31st July, 12h30. A NEW version of Mock PPL with lots of updates including full referencing of the latest 2011Regulation numbering system for easy crosschecking. 8th April: 16h00. Both the CPL and ATP have been upgraded based on intelligence gained from Students who have experienced the CAA exams. March 25th. 10h00. After extensive upgrading, the PPL is now compatible with the new CAA syllabus. All existing Mock PPL users can simply go to the Download page and do a free download. The system will recognise that you are a user and will not require a password. New users can do a download and payment on the Downloads page. 24th November 2014 at 12h00. The new Mock NPL has been uploaded. It contains major changes and, as such, should be downloaded by all current users. 22nd August at 12h30 ....The CPL and ATPL have been updated with questions based on solid feedback from the CAA exams. Mock Instruments update to new CAA Syllabus with EASA questions. Existing Mock Instruments, CPL and ATP users simply click the appropriate download to update your current product to the new standard. This is a free service.......... New wanabe users Click the appropriate download and then click PayFast to pay, or use a normal eft. To answer the new syllabus questions you will need the following documents: CAP 697 and 698 (download from my website Download page at the bottom). Jeppesen Africa High/Low Altitude Enroute Charts (From a pilot shop). The Mock ATP is now available for downloading.
Ray Swales has lectured aviation subjects, from PPL to ATPL, for 22 years. The first mock tests were produced in 2001 when they were approved by the SA CAA for use at flight schools as the primary means of examining student for the PPL. The Mock Exams have been available for 10 years and every one of those years, they have got more students through.

Swales Mock Exams
Focused learning
Behind every question in the Swales database, there is an explanation of the solution or the relevant theory needed to correctly answer the question. Where necessary, this is enhanced by the use of graphics. This means that you read and learn the theory,specifically in relation to the kind of question that you can expect in the CAA exam. Swales Mock Exams focus you on passing the final exams
Swales Databases
There's only so much you can learn by reading and re-reading the ground school books. At some stage you will start to ask what kind of questions you will get in the CAA exams. This is where Swales Mock Exams come to the rescue. Swales has been collecting information about the CAA exams from students who have taken the exams over many years. This knowledge has been used to enhance the Swales databases to ensure that they are a true representation of the final exams.
Helping Pilots Make the Grade Since November 2001
More than a testing system, it's a complete focused learning system
The Swales Mock Exam Process
Questions and Answers
When you start a mock test you will be presented with a Question and answers screen - seen on the right. You can step through the questions choosing to answer or not as you go. If the question involves a graphic it will be seen in a dropdown list at the bottom right of the screen. To answer a question you will click the a), b), c) or d) to the right of the answer.
When you have answers all the question, or when the time has run out, you will be taken to a results screen. As well as indicating your pass or fail mark, each randomly selected question is listed. The list indicates which question you got correct and which you got wrong
You are able to click any question on the results page to reveal an explanation screen which, as seen on the right, can include an explanetary graphic.
for past student references.