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Using your software I passed my test with 95%!. At first I was quite disappointed with myself. I knew going in my track record for testing in that I tend to overthink questions and second guess myself. I did my best to avoid this and in the end it paid off well as the reason I missed the few questions was specifically because I didn't second guess them and chose the first answer. They were of course trick question I hadn't seen before and probably shouldn't have rushed such easy questions. At any rate everyone I've spoken with thought I did very well and I'm happy! I owe my success to your software! I also found it extremely useful to see my progress by submitting my tests to the online section tracking section of Dauntless. I am now mere practice hours from checkride! Thanks again!
Aug 19 - Aviation Mechanic - General test success!
I scored really highly on my General test!
This program with the constant updates helped me tremendously. I have the FAA books, but they did not help me at all.
You cannot beat this program for studying and passing your A&P test.
Now I'm studying the Airframe portion.
Aug 19 - 100% on the Private Written!
My passing score was 100% and I don't think I could have done it without this software.... Your software really honed what I needed to know without a lot of fluff. It let me know what topics needed I needed to study more. Here's how I studied:
Took all 800+ test questions with immediate feedback whether I got it right or wrong so I'd know the principle.
Took a number of 60-item pretests. Saved the results online in case I wanted a CFI to sign off for the test.
Took a pretest for each topic in order, consisting of all the items for that topic.
Decided to have your CFI sign off, so I took five practice tests and paid my $$.
Once I got my sign-off, I took a pretest for each topic again as preparation for the exam.
Scheduled and took the real exam through CATS as soon as I finished the topical tests.
My actual exam was all recall and some minimal calculations. I didn't have to use either side of my E6B - only a couple of calculator questions and some map problems with no wind or variation corrections.
I want to take this opportunity to congratulate Dauntless in assisting me in passing my Ground Instructor Basic, FAA knowledge test, last Friday. You have a very good system for helping one to retain information, by the unique method of question exercise. I will be introducing my students to Dauntless!