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IACRA 8710 – What is required for a Checkride retest (falure) for completing the IACRA

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Ihave failed my checkride, Do I need to fully re-regrister in IACRA or is there something else that needs to be done?

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  1. Wes Beard on Apr 08, 2013

    For the first application there are two parts to the process:

    1. Sign up for IACRA, create a username and password and jot down your FTN number.
    2. Create an application for the practical test.

    When you have a retest or are going for an additional authorization you only need to do set two.

    If you have previously failed the practical test, make sure you indicate that on the IACRA user form.

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