Prepare for your Transport Canada Private Pilot, Recreational Pilot, PSTAR, and Instrument Rating (INRAT) exams.
A range of items both for people who want to convert from Canada to FAA and FAA to Canada. For PC, iPhone™, iPad™, and Android™.
I got a 98%! The only question I missed had to do with right of way between an airship, airplane, and airplane towing a glider! Excellent test prep program. Nothing helps you prepare for a standardized test better than doing practice questions. The dauntless questions were very similar to the written exam format and content. I could mentally picture some of the dauntless picture explanations as I went through the exam - very helpful.
I just wanted to let you know I passed my IFR knowledge exam last week. I found your preparation software most helpful.vvI think your softare is great. I found it most compatible for the way that I learn.
GroundSchool Private Pilot and IFR user
Punta Gorda, FL
Great work, sir! We're glad we could help you along the way.
I just got home after taking my Recreational Pilot Airplane (RPA) exam. I scored a 94 which, at the age of 69, was a big boost to my confidence. Your progarm helped immensely. I was able to study several hours a day for about three weeks and your program actually made the effort fun. Now, on to my check ride!!!
I have used this software to prepare for my instrument, commercial, and flight instructor tests. I got a 96%, 99%, and a 95%. I would absolutely recommend it for anyone studying for any of the written tests.
Wow - those are some absolutely superb scores. We're glad we could play a small role in your success.
I scored a 98% on my Private Pilot written test after using the GroundSchool study program. The question stack feature is awesome and really helped me concentrate on only those items where I needed additional study. I am looking forward to using the software as I study for my instrument rating.
Aug 2 - Another 99% on the FAA Commercial Pilot written!
Love your product! Just took the written for commercial airplane and when I started studying hardly got a question right. Got a 99 on the test last week, and the only question I missed was a stupid mistake; I knew better, but screwed up. Many thanks for your superior great work. You all should be very proud.