Easily Look Up FAA Knowledge Test Codes Free at www.FAATestCodeLookup.com

Tired of trying to look up FAA Knowledge Test Codes for your student or applicant in a pdf file or on a scrolling website?

So was I.

So, I created a website that does it for you with help from Andy Millin of Kalamazoo Software – http://kal-soft.com/). And it’s free.

Check out http://www.FAATestCodeLookup.com to enter and report the subject areas associated with the knowledge test codes on your, your student, or your applicant’s knowledge test report.

The site works for both pilot and maintenance FAA Knowledge Test reports.

Use it to look up the codes, or to the site’s full capacity by entering your and/or your instructor’s email along with the knowledge test ID code to create a record that could be used in the event of loss of the knowledge test report to still have a record of the code to input into IACRA.

In either case, the site makes it easier to create a record and report of the knowledge test codes and the associated topics for review and study prior to further testing.

So, here you go, feel free to use it, and make your lives all easier as you use this site to determine what knowledge test codes were “found to be deficient” on a FAA Knowledge Test Report at http://www.FAATestCodeLookup.com.

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About Jason Blair

Jason Blair is an active single- and multi-engine instructor and a FAA Designated Pilot Examiner with over 5,000 hours total time and over 3,000 hours instruction given, and he has flown over 100 different makes and models of general aviation aircraft. In his role as Examiner, over 1000 pilot certificates have been issued. He works and has worked for multiple aviation associations that promote training and general aviation. He also consults on aviation training and regulatory efforts for the general aviation industry.Jason Blair is an active single- and multi-engine instructor and a FAA Designated Pilot Examiner with over 5,000 hours total time and over 3,000 hours instruction given, and he has flown nearly 100 different makes and models of general aviation aircraft. In his role as Examiner, over 1000 pilot certificates have been issued. He works and has worked for multiple aviation associations that promote training and general aviation. He also consults on aviation training and regulatory efforts for the general aviation industry.


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