Disclaimer: Everyone studies differently, so do what works for you, but here is how I ended up with a 97%.... As I went through the lessons and videos I had a separate file open and typed up notes, paused the videos, took screen shots, etc. During the questions portion, I took a screen shot of every one and created my own study guide, printing out the notes and questions for each section. When it came time to study for the exam, I completed all 3 practice exams and did an additional 4-5 randomly generated exams. I did not sign up to take the test until I was consistently getting in the 90's. Review the topics on the questions you get wrong, and do it again. Also, a cx-3 is an excellent investment and is allowed during the exam. It will save you some headaches using the whizwheel. I began the course on 3/5 and took the exam 5/16, devoting 3-4 nights a week for few hours each night. I also purchased an actual FAA Knowledge Prep course book and downloaded an app that was like going through questions in a flash-card style. Those were nice supplements to the King course, which was exactly what the exam was like. Thanks King Schools!
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