FAA IFR Instrument Rating Prep

FAA IFR Instrument Rating Prep

By Dauntless Software

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2010-08-25
  • Current Version: 10.3.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 444.21 MB
  • Developer: Dauntless Software
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 211 Ratings

Description

Spend less time studying and more time flying! This is the FAA Instrument Rating (IFR) version of GroundSchool, our FAA knowledge (written) test preparation featuring up-to-date questions, free updates, and illustrated explanations written by a professional team of pilot examiners and instructors. GroundSchool is fully compatible with FAA ACS (Airman Certification Standards) and our editorial team is working to keep it so as ACS continues to evolve. Don't be fooled by imitators! Competing apps herein the AppStore use only the limited set of questions that the FAA publicly releases via its website - that is not enough to adequately prepare you for your test! Our GroundSchool app, on the other hand, features a much more comprehensive database (typically about 2-4 times the size of the demo FAA public one) of actual and current FAA questions that you likely can and will be asked on the actual test! This along with our detailed, professional explanations and easy to use interface are major reasons why pilots have come to trust GroundSchool. Study actual, up-to-date FAA questions and then ACE your FAA Instrument Rating (and/or Instrument Ground/Flight Instructor) knowledge (written) test the easy way with GroundSchool FAA Knowledge Test Preparation software by Dauntless Aviation, the trusted leader in FAA written test preparation. Features: * Actual FAA Questions Current and Valid for Right Now. As soon as you install the software, use the 'update' feature and the software will connect to our servers, grab the latest questions, images, figures, and explanation content, and you'll be good to go. * Detailed Explanations written by an experienced editorial team of examiner and instructor pilots. * All Charts and Figures Included * Several flexible study modes - fits the way you want to study! * Compatible with all FAA "ground school" classroom-based courses This IFR version of GroundSchool will prepare you for any or all of the following tests: * IRA - Instrument Rating Airplane * IFP - Instrument Rating Foreign Pilot * IGI - Ground Instructor Instrument * IRH - Instrument Rating Helicopter * FII - Flight Instructor Instrument Airplane * FIH - Flight Instructor Instrument Helicopter * AIF - Flight Instructor Instrument Airplane (added rating) * HIF - Flight Instructor Instrument Helicopter (added rating) * Canadian Instrument Rating to USA FAA Conversion With Dauntless Aviation's GroundSchool, you don't need to worry: * Our material is UP TO DATE. No matter what date is listed here in regarding the 'Release date', this date refers to the program itself only. Once you get the program on your device, use the built-in update feature and it will connect to our servers and download the latest and greatest version of the test prep content and our explanations that we have available. To learn more about this, please visit our website. * Furthermore, you are welcome to update the material as often as you like. This means that even if you don't take your test soon, when do you, GroundSchool will be ready for you. Compare this to books or DVDs (which are going out of date from the moment they are printed). * We pride ourselves on the quality of our explanations. This is not some idle boast - our explanations are more detailed and more illustrated than that of ANY other FAA knowledge test provider, period. * Tens of thousands of people have used our products to prepare for their FAA knowledge tests. Ours is a system that works. Good luck on your test!

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Reviews

  • Passed my airplane instrument written

    5
    By metal5734
    i purchased the Instrument Rating Airplane app from the app store a few weeks ago and started using it immediately i enjoyed the different methods of questioning and honestly used them all from flash cards through test simulator- the question stack is a really great tool also and i used that quite a bit as well as it served as a reminder for me about which questions i had missed on past occasions which was helpful After studying for about three weeks in my spare time, I took my written airplane instrument knowledge test in allentown pa yesterday and scored a 97 in about 45 minutes of the two questions i got wrong, one was a simple mistake on my part and i over thought the answer and the other was a question i have never seen before about avionics and ifr certifications so i can say with confidence that your question database of around 1100 questions is thorough and largely complete I will be back for the commercial airplane written test prep Paul
  • Ifr prep

    5
    By jim burford
    One of the best pilot exam preparation apps that I have seen. I have tried some of the apps from Sportys kings and Shepard and found that Dauntless software is the most straightforward package out there. I use the software on my iPad and on my iPhone. It allows me to constantly stay informed with the current FAA exam questions as I prepare for my Instrument exam day. The customer support is great I just sent them an email today and they responded the same day. Top-notch support.
  • Nothing special!

    1
    By Flyer113
    I bought the app thinking it would be more interactive or at least have videos explaining topics and questions. Unfortunately this app is nothing more then a bank of questions. There’s a study and flash card mode, but once again you are just being asked the questions over and over again. You can click to go to,in-depth paragraphs about the topic but honestly in today’s digital age an app should be able to do more than a textbook. I wish o could get a refund in this app because I won’t be using it.
  • Lots of learning methods

    5
    By NickRVA
    I’ve been a CFI for 25 years. Decided to finally upgrade to CFII. I looked and tried numerous other programs. I’m really impressed with Dauntless and their learning products, specifically the IFR test prep. Whether flash cards or formatted tests, the layout and ability to learn in a way comfortable to you is very useful.
  • Scored 90 on my Airplane Instrument today

    4
    By Go Bama13
    The app has some awesome features that will really help you concentrate on your weak areas. Pick "all questions with no charts" for quick learning of IFR information, but definitely study and read the explanations. You can mark questions that need extra attention. The "stack" feature helps sort problematic questions. Reason for 4 stars.... there were about 4 questions I hadn't seen, nor read anything about on the actual test. A lot of the questions weren't verbatim, but close. The changes to the FAA test bank showed, you have to do a little more than just memorize the questions in the app. This app has approximately a 1200 question database. Hard to not recommend making a 90 today.
  • Terrific test bank software

    5
    By FlyingCessna
    The explanations are top notch and the question distribution will easily show you on which topics you need to concentrate. They also update the material regularly.
  • Question PLT058 is currently wrong.

    4
    By usafwolfe
    Question PLT058 is currently wrong.
  • Great App!!!

    5
    By adSlon
    I fail my IR test first time, that's why I got my self this app it helped me to pass my IR test on second try 88%!!!!
  • Passed with a 90

    5
    By New update is bad mmkay
    Convenient app. I used with video programs but this drilled the questions I constantly missed. Recommended.
  • Generally good, links to wrong figures, outdated FAA plates

    2
    By ES_matt
    In general I like the format and explanations, but the links for questions with figures often link to the wrong figure, or only one of multiple necessary figures. Also, many of the approach plate figures are ancient FAA plates, and the format has changed significantly. So the app is generally good, but the content needs a major overhaul.

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