed, not sure about cost or location.

Do a search on the web for NTTA training.

I am told by VOSA that some are better than others, so check them out carefully before handing over any money - they should be able to put you in touch with recent successful cases.

You can also get test papers on the VOSA website.

http://www.vosa.gov.uk/vosacorp/repository/NTT%20assessment%20questions.pdf

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Hello,

 

Thanks for the reply.

 

Youre right he has no qualifications as such but has 9 years experience and is a real good lad and we feel this would be good for his future progress.

We have spoke to VOSA training in Bristol but they would not recommend anyone?

Oh well we will have to keep looking.

Thanks for your reply.

 

Regards

 

 

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neveklle wrote: Can anyone help?

 

We have a lad who just failed his NTT, but he would prefer training rather than re-sit the exam and fail again having to sit 2 years before he can try again, just wandered if anyone has any recommendations as close to Shropshire as possible?

 

Cheers. 

 

 


Hi there,

You may be better off looking on Computerisation at the testing guide were all information is available, or alternatively contact VOSA with your enquiry.

I was under the impression the NTTA exam was introduced for those persons who wished to become testers, but did not have any relevant qualifications.

I am not aware of a way round the NTTA exam via practical assessment as that has to be part of the approval anyway?

Keep us posted:)

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Can anyone help?

 

We have a lad who just failed his NTT, but he would prefer training rather than re-sit the exam and fail again having to sit 2 years before he can try again, just wandered if anyone has any recommendations as close to Shropshire as possible?

 

Cheers. 

 

 

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