It is the perfect study aid for Canadian pilots in training. Student pilots in Canada need to pass the PSTAR test before they can do their first solo flight. PSTAR is comprised of 192 questions in 14 sections, and stands for Pre-Solo Test of Air Regulations. The test is described in form TP 11919 of Transport Canada.
The iPSTAR will train you for the test. It contains all 192 questions of the examination, and will test your knowledge on these by presenting them in a random order. Also, the order of the multiple choices are randomized.
If you can pass the iPSTAR test with 90% then you will know you are ready to take the actual test. The iPSTAR application is easy to use, and you can train yourself one section at a time. Progress is stored automatically, so you can have a short session conveniently on your phone, at any time, any place.
The author of iPSTAR is confident that this application will be of enormous benefit to you during your studies. He wishes you a great first solo flight. Also, foreign pilots intending to fly in Canada will not find a more useful aid than iPSTAR.
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