Everything you need to study for the FAA knowledge tests in one unique, easy-to-use program. The Test Prep CD-Rom contains study outlines and figures and is an integral component of the Complete Commercial Pilot Kit.
Additionally, you can create customized study and test sessions using the actual FAA airmen knowledge test questions to enhance your learning process. FAA Test Prep also emulates the computerized formats of the major computer-testing vendors, thereby allowing you to simulate exam-type conditions. The Performance Analysis feature allows you to track your progress and focus on specific areas needing further study.
This Test Prep CD-Rom is another powerful tool of our Knowledge Transfer System, and we want you to PASS your exam by using Gleim. Please use our other pilot training products, which include books and online.
WARNING: The product may contain and/or expose you to a chemical(s) or substance(s) which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm. www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
I used Gleim CD’s 15 years ago for private primary and instrument knowledge test prep and enjoyed the format. I scored in the 90’s on both back then. When I decided to pursue my Commercial I decided to order this and I’m not disappointed since the format is familiar and has proven successful. Beware: this is no longer a CD you are buying but simply a unlock code to a web-based program that’s valid for 1 year. I actually like it better since I can study anytime on any device. I recommend it.
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