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Old 14th Mar 2018, 00:59
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CPL Study/Exam Preperation

Hi All,
im moving over to Florida to finish my flight training in the upcoming months (need to sit CPL/ATP exams). Does anyone have any recommendations for study/exam preparation, including apps, question banks and so on, any other tips and experiences would be greatly appreciated. thanks!

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Old 17th Mar 2018, 11:56
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MH,

This outfit seems to get high marks. Haven't used them myself but I see people say positive things:

Sheppard Air Flight Test 5.0 Prep Software ATP, Flight Engineer, Mil Comp - FAA Airline Transport Pilot

And at the risk of telling you something you already know, to take the ATP(ME) written you'll need the ATP-CTP course. Another wad o'money there unless an employer provides it for you.

Best wishes to you on your undertaking.

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Old 17th Mar 2018, 14:06
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Can you be more specific? Is it definitely FAA certs you're after? 'moving over' implies you're from outside the US, as does 'CPL/ATP exams' - (in Europe most people skip the CPL exams and go straight to the ATPL exams, whereas in the US there is 1250 hours difference and probably a couple of years between CPL and ATP)
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Old 17th Mar 2018, 15:29
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Can you be more specific? Is it definitely FAA certs you're after? 'moving over' implies you're from outside the US, as does 'CPL/ATP exams' - (in Europe most people skip the CPL exams and go straight to the ATPL exams, whereas in the US there is 1250 hours difference and probably a couple of years between CPL and ATP)
And there is a requirement in the FAA system to hold a commercial certificate before you get the ATP. (Unless you already hold a foreign ATP.)
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Old 17th Mar 2018, 16:15
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Try the Dauntless Software exam prep apps on your iPhone/iPad.

I used them for my ATP helicopter, ATP airplane-ME, CFI, CFII writtens. Managed to knock them all out in a few days. I studied for about a month leading up to the barrage of writtens.
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