Instrument written

pwapilot

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Hi everyone,

I'm trying to get a start on my instrument knowledge, so I'm going to take the instrument written this summer. Does anyone have a preference over the ASA or Gleim prep book?

Thanks,
Mike Catalfamo
 

will_fly_for_bandwith

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I used the asa virtual test prep that included the exam guide. Take a look at it at the local FBO first.. It is just every question with the correct answer and if the question is not obvious then there is an explanation. I got an 88 on the written... with about 4-5 days of study.
I have also used the private version (88 also !) and will probably purchase the commercial one also..
 

Flight81

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I've used the Gleim for my IRA, IGI, FII, CAX, FIA and AGI and I got between 90 and 99 on all of them. I also have the ASA stuff, but never really used them for the writtens.
 

djsCFI

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Gleim!! I've used it from Instrument up through CFII and have gotten between 94 to 100% on all of them. Great books!
 

Micaoct

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Exams4Pilots and Sportys is all I used for Private, Instrument, and Commercial. They work fine and they are free.
 

upup89

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I like sportys.com myself. Just a good free one. It has a study buddy for the instrument i think.
 
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