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™.
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.
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!
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:
Took all 800+ test questions with immediate feedback whether I got it right or wrong so I'd know the principle.
Took a number of 60-item pretests. Saved the results online in case I wanted a CFI to sign off for the test.
Took a pretest for each topic in order, consisting of all the items for that topic.
Decided to have your CFI sign off, so I took five practice tests and paid my $$.
Once I got my sign-off, I took a pretest for each topic again as preparation for the exam.
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.