Are my friends that have already become pilots correct in saying that all I have to do for the FAA Written Test is memorize all the questions and answers and I will pass?

FAQ » » Are my friends that have already become pilots correct in saying that all I have to do for the FAA Written Test is memorize all the questions and answers and I will pass?

There was a time that was a true statement. However, over the past few years, the FAA has been changing questions in all pilot certification written tests and not publishing them. Presently, approximately 60 to 70% of these questions have been changed. There are more changes happening every month. So, it is now extremely important to comprehend all of the material, because rote memorization of questions and answers will no longer ensure that you will pass.

Most importantly, being an excellent pilot means you have truly mastered the knowledge covered in the exam so that you can apply that critical knowledge to the task of safely flying an aircraft. Epic’s Ground School classes are thorough and hands-on, ensuring you will indeed gain the knowledge to not only pass the test, but to become a safe and skilled pilot. Memorizing answers does not make you a good pilot; applying your knowledge of aviation does.

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