METARs On The Knowledge Test

METARs On The Knowledge Test – Free Interactive Tool From Gold Seal

Are you working to pass your FAA Part 107 and are battling for a better understanding of METARs? Try out this free, interactive tool using the exact METARs from the FAA exam.

The Private Pilot written test contains a number of questions requiring you to read coded METARs. A METAR is a Terminal Aviation Routine Weather Report. It reports existing conditions at a weather station, usually an airport. These reports are not difficult to read, but many pilots continue to struggle with them. There are uncoded (i.e. plain English) versions available, but with practice, it is easier and faster to read the standard coded reports. On the written test, the problem is much easier since the METARs are published in the Knowledge Testing Supplement (Figure 12). It is a simple procedure to learn the five specific METARs in advance and ace them on the test.

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The animated presentation below allows you to click anywhere. Everything is clickable! Use it to explore the five METARs and learn how easy they are to read.

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Cliff is the owner and founder of UAV, and More than 35 years of senior management experience in wholesale, retail, on-line and manufacturing with a proven record of leadership and success. Cliff consults heavily in the UAV industry and holds FAA private sailplane and single engine license as well as Remote pilot certificates. Previously, Cliff was the digital evangelist at Wolf Camera. A 24-year veteran of Wolf, serving in a number of sales, management and senior management positions as the company grew from 5 to over 700 stores. Cliff served as WolfCamera.coms President, as well as Sr. VP of Internet commerce and new technology development.

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