Private Pilot Test Prep 2021: for private pilot and rotorcraft

Private Pilot Test Prep 2021

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11.0" x 8.5"
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Includes the Computer Testing Supplement (CT-8080-2H)—with the same FAA legends, figures, and full-color charts you’ll be issued at the testing center—to help you become familiar with all available information before you take your official test.

Rely on the time-proven and dependable ASA Private Pilot Test Prep to prepare for your Private, Sport or Recreational Pilot FAA Knowledge Exam. Test material is expertly organized into chapters based on subject matter and includes introductory text and illustrations, questions, answer choices, explanations (for correct and incorrect answers), answers, and references for further study. This topical study promotes understanding and aids recall to provide an efficient study guide.

Private Pilot Test Prep is the pilot’s best resource for successful test-taking.

Use Test Prep 2021 - Private Pilot for the following Knowledge Exams:

Recreational Pilot - Airplane
Recreational Pilot - Helicopter
Recreational Pilot - Gyroplane
Private Pilot - Airplane
Private Pilot - Helicopter
Private Pilot - Gyroplane
Private Pilot - Glider
Private Pilot - Balloon - Hot Air
Private Pilot - Balloon - Gas
Private Pilot - Airship
Private Pilot - Powered Parachute
Private Pilot - Weight-Shift Control
Private Pilot Airplane/Recreational Pilot - Transition
Private Pilot Gyroplane/Recreational Pilot - Transition
Private Pilot Helicopter/Recreational Pilot - Transition
Private Pilot Canadian Conversion Sport Pilot - Airplane
Sport Pilot - Balloon
Sport Pilot - Glider
Sport Pilot - Airship
Sport Pilot - Powered Parachute
Sport Pilot - Weight-Shift Control
Sport Pilot - Gyroplane

As of mid 2011, FAA no longer provides the actual questions that appear on your tests. While the questions appearing in this test guide are similar to, and cover the same material as those on the actual test, they are no longer word to word identical. The questions in this guide and others come from 3 primary sources:
1] Sample questions provided by FAA from years 2011 and later.
2] Questions from actual FAA test banks from years prior to 2011.
3] Questions written by publishers to fill in topics not covered by actual FAA samples.


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