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    Thread: 2019 Mod 3 Layout 3 & 4
Post: RE: 2019 Mod 3 Layout 3 & 4

dabi_laniyan@hotmail.com Wrote: (29-08-2020, 08:45 AM) -- Hi does anyone have layout 3 & 4 for Module 3 2019 past paper please Thanks -- Download from the IRSE website here: https://www.irse.or...
dorothy.pipet Control Tables- Past Papers 1 1,981 01-09-2020, 07:36 AM
    Thread: Mod 5 2013 Q9
Post: RE: Mod 5 2013 Q9

Jerry1237 Wrote: (08-05-2020, 07:52 AM) -- It would be useful to post the paper or excerpt from it. -- I think this is the correct one.
dorothy.pipet Miscellaneous and General 2 1,905 11-05-2020, 02:49 PM
    Thread: 2019 Exam Results
Post: RE: 2019 Exam Results

I believe results are now out.
dorothy.pipet Waiting for the postie..... 7 5,748 11-02-2020, 09:56 PM
    Thread: 2019 Exam Results
Post: RE: 2019 Exam Results

Latest rumours suggested this week, however, I've seen no evidence of that as yet. My candidates are getting increasingly anxious with the long wait.
dorothy.pipet Waiting for the postie..... 7 5,748 06-02-2020, 08:15 AM
    Thread: Former S&T Telecoms (Where to Start?)
Post: RE: Former S&T Telecoms (Where to Start?)

Hi ManicMiner, It does depend how much time you would be able to give to it. The Syllabus and a past paper from each module are available on the IRSE website https://www.irse.org/Qualifications-Career...
dorothy.pipet Introduce yourself 2 4,170 04-02-2020, 04:30 PM
    Thread: New modules - new forum?
Post: New modules - new forum?

With the new exam format coming up, how soon will there be a new forum for Module A, and then B to D?
dorothy.pipet Suggestions 1 2,333 06-01-2020, 08:45 AM
    Thread: Module A trial exam
Post: Module A trial exam

A thread for those who have attempted the new Module A trial questions to discuss and feedback. I've not yet had time, and I have to accept that it is unlikely that I will.
dorothy.pipet Candidate feedback re exams 0 1,845 18-11-2019, 09:41 AM
    Thread: Route Tables for MOD 2 Exam
Post: RE: Route Tables for MOD 2 Exam

It really doesn't matter so long as they are clear. I chose to do Route tables on lined paper instead of having to find space and draw boxes on the layout. Others prefer to keep them close to t...
dorothy.pipet Miscellaneous Module 2 Topics 2 5,225 01-10-2019, 05:58 PM
    Thread: 2014 Q2 Competence
Post: RE: 2014 Q2 Competence

Brief comments - First part is too short for 12 marks. Explain what a competence management system is/does: * a database of tasks, with what abilities and skills are needed for each, and staff pos...
dorothy.pipet Past Paper attempts 2 3,273 04-09-2019, 01:06 PM
    Thread: 2014 Q3 CLS design
Post: RE: 2014 Q3 CLS design

I've only looked at this briefly but my instant response is that you've only looked at " key design features that contribute to safety" from the sighting point of view. What about structural integr...
dorothy.pipet Past Paper attempts 2 3,312 04-09-2019, 12:44 PM
    Thread: calcs for 2013
Post: RE: calcs for 2013

I think there are probably marks for showing how you derive the 3 & 4 aspect headway formulae rather than just quoting them. It's quick enough to draw a diagram to illustrate this.
dorothy.pipet 2013 8 11,894 28-08-2019, 07:32 PM
    Thread: Theory "Written" Questions- how to approach?
Post: RE: Theory Question

I think this is the one
dorothy.pipet General approach to written questions 6 13,016 12-08-2019, 05:41 PM
    Thread: Studying in Dubai?
Post: Studying in Dubai?

I have had contact from someone in Dubai considering sitting Exams in 2020. Is there anyone who I can put them in touch with - either candidate or study group?
dorothy.pipet Set up a Study Group 0 2,434 22-03-2019, 12:06 PM
    Thread: 2018 Exam Results
Post: RE: 2018 Exam Results

Late December last year and that is the aspiration. It does depend on the volume and quality of candidates, and the timing of meetings.
dorothy.pipet Waiting for the postie..... 8 12,319 24-11-2018, 06:03 AM
    Thread: Past papers
Post: RE: Past papers

I note the IRSE have updated their website and placed on it the 2018 question papers and associated layouts. I'm delighted to see it is a lot prompter than some previous years.
dorothy.pipet Past Papers 7 28,877 01-11-2018, 07:58 PM
    Thread: Module 1 2017 Paper Question 8 Attempt
Post: RE: Module 1 2017 Paper Question 8 Attempt

I'm looking at an AxC conversion project at the moment and the main driver is reliability (or the cost of failed track circuits). Both Thales and Frauscher have electromagnetic heads which clamp to th...
dorothy.pipet Past Paper attempts 4 7,469 20-09-2018, 04:45 PM
    Thread: Mod 2 2015 Layout Attempt
Post: RE: Mod 2 2015 Layout Attempt

You need some way of protecting the single line - a token solution is OK and I think you'd get good marks for it if shown correctly. I reason that if drivers need to stop to exchange tokens it may b...
dorothy.pipet 2015 5 7,468 14-09-2018, 09:43 PM
    Thread: Mod 2 2015 Layout Attempt
Post: RE: Mod 2 2015 Layout Attempt

What do you think the extra signals gain for your layout? Or why are they a requirement?
dorothy.pipet 2015 5 7,468 14-09-2018, 02:37 PM
    Thread: Mod 2 2015 Layout Attempt
Post: RE: Mod 2 2015 Layout Attempt

REMBrum Wrote: (13-09-2018, 05:28 PM) -- Afternoon All, Please see attached mod 2 2015 layout attempt and calculations. Any advice, comments or questions very welcome. I think I have made an...
dorothy.pipet 2015 5 7,468 13-09-2018, 07:29 PM
    Thread: Reading Time/Graph Paper
Post: RE: Reading Time/Graph Paper

tfc82 Wrote: (29-08-2018, 10:53 PM) -- dorothy.pipet Wrote: (28-08-2018, 11:47 AM) -- These may help, although I can't be sure they are the latest. --   Thanks Dorothy. I must admit, am surprised t...
dorothy.pipet General exam advice 5 10,631 30-08-2018, 06:13 AM