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Welcome to Dauntless Aviation! Safelog - The World's Most Trusted Pilot Logbook System Ace your FAA written test! Be confident and ready for your Checkride Oral Exam! SimPlates 70,000+ IFR Approach Plates JAA ATPL Theory Exam Prep
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™.

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Aug 28 - 97% on the Private Pilot Rotorcraft - Helicopter!
I am pleased to report that I passed my FAA rotorcraft private written with a 97%, thanks to your software. Now, I am getting ready for the private checkride, and will be cruising right through to commercial and CFI with instrument rating.
Private Pilot Helicopter
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Aug 28 - SimPlates keeps rolling on..
Here's some feedback we recently got from a happy SimPlates customer:

It was a toss up between [Dauntless] SimPlates and the [Jeppesen] SimCharts � I'm glad I chouse SimPlates as with the add ons! There are a lot charts included and It's worked out cheaper too. If I had bought SimCharts, I would have only been able to unlock 1 or 2 regions and it would have cost me over £100 (US $185) to unlock all 6 to cover the amount SimPlates does. I have also noticed that most of the charts are more up to date then SimCharts .. My mate has SimCharts and we have been comparing them. Thanks again!

Aug 26 - Why use checklists?
We've improved and updated our famous Why Checklists? page. Useful and illustrative for student pilots and instructors, yes, but perhaps especially for experienced pilots!
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Aug 25 - Great Score on the Private Glider Test!
Recently passed the FAA knowlege test for PPLG with 98% and found your software extremely easy and good to use.
Auburn, NH
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Aug 25 - Private Pilot Rotorcraft - Great Score!
I wanted to let you know that thanks to Dauntless (which my CFI and others recommended) I passed my Rotorcraft Private Written on Friday... with a 97%. Now on to the check ride!!
Private Pilot Rotorcraft
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Aug 22 - Score of 97 on the IFR written!
Found the Dauntless Ground School software invaluable in studying for the IFR rating. Wrote a 97 on the test.
Mitchellville MD
A 97 is an EXCELLENT score on the tough IFR written test! We're glad we could help you out and good luck on that checkride!
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Aug 21 - Aced the Flight Instructor Airplane exam!
This software was absolutely essential to me getting a great score on the CAX, IRA, and FIA exams. I simply could not have done without it.
London, UK
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Aug 19 - Our users are much too kind... Thank you!
This is by far the best package I've used for studying for the FAA tests, and your prices are unbeatable. I'll definitely be recommending it to others.
Somerville, MA
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Aug 19 - Aviation Mechanic - General test success!
I scored really highly on my General test!

This program with the constant updates helped me tremendously. I have the FAA books, but they did not help me at all.

You cannot beat this program for studying and passing your A&P test.

Now I'm studying the Airframe portion.


Aug 19 - 100% on the Private Written!
My passing score was 100% and I don't think I could have done it without this software.... Your software really honed what I needed to know without a lot of fluff. It let me know what topics needed I needed to study more. Here's how I studied:
  1. Took all 800+ test questions with immediate feedback whether I got it right or wrong so I'd know the principle.
  2. Took a number of 60-item pretests. Saved the results online in case I wanted a CFI to sign off for the test.
  3. Took a pretest for each topic in order, consisting of all the items for that topic.
  4. Decided to have your CFI sign off, so I took five practice tests and paid my $$.
  5. Once I got my sign-off, I took a pretest for each topic again as preparation for the exam.
  6. Scheduled and took the real exam through CATS as soon as I finished the topical tests.
My actual exam was all recall and some minimal calculations. I didn't have to use either side of my E6B - only a couple of calculator questions and some map problems with no wind or variation corrections.

Now I'm looking for a flight instructor!

Elmhurst, IL
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