If you want to be an FAA-certified pilot or mechanic,
you will at some point need to take an FAA written test. It's very simple:
the better you do on your written tests and the more knowledge you accumulate,
the more successful your flying career will be. This is regardless of
whether you just want to become a private pilot flying a Cessna around
the patch on the weekends or whether your dreams would have you with an
Airline Transport Pilot certificate sitting in the captain's seat of a
Boeing 747 or Airbus 380.
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