FAQ


What types of questions are included?

The database currently includes the questions for the airplane version of the private pilot, the instrument rating, the commercial pilot, and the flight instructor knowledge test. It includes all current known questions. However, please note that the FAA no longer publishes the complete list of test questions.

Are the questions current?

Yes. However, please note that the FAA no longer publishes the complete list of tests questions.

Why do I have to register?

Our system saves each user's test attempt including the questions, responses, and scores and makes them available to review. To do that, it requires a user account Creating an account is free and easy.

How much does it cost to register?

Registration is free.

How do I register?

To register, please click here and complete the form. A confirmation email will be sent to the email address entered. Please click on the link in the email to activate your account. Once your account is activated, enter your username and password to login.

Where do I find the test figures?

This website is designed to help Ground School in a Box™ students to prep for the FAA test. The Computer Testing Supplement which includes all the figures for the test is included the Ground School in a Box™ Student's Workbook and Quizbook bundle. Students not enrolled in a Ground School in a Box™ course  need to obtain the Computer Testing Supplement to view the figures mentioned in some questions. Upon registration, links to download the appropriate Computer Testing Supplement are included in each testing area.

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