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Ground school in a box

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I am going to teach a private pilot ground school.  I would like feedback on the various vendors.  I taught one in the late 1990s from Jeppeson. 

Ronney

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  1. Lucas on Dec 14, 2012

    Take a peak at my approach. I am assuming it is a ground school done mainly to help students pass the written. Weather it is or not all the subjects are covered in an easy to understand way. Our software is actually used by several universities, like Farmingdale aeronautical university, to help them teach their ground schools. You can find free demos here at: http://passfaaexams.com/free-demo-downloads/
    If you like our stile or have any questions fell free to contact us at our toll free number 1-855-PASS-FAA (727-7322) or by email at lucas@pilottrainingsolutions.com

    Lucas

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  2. Lucas on Dec 14, 2012

    try our website to take a look at our free demos and see if this style works for you

    passfaaexams.com/free-demo-downloads/

    Lucas

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