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Commercial Pilot Knowledge Test Guide
  • Published Date:
    1995-01-01
  • Language:
    English
Filetype[PDF-117.85 KB]


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  • NTL Classification:
    NTL-AVIATION-Aviation Safety/Airworthiness
  • Abstract:
    The FAA has available hundreds of computer testing centers nationwide. These testing centers offer the full

    range of airman knowledge tests including military competence, instrument foreign pilot, and pilot examiner

    predesignated tests. Refer to appendix 1 in this guide for a list of computer testing designees.

    This knowledge test guide was developed to be used by applicants preparing to take a knowledge test for the

    following certificates and ratings:

    Commercial Pilot ? Airplane

    Commercial Pilot ? Rotorcraft ? Helicopter

    Commercial Pilot ? R otorcraft ? Gyroplane

    Commercial Pilot ? Glider

    Commercial Pilot ? Free Balloon ? Hot Air

    Commercial Pilot ? Free Balloon ? Gas

    Commercial Pilot ? Lighter-Than-Air ? Airship

    Military Competency ? Airplane

    Military Competency ? Helicopter

    What is required to become a skilled and effective commercial pilot? Although some individuals possess more

    knowledge and skills than others, no one is born a natural pilot. Competent commercial pilots become so

    through study, hard work, and experience.

    This guide is not offered as a quick and easy way to obtain the necessary information for passing the knowledge

    tests. There is no quick and easy way to obtain this knowledge in addition to the skills needed to transform a

    student into a pilot capable of operating safely in our complex national airspace system. Rather, the intent of

    this guide is to define and narrow the field of study, as much as possible, to the required knowledge areas for

    obtaining a commercial pilot certificate.

    Rote memorization of test questions may render good test scores, but a correlative understanding of the subject

    matter may be lacking. This correlative understanding of the entire aviation schema is what produces a safe and

    effective pilot.

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