But I have a few more questions that I just wanted in one place.
I’ve purchased Sportys PPL study buddy app. I’ve been taking a ton of 30 random question study sessions and I’m picking up a lot. Is this how most of you guys studied for the PAR? I did a practice test recently and got around 80%.
What can you bring to the test? Should I buy flight computer app? A plotter?
Are the questions presented in the study buddy the same bank as the PAR itself?
Yes. Learning the questions and the answers by rote is the preferred and recommended method for the writtens but you’ll need to get your scores into the 90s before Sporty’s (or anyone else) will give you a signoff.
An E6-B app will not work because you can’t bring a phone into the test. An electronic E6-B is very helpful as is a plotter. They will provide paper and pencils.
The questions for the most part are the same but might not be 100% verbatim.
There will be MANY references to charts, graphs, figures which will be in the supplied supplement. There are many answers can be pulled directly from them. While rote works best, if you can navigate the supplied material there’s alot less to memorize.