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    Default Interesting article about the FAA exam - outdated Q's and wrong A's

    http://blog.aopa.org/opinionleaders/...7/the-ap-exam/

    It's written by Mike Busch, who is a pretty well respected mechanical expert in the GA world. He makes some interesting points. I wonder what his opinion of the B1 exams would be? Pretty much the same I suppose, as it's just a memory test these days, just a bit more to remember.

    Not like the old section L days eh?
    Last edited by winglit; September 19th, 2015 at 00:22.
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    Default Re: Interesting article about the FAA exam - outdated Q's and wrong A's

    You mean when we had exams for which you had to learn the subject matter and actually understand what you were learning. ....
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