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™.
May 14 - Instrument Rating (Canada conversion to FAA) test success!
Your software is awesome!
I did my ICP exam today...
I could not have done it without your software - I am so thankful that I will probably buy another module.
I started using the software just simulating exams - not good enough for me. I then decided to just do all the 738 questions. The ones you get wrong go back to the pool, so at the end I answered 959 questions.
I spent between 80 to 100 hours preparing. I learnt a lot, and I truly enjoyed the experience.
I wrote the exam in Toronto Ontario Canada - not far from Niagara Falls for the people not familiar with the area.
Thanks again! I am so glad I purchased your software
May 14 - Awesome score on the Private Pilot written!
This program is the best thing i found and i recommended it to my instructor to share with all his students. I was able to take the exam once and score a 98%. There was nothing on the exam that i didn't learn from this program. The one question i got wrong was my own fault because i didn't read all the answers and picked the first one that made sense. ( i know better ). It has been about a month and a half sense my exam and i still use this program every weekend to keep things fresh while i continue my flying lessons.
May 14 - GroundSchool comes through again! CG, of Chambliss, GA, wrote the following to express his thanks as to how our software came through for him for his short-deadline study needs where our competitors were found wanting...
The "Other-Guys" could not help me with taking the Helicopter Add-On exam...Disappointing. I found your product thru an Internet Search and purchased your ATP Program.
Additionally, I did not have much spare time to study for the exam and needed something intensive and focused. I must confess to using the dippy-bird method. I studied for approximately 10 hours over (2) mornings and took the exam the afternoon of the 2nd day of study. Though not earth shattering, I scored a respectable 86%.
Frankly, I did not even study for and merely chose "C" for the time/distance and TAS problems....
Excellent product and great price!
While we generally recommend that people take longer than two days to study for their test and really take the time to learn the material (GroundSchool features full explanations, after all), it's also reassuring to know that if you're in a position like CG here with a tight deadline, our software will see you through.
May 11 - More Success with GroundSchool DDD, Student Pilot, wrote us with this good news:
I just took my FAA Written Test and wrote a 97%. Thank you for the real and exact Preparation I received from the software I purchased. It was spot on!!
While DC, future CFI wrote us today:
I just wanted to let you know that your Ground School program is wonderful. I took the FIA test today and passed with flying colors!
Thank you so much. This is a great program.
Great job, sirs! And thank you for the kind words. Just a reminder to all: even though we don't necessarily write about it on this homepage, we are constatly updating our software. Our FAA written test preparation data had over 300 updates in April and early May alone. With GroundSchool, you get a better, faster, and more up to date FAA written test prepration tool than any book or other product.
I just took my instrument written test and got a 95%. Thank you for such a wonderful app. I went through the question bank and read all the examples and I believe that is the main reason I did so well. I loved it and will be recommending it to anyone who asks.
The Ground School study guide is exceptionally easy to use and well organized. The explanations for each question provided exactly the right amount of support information that I needed to thoroughly understand the material vs rote memorization.
The optional stacking feature helped me to make good use of my time, keeping me focused on the areas that needed the most attention.
I studied by taking 50 question drills one or twice a week while working on air work and then doing a final 1000 question drill.
After doing that, taking the actual exam "for real" was quite easy, scoring 100.
May 9 - Moving up the aviation ladder with Dauntless!
Just wanted to say how much I appreciate Dauntless Aviation and its products. I've used them to successfully complete both my private and instrument ratings, and will be using them as I move on to commercial and CFI ratings as well.