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Which country do you recommend for ATPL Exam?

Old 1st Dec 2019, 11:35
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Exclamation Which country do you recommend for ATPL Exam?

Hello Guys,

I am a PPL student in Hungary now and planning to get my PPL next week.

I heard that I can do the Exams in Hungary, Polond or Austria for EASA.

Every each person I met, recommend different country. What are the differences between these three countries.

As far as I know, In Poland you can can do a sitting in 10 days and you may do the exam for each lesson daily.

For Austro, I think you can do the exam in several cities.. if you fail one city than you can go to other city and do the exam there.. It counts onyl one sitting.

If you do the exam in Hungary, they do have low number of question bank where you may study.

I just tried to search the regulations of the Exams in Hungary,Poland, Austria but couldn't find.

If anyone join the exam in one of them, assistance will be really appreciated.
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Old 13th Dec 2019, 17:32
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Have you considered Bristol ground school distance learning? Big database of questions.
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Old 15th Dec 2019, 17:42
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I have done my ATPL theory in March this year in Austria, for the simple reason that it was the closest city. I recommend to go during winter. Since there were less students at the exams, I had more flexibility. There was no limitation on how many subject I have to take on one "sitting". As I know, now there is. It is more rigid now.
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