Rod Machado's Private Pilot eWorkbook (eBook PDF)

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Rod Machado’s Private Pilot Workbook – 264 color pages, eBook ONLY!
Meets New Test Standards! - Copyright 2018/Updated to 2018
These products are the most current and updated products on the market!
As a programmed learning guide, this book will help prepare you for the FAA Private Pilot Knowledge Exam. The questions are organized to follow the presentation of material, section for section, as found in Rod's Private Pilot Handbook. Not only will this book prepare you for the Private Pilot Knowledge Exam, it will help you understand and absorb the knowledge needed to fly safely. You can test your knowledge and comprehension in each subject area with numerous weight and balance, performance, and flight planning problems. (Downloads are non-refundable.)

This Valuable One-Stop Workbook Contains:
 A thorough and complete self-study system when used with Rod Machado's Private Pilot Handbook.
✈1,811 general aviation knowledge and FAA Private Pilot exam questions
✈Above each question in the Workbook is the PAGE, COLUMN and PARAGRAPH identifier to help you locate the answer in the Handbook. This is a great time saver!
✈Questions organized to follow the layout of Rod Machado's Private Pilot Handbook so you can test your knowledge and comprehension in each subject area.
✈Color navigation charts, numerous weight-and-balance, performance, and flight planning problems
✈An FAA approved, Part 141 ground training syllabus for use in an FAA approved Part 141 ground school.

Sample pages for the Private Pilot Workbook (Low Res)

 

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