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™.
After using other study guides and books, and finding myself lost in a sea of information, I used the Dauntless software because it made what was at first a very intimidating knowledge bank of questions a palatable plate of knowledge, offering clear, easy, and understandable explanations in every question.
I am confident in saying that without this software, I would still be putting off my test. Thank you, Dauntless for helping me take one more step to accomplish my goal of flying!
"... I found the software to be most helpful. The fellow at the school freaked when I completed the [test] in just 12 minutes! He thought I flagged him down because there was some kind of problem. He asked if I wanted to reconsider or change any anwers. I told him no. He was even more amazed when he saw a score of 93%. Thanks!"
Jul 10 - Happy she passed her Private Pilot written!
I used your program to help prepare me for the Private Glider written exam. Thanks to this software I passed my test with and 88! I was not surprised at all by the questions asked and most of them I had been seeing directly from the software itself! Awesome program!
Thanks Dauntless team!
I studied hard [and] the dauntless question bank was very helpful. Not only for being familiar with questions and format, but I also found it to be a very useful study guide. It's kind of funny, You can review the questions you missed after the teat (no correct answers given however)I marked 5 questions I was not sure of, and after reviewing the questions missed, none of the questions I missed were the one's I was not sure of. This told me that I needed to take a little more time reading the questions more thoroughly ..FYI
Bottom line... If study, and take the time to review all categories of the Dauntless questions, you can approach IFR written with confidence!
Jul 4 - Happy 4th of July! July 4th is typically one of the busiest flying days of the year in General Aviation. If you have the good fortune to have nice weather, be sure to keep an especially active scan for other traffic. Have fun, and enjoy the weekend!