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 must say that the material presented was outstanding. I went into the testing center fully confident of a passing grade. My preparation consisted of about 1-2 hours a day, 4-5 hours a day for about a month and one half. I set a goal of being ready to test on Nov 2 so as that date approached I did spend more time on my weaker areas. I would give your program an outstanding endorsement to anyone preparing to take a FAA exam.
Pilot for a 'major Newark-based airline'
Thank you, sir! And congratulations on your excellent performance. We just make the tool - we are always impressed with the hard work of people like you who use our tools and then go on to great scores.
I took and passed the Instrument Airplane written test today at a local CATS testing center with a 95%. The only few questions I didn't get correct was due to second guessing myself, although the practice questions were available. Great Job in providing this tool to use in my preparation of the test! Thank you!!
Nov 1 - Better than time-waster classes We received an interesting bit of feedback today from a user ...
I just took the CFI-A knowledge exam and failed after attending a 3 day exam prep course at A******* F***** flight academy in Dallas Texas. I then used your iPhone app to prepare for the same test and found it to be more up to date and I passed with ease. Thanks, guys!
While nobody can always claim to have 100% of the questions 100% of the time, the reality is that we work hard to try to keep atop FAA changes in ways that 'ordinary' course instructors can't necessarily. While there is always benefit to studying from a variety of sources, when it comes to actual test preparation, this is best done with the interactive, do-it-at-your-own-pace style that our software and apps allow. Also, remember that classroom instruction is slow due to the fact that lecturing is slow and inefficient. For any given hour, you can learn far more by reading our detailed explanations and using our materials to actually work out problems rather than listening to a lecturer drone on at his/her pace (not yours) on topics that he/she happens to find challenging.
Oct 28 - Are you prepared? Are you prepared for any in-flight situation? How about the one shown in this video?. What could the pilot of this Air France 707 have done differently? Perhaps a more thorough weather briefing? Have a nice week.
Hi! I'm a student pilot and I've purchased your [GroundSchool FAA written test prep] software, I love it for its simplicity, practicality, and ease of use... Free life time updates are unbeatable. Keep up the good work!
Live Oak, CA
Thanks for the good words, CS! We're grateful that we could play even a small role in your future aviation success.