King Schools releases online ATP written exam prep course

This week at SUN ‘n FUN, John and Martha King, co-chairman of King Schools, released an online version of their Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) written exam preparation course.

The new course takes customers through each topic with full-screen, bite-sized video segments, averaging 10 minutes in length. Each lesson is automatically followed by a quiz utilizing actual FAA questions to check knowledge retention. The course automatically tracks customer progress and includes a Question Review section where customers can choose to view questions by subject area, answered status, marked questions or in any combination. Unlimited, random practice tests are also available.

“With the ATP deadline approaching for air crews, we knew it was time to put this course online,” remarked Martha. “Now the same time-proven ATP course that has helped tens of thousands of pilots pass their ATP written, can be taken anywhere you are able to get your hands on an Internet-connected computer.”

“We are so confident in the effectiveness of our online ATP course that we guarantee customers will pass their FAA exam or they get their money back,” commented John.

“The ATP is the largest and most difficult of the FAA exams,” added Martha. “It requires extensive study and we have put in tremendous effort to simplify and clarify each topic, while keeping it fun,” concluded John.

All Airline flight crew members (even First Officers) must hold an ATP certificate by the Aug. 1, 2013, deadline. The King Schools’ online course allows working pilots to complete their study while on the road. All they need is an Internet connection and a web browser.

The King Schools ATP course sells for $299. For more information: KingSchools.com or  800-854-1001

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