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Where is a good place to find material to review the missed sections on a knowledge exam for commercial pilot.   The section titles are very vague, and I hope I am covering the right material.  

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  1. Russ Roslewski on Mar 15, 2017

    I’m not entirely clear on your question, but I’ll try to help.

    The “Learning Statement Reference” codes listed on your test report are in this document:


    So, if you have, for example, PLT512 listed, you look at the reference and find that PLT512 = “Recall weather conditions – temperature / moisture / dewpoint”

    That’s as much detail as you get. So you try to remember if you had trouble with any questions on the test that might be covered by this area. It could have been about fog formation, lapse rate, cloud height, effect on density altitude, or several other things that could all be lumped under this category.

    Some of these codes are very vague. But if you’re looking for more detail, you won’t find it, you just have to try to remember what you missed, or better yet, re-study the entire area (of effects of temperature/moisture/dewpoint in this example).

    Your instructor will go over the areas that you missed with you, so it’s best beforehand if you can try to remember the questions you might have answered incorrectly.

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