This latest edition of what has become an established standard exam guide has been updated to take account of the JAR PPL syllabus.
CONTAINING OVER 1,100 questions and answers (complete with accompanying references), all arranged along the lines of PPL examinations, this latest edition of what has become an established standard exam guide has been updated to take account of the JAR PPL syllabus. There are 48 papers to work through, covering Air Law, Meteorology, Navigation, Aircraft General, Human Performance and Limitations and Radiotelephony. Any candidate who tackles each of these trial papers conscientiously, and then uses reference books to swot up about any questions he or she originally got wrong, should sail through the actual PPL examinations themselves. Just to make sure, Q & A for the PPL Course also contains many useful tips about how to prepare for the written exams, and how best to tackle them on that all important day. James Allan.