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Fast Track 2021 Test Guide: Powerplant

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Fast Track 2021 Test Guide: Powerplant

The "Fast Track" to study for and pass the FAA Aviation Maintenance Technician (AMT) Powerplant Knowledge Exam.

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Includes 5 FREE practice tests with ASA's online simulated testing program at no additional cost!

What is required to become a skilled and effective airframe and powerplant (A&P) aviation mechanic? Although some individuals possess more knowledge and skills than others, no one is a natural-born aviation mechanic. Competent aviation mechanics become so through study, training, and experience.

This knowledge test guide will answer most of your questions about taking an aviation mechanic general knowledge test by covering the following areas: knowledge test eligibility requirements; knowledge areas on the tests; descriptions of the tests; process for taking a knowledge test; use of test aids and materials; cheating or other unauthorized conduct; validity of Airman Test Reports; and retesting procedures.

Use Fast Track 2021 Powerplant Test Guide for the AMP Aviation Mechanic—Powerplant Knowledge Exam.

Rely on the most trusted source in aviation training with ASA's Fast-Track Test Guides to prepare for your FAA Knowledge Exams. Test questions are supported with answers, thorough and succinct explanations, and references for further study.

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Part Number ASAAMP21
ISBN 9781619549814

Specifications
ISBN978-1-61954-981-4
Edition2021
EffectiveOctober 2020
Date Published2020
Dimensions8.25" x 10.75"
Page Count208 pages
Weight1.10 lbs
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"Thanks for the tips, I took the general mechanics test today & got a 90%. I feel the practice test helped a lot. Thanks again"
—Wally P.

Reader Resources

New Codes Coming to Airman Test Reports

The FAA sample questions and Airman Knowledge Test Reports may contain two types of coding. This is determined based on the availability of a published Airman Certification Standards (ACS) for the particular test in which you are taking.

  1. The Learning Statement Code (LSC) associated with question topic areas. The Learning Statement codes currently appear on the Airman Knowledge Test Report for any missed knowledge test questions for which an Airman Certification Standards (ACS) is not yet published, and the Practical Test Standard (PTS) remains the guiding document. View the complete list of LSC here.
  2. The Airman Certification Standards (ACS) code for question topic areas. The ACS codes currently appear on the Airman Knowledge Test Report for any missed knowledge test questions for which an Airman Certification Standards (ACS) has been published. View the current ACS to decode the topic associated with the ACS code here.

  • For basic information on the ACS and ACS codes, please click here.
  • For a detailed presentation on the ACS, please click here.
  • To review FAQs on the ACS, please click here.

FAA Airman Knowldege Testing Authorization Requirements Matrix: September 28, 2020

Features

Test Guide 2021 Features

  • FAA test figures are included near the question and explanation for easy reference
  • Free updates (online or email update service) keep you current with changes made to the tests
  • Answers and references are noted at the bottom of each page to accelerate learning, self-testing and encourage retention
  • 5 FREE practice tests with ASA's online simulated testing program at no additional cost!
  • Bonus Oral & Practical Study Guide included
  • Test-taking tips and instructions for taking your official FAA Knowledge Exam
  • Based on the original Fast-Track series by Dale Crane

Pass your test and know what is essential to become a safe, competent AMT-from the most trusted source in aviation training.

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