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FAAtest.com, is it any good?

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I am using it for my IFR. I really like it. Only downside is you really need a paper copy of the figures and such. I bought the ASA book just for that, plus so I could study when I wasn't near the computer.

download their demo. Its the full program, but only allows you to see about 5% of the questions. It'll even let you print out great paper study guides, which I think are better than the ASA book. I use those printouts more than the ASA book :)

I also bought their logbook program, as they offer a great bundle of the logbook and one test.
 
goaliemn said:
Only downside is you really need a paper copy of the figures and such

I've got Gleim's book, so I have the figures. I wanted to know if FAAtest tailored their software to mimic the actual test
 
Yup. You select the type of test center you're going to and it emulates it. Its a good system at a great price.
 

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