I'm doing my pre-solo exam and have a few questions about ATC procedures.. The airport I am taining in has no ATC, so I'm quite unfamiliar with official procedure, and the training books I have don't outline specifics.. Which is frustrating to say the least. #14: You have just called ATC just prior to entering class B airspace, and the controller tells you to, "squawk 2466 and Ident." Are you now allowed to enter Class B airspace without further instructions? Explain. My guess at the answer: "No. Once you squawk 2466 the controller is able to identify your position and provide you with further instruction." #18: Can a student or recreational pilot request a special VFR clearance in class D airspace when visibility is less than three miles? Explain your answer. Hell if I know.. Can't find it in the book. I would assume so, being that some emergency situations would require special VFR.. Perhaps to land, but not to takeoff? #19: You have called ATC prior to entering Class C airspace and the controller responds with your call sign and tells you to, "Standby." Are you now allowed to enter this airspace without any further instructions? Explain. My Guess: No. Standby means to wait for further instruction. Any help / explaination would be awesome. Yeah, I should have done a PM, but hey, if any other Pilots/ATCs are out there, feel free to chime in.