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Remote Pilot Test Prep - UAS: Study & Prepare: Pass your test and know what is essential to safely operate an unmanned aircraft from the most trusted source in aviation training (Test Prep series) Paperback – August 30, 2016
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About the Author
ASA Test Prep Board includes editors Jackie Spanitz, Charles L. Robertson, Cliff Seretan, and Paul Hamilton. Jackie Spanitz is the director of curriculum development at Aviation Supplies & Academics, Inc., and the author of several books, including Guide to the Flight Review. Charles L. Robertson is an associate professor of aerospace at the University of North Dakota. Cliff Seretan holds a Commercial Certificate with an Instrument Rating for Single- and Multi-Engine Land Airplanes and CFI for Airplane Land and Instrument. Paul Hamilton is a sport pilot and light-sport aircraft expert, a flight instructor, and the owner of Adventure Productions Co. For the ASA Test Prep Series, all editors listed are consulted for new material for the Series. In the case of the "Visualized Flight Maneuvers Handbooks," Jackie Spanitz is the only editor who contributes to these.
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Top customer reviews
This is not a very visual book and was printed black and white straightly to be cost effective, which I think was the downfall of it. There is one section that covers airport signs and airport markings. I end up looking for the exact images online and "color" it in my study guide. Not a good move for sure.
Another big chunk of information that I needed help was reading the Sectional Chart, which was essential to the test. The Legend for the chart is printed in the book and you can always refer to it, but it gives out very little info if you have no clue what they mean. I did find a website that pretty much covered all the markings in the Sectional Chart with layman's term and understanding.
Overall, I would definitely recommend this book to individuals that are disciplined and self-motivated. It requires you to set aside time to concentrate, read and digest all that information. To be honest - my back up plan was if I fail the test on my first try, I was going to enroll myself in one of the online courses. Looks like I will be all set until 2019! Good luck!!!