From the pull down menu in the online study,
select category "Able-bodied Seaman", then under Area,
"Any listed below". The modules listed below are recommended for study
for all grades of Able-bodied Seaman.
Rules of the Road: 1,120 questions and 131
Aids to Navigation: 320 questions and 29
Survival Craft: 329 questions and 2
Breathing Apparatus: 40 questions
Cargo Equipment: 160 questions
and 3 illustrations
Cargo Stowage: 220
questions and 4 illustrations
Charts and Publications: 240 questions
and 4 illustrations
testing and right whales: 40 questions and 0
Damage Control: 60
questions and 0 illustrations
Engineering: 100 questions and 0
Procedures: 140 questions and 1
Fire Fighting: 440 questions and 1
First Aid: 140 questions and 0
100 questions and 0
60 questions and
Pollution Control and Prevention: 180 questions and 0 illustrations
Rules and Regulations: 620 questions and 0 illustrations
Deck Safety: 80 questions and 0 illustrations
Ships Construction: 180 questions and 2 illustrations
If you are studying for a United States Coast Guard Deck License exam which includes this module, you should work through these questions until you are scoring 80% or better on them.
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and look under Mariner's information center. The questions used in the online study are once again available to the public in PDF format from the NMC link above. The illustrations are not yet available for some of these questions.