Private Pilot Exam Prep
What you'll learn
- Structure of the Transport Canada Private pilot exam.
- Structure and variations of multiple-choice questions.
- Strategies for managing multiple-choice questions.
- Applications of the strategies to Private Pilot exam topics.
- Students in this course should be enrolled in, or should have already finished, a Private pilot groundschool course.
Writing exams an essential step in education -- a process that we all need to go through. Exams or tests are usually a rite of passage to the next level in your learning. Specifically, multiple-choice questions can be tricky -- with answers that all look correct, or worse, all look incorrect. Even numerical answers can be very misleading and soon you may find yourself stressed and confused.
In our PPL Exam Prep course, we use aviation knowledge as a playground to introduce you to various multiple-choice question mechanics and test writing strategies that work. Using these strategies will make you more confident in your selected answers and may lead to higher grades overall. The strategies offered in the course can be applied to any subject matter. This is a very intriguing course, enroll now and we will see you in the course.
After covering exam and question structure, the course covers over 120 demonstrated Private Pilot practice questions. These questions are supplemented with 110 assigned practice problems so you practice multiple-choice strategy and get more familiar with PPL-level content.
PLEASE NOTE: This is not a groundschool course! It is a post-groundschool exam-prep course. The goal is to build test-taking skills so that the exam structure doesn't interfere with your knowledge on test day.
Who this course is for:
- Private Pilot candidates preparing for the "written" exam / knowledge test.
My name is Mario Sabogal. I have a Degree in business. Additionally, I worked over 12 years as a civilian and military flight instruction doing initial flight training and aerobatics instruction and flown as an airline pilot. Furthermore, I am a programmer and visual designer. I program in C# and my visual design work is done in Adobe Suite and Blender 3D.
Steve Pomroy holds an undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Masters Degree in Aerospace Engineering. With over 20 years and 6,000 hours of flying time, most of his professional experience is as a pilot. He's currently employed as a Captain flying a Dash-8-Q400 aircraft at a regional airline in Canada.
Steve's teaching background includes three years teaching Mechanical Engineering at an international college in the Middle East, and many years (and thousands of flight hours!) as a flight instructor, both civilian and military.