NAR JrHPP Level 1 Practice Exam 2020-V2 Edition: Section A - NAR Jr. HPR Level 1 Participation Program

There will be five (5) questions on the actual exam from Section A's ten (10) question pool. For each question below, click on the circle next to the correct answer. When you have finished the exam, Click the 'Score My Exam' button at the bottom of the page. Good luck!

Note: Any mistakes, omissions or questions about the below content should be directed to the current HPR Services Committee Chairman.


Question A1
What qualifies a NAR member to participate in the Junior L1 certification program?

A. 14-17 years of age
B. Junior/Leader NAR member in good standing
C. Both "A" and "B"


Question A2
Who qualifies as a member of the Junior L1 applicant’s certification team?

A. Two NAR members in good standing, both at least 18 years old, at least one L1 certified
B. One L2 certified NAR member in good standing
C. Either “A” or “B”


Question A3
Youth teams may use the same rocket for multiple individuals to attempt Junior L1 certification flights.

A. True
B. False


Question A4
NAR Junior L1 certification attempts may use altimeter-based ejection and dual-deployment as long as the adult supervisor prepares the deployment charges.

A. True
B. False


Question A5
Post-certification, the Junior L1 member may build and fly multiple-motor (staged or clustered) rockets as long as the total installed impulse does not exceed 640.0 Newton-Seconds.

A. True
B. False


Question A6
Who is allowed to conduct the pre-flight safety inspection for the Junior L1 certification flight?

A. Launch Range Safety Officer (RSO)
B. Certification attempt supervising adult
C. Junior L1 applicant’s parent


Question A7
Can a NAR Junior L1 certified flier launch at Tripoli HPR Launches with L1 motors?

A. Yes, without restriction
B. Yes, but this requires the Tripoli Prefect and launch LCO/RSO team’s acceptance of the Jr. HPP sponsor’s acceptance of liability
C. No, the NAR Jr. HPP flier must join Tripoli and complete the Tripoli Mentoring Program


Question A8
Junior L1 certification flights require the use of active recovery. The definition of active recovery DOES NOT include:

A. Parachutes
B. Streamers
C. Airframe drag recovery that does not deploy a recovery device that changes the physical configuration of the model


Question A9
After certification, a Junior L1 member may fly a motor that exceeds the NAR L1 certification total impulse (640 Newton-Seconds) limit with an adult supervisor’s concurrence.

A. True
B. False


Question A10
As a Junior L1 certified NAR member, if I let my membership lapse over one year, I must do the following:

A. Get my parents’ permission before flying with my Junior L1 certification
B. Obtain a waiver from the FAA to fly L1 HPR rockets once I renew my license
C. Re-qualify for Junior L1 HPR status once I renew my license


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