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ATP written 135vs121

canon

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Does it matter which one I take?

If I take the 135, is it acceptable to put it on my resume as
the ATP written or do i have to put ATA(which it really is). Do
interviewers really care?

Thanks
 

bobbysamd

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No one cares

Take whichever exam is easier for you to take. I'd put down ATP Written on the resume.

Good luck with the written.
 

Av8tor89

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ATP Written

I’ve heard of people going to the airlines and having to re-take the 121 exam because they originally took the 135 written – I’m not sure how “accurate” this is, but I’ve heard it before and thought I’d pass it along…

Good Luck!
 

Dep676

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Just take the written and then the ride and get the rating and don't worry about it. I wouldn't think it would matter what written you take. How soon do you think you actually be flying a 727 or something like that. Which that is the questions that are on the 121 written.
 
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