Not an answer to your question, but I am curious what type of aircraft do you fly and how often?
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i dont fly myself but im always on private jets with my clients and i would love to get a private pilots license,ive looked at a school already and its 6500 dollars for the 40 hrs flight time ,fuel,and test but i heard some people need more time for the written test than others. so was just wondering if any one knew how hard the written exam was...sharky
hey sharky, I've been browsing the site and just noticed your post. I did this a few years back north of the border, and you definitely need to study. Unless you've had prior training in regs, weather, navigation, etc. there's alot of material to absorb. What I used to help supplement the ground school was test prep software similiar to this...
Sharky, just go take the course. It's just for private - I assume that ground school is part of the course. It takes a good while to fly 40 hours, so this must be fairly intensive, and you can't be ariborne all the time. You will have PLENTY of time to study for the written. Another idea, just ask the course contact person how you should prepare.
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