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Has anyone gone to any of the seminars with “Aviation Ground Schools” out of Reno?

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I am thinking about taking a seminar with these guys, and I do not want to get ripped off.  Wondering if anyone knew something about them.

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  1. Earl Kessler on Nov 12, 2011

    I took Don Berman’s Instrument Ground School a few years ago before taking my CFII exam and passed easily.  He writes a good seminar and guarantees you pass or you can retake the course. I don’t think you will feel ripped off, he’s a pro.

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  2. JamesCFI on Nov 12, 2011

    Aviation schools in Reno eh, go fast and turn left?

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  3. Lyle Martin on Jan 03, 2013

    Make sure you take the courses offered by Don Berman. There are other companies with similar names. His website is: http://aviationtestprep.com/
    I’ve taken all his courses. Private, Instruments, and Commercial and passed the tests the first time. You won’t find a better instructor, He makes dry information interesting. He adds humor to spice things up and his tips for passing the test are extremely valuable.

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