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Guidance on Staying Current in the FAA Safety Briefing, Sep/Oct 2010

The September/October 2010 FAA safety briefing [PDF download] has a number of good articles addressing the common challenge of maintaining proficiency as pilots. The first article, ‘Practice makes proficient‘, gives some guidelines on what makes for good practice – make it count (don’t fly the same hour over and over again), make it planned (schedule [...]

Exam Statistics and Reports

One of the benefits of PrepareToTest over other FAA test prep sites are the comprehensive statistics and reports that are available for you to review, and that can be used to accelerate your studying. This post covers how this works and how it can be used to your advantage. What information is stored? Every time [...]

How to validate your WINGS credits on

The FAA’s WINGS program has undergone some significant changes in recent months, one of which is the extensive use of the website to manage your WINGS credits. While there are a great deal of new features available on their new site, one important task is being able to get appropriate credit for any approved [...]