Announcing Prepware 2010, the FAA Knowledge
Exam software that allows users to take true-to-form practice exams and
get immediate feedback on the test areas that need more work.
Tailor-made practice sessions improve your performance in the areas you
need to concentrate on the most to pass the test with flying colors!
Questions are supported by study guides
and comprehensive explanations for correct and incorrect answers.
Instructors can create pop quizzes of any length, on any subject matter,
to supplement the study sessions. Each Prepware title includes all
aircraft categories (airplane, rotorcraft, glider, lighter-than-air,
powered parachute, weight-shift control). You tell the software which
test you’re preparing for, and it generates your study sessions and
practice tests accordingly. Prepware 2010 includes the new FAA Knowledge
Exams effective June 29, 2009.
See all the features of the software
on our "Detail" page by clicking the link above!
FAA Knowledge Exams: Private and
Recreational Pilot (airplane, rotorcraft, glider, lighter-than-air,
powered parachute, and weight-shift control) tests included.
Electronic updates you can download from
the ASA website keep your database current as the FAA makes changes to
the tests! Our free e-mail Subscription Service provides
automatic notification when Updates are available!
200 MB available hard drive space, 1024 x
768 SVGA compatible display, CD-ROM drive, mouse or other compatible
Adobe Reader. Product registration is required. Internet access is
required for registration as well as software question and program
IBM compatible PC
with Pentium-class processor, Windows 2000, XP with Service Pack 3 or
Vista. Minimum 128 MB RAM (Windows 2000/XP), 512 MB RAM (Vista).
Microsoft .Net Framework v2.0 or later.
with PowerPC G3, G4, G5, or Intel-Mac processor, OS X Tiger (10.4 or
higher), minimum 128 MB RAM.
What people are saying:
"Today I achieved a dream of many
years: I became a Private Pilot. There are a number of people I need to
thank for their support, and that certainly includes Aviation Supplies
and Academics, Inc. Your Private Pilot Prepware was excellent and was
one of the key resources I used in preparing for my written and oral
exams. I scored a 95 on my written, and my oral exam also went extremely
well. I just wanted to thank you for a great product and great
after-purchase support. Thanks, again, for helping me achieve a life
goal." —Curtis M. Wall, McDonough, Georgia
"I used the Private Pilot Prepware ’08
to review for my written exam. As a college professor, I wouldn’t allow
myself to memorize any of the questions. I worked through all the
questions several times to become familiar with the testing format and
studied the material that I missed or didn’t understand. Everything was
by self-study and was reinforced by reading several instructional texts.
I took the test yesterday and scored 100%. I currently only have 7 hours
of lessons in my log book, but I wanted to get the written out of the
way. This software allowed me to work through the material efficiently
and effectively and was quite easy to use. Highly recommended!" —Timothy
Steele, Ph.D., Des Moines, Iowa
Prepware 2010 features include:
- Compatible with both PC and
- CX-2 electronic flight computer is
built into the program, accessed by a click of a button during study
sessions or simulated tests.
- Make and save user notes while
studying in a Notes field, for annotations and comments as you work.
- “Google”-like search
capabilities…search for a word or phrase in the entire database of
questions, answers, and explanations.
- Includes a comprehensive and
- Shuffle the answer stems for a true
test of your knowledge.
- Build a follow-up quiz from your
airman test report. The FAA doesn’t tell you which questions were
wrong on your test—they only give you the subject matter knowledge
codes. You can plug the codes into the program to create a custom
post-test follow-up, which is required prior to taking your
- Simulates the CATS testing center in
screen layout, buttons, program navigation; replicates what you'll
see when you take your official FAA exam.
- You can choose to print results, or
e-mail them to your ground or flight instructor to obtain
endorsement to take the FAA test.
- Built-in study guides are there at a
click of a button for study sessions, with the same comprehensive
text and figures found in ASA’s popular Test Preps and Fast-Track
- Performance history reflects
individual tests, not just cumulative performance. View a
performance graph depicting total score and a score for each
subject, as well as review the test (shows your selected answer, the
correct answer and explanation).
- All figures are available onscreen.
- Export quizzes in Respondus text
format for Blackboard compatibility.
- Download and automatically update
the database each time the FAA releases new or changed questions;
also, the free email subscription service keeps you informed anytime
a change is made.
- Prepware School provides the ability
to track performance history for multiple students and issue custom
quizzes to the whole class.
Realistic test simulation, study and
review models, detailed performance graphs, comprehensive study guides
and built-in timers give you the confidence you need to ace your FAA
exam. Whether you choose to simulate an actual FAA test, or study
specific subjects and questions, Prepware has the tools you need.
Also included is the instructor utility,
QuizMaker, to generate pop quizzes or exams using actual FAA questions.
Quizzes can be of any length and on any specific or combination of
subjects or subject matter knowledge codes. You can print exams, student
answer sheets, and instructor master correction keys for quick grading,
or save the tests so your students can take these electronically.
ASA’s Prepware combines all the
information applicants will find in the Test Prep Series. Prepware gives
you everything you need to be confident and prepared for your FAA