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Pass Your Private Pilot Checkride: Your FAA Checkride Examiners Favorite Questions

Narrated by: Jason Schappert
Length: 2 hrs and 39 mins
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See your FAA checkride examiners' favorite checkride questions before the big day. Now in it's third edition, the book meets and exceeds all ACS guidelines and covers recent FAA changes.

©2017 Jason Schappert (P)2017 Jason Schappert

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Great audio book for me while preparing for check ride. Will now buy book to follow along with and have visuals to refer to.

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Great book!

Great job by putting together this audiobook by Jason Schappert and his team. I listen to this book constantly while I’m driving just to keep the information fresh inside my head. This book refreshes the little tidbits of information that we sometimes overlook and possibly take for granted as pilots. It’s a great learning tool for all levels of GA pilots.

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I passed my checkride with this after failing.

After failing the oral portion of my first check ride, I purchased this audiobook. It helped fill in all the gaps of everything that I was missing. I passed my checkride second time around and I'm now a Private Pilot working on my instrument. I'll definitely be using more of this material through my future studies.