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Old 02-23-2018, 09:42 AM   #1  
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Apologies if this was covered in an earlier thread. . .

In regards to prep for the ATP written, are prep materials provided during this portion of the training or should I seek out prep on my own, such as what Sheppard provides?
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Gotta do it on your own.
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Air Wisconsin will give you the ASA prep.

Just buy the Sheppard Air. It’s not that expensive and will save you a ton of time.

If the question was “do they prep in a classroom format for the written” then the answer is no.
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Air Wisconsin will give you the ASA prep.

Just buy the Sheppard Air. It’s not that expensive and will save you a ton of time.

If the question was “do they prep in a classroom format for the written” then the answer is no.
Thank you, what is the ASA prep?
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It’s an iPad version of the ASA test prep books. Garbage compared to Sheppard Air.

Also, just sent you a PM.
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Air Wisconsin will give you the ASA prep.

Just buy the Sheppard Air. It’s not that expensive and will save you a ton of time.

If the question was “do they prep in a classroom format for the written” then the answer is no.
What he said.

I was cheap and use the company provided ASA instead of Shep. I passed with 85%, but I probably studied a lot harder than my peer who uses shep and scored 90 or 95+....

Just buy it to make your life easier.
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What he said.

I was cheap and use the company provided ASA instead of Shep. I passed with 85%, but I probably studied a lot harder than my peer who uses shep and scored 90 or 95+....

Just buy it to make your life easier.
Will do it then, thanks!
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little known fact.... Shepp has a guarantee that you pass with 90% or better, money back. If you are feeling confident, you can go back and change a couple of your answers so that you get less than a 90%. email them with your test info they request, and shortly after they verify that you did indeed not pass with a 90% or better, your money will be returned.
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little known fact.... Shepp has a guarantee that you pass with 90% or better, money back. If you are feeling confident, you can go back and change a couple of your answers so that you get less than a 90%. email them with your test info they request, and shortly after they verify that you did indeed not pass with a 90% or better, your money will be returned.
Do you also eat most your food when out to dinner before telling the waiter you found a hair in it to get it for free?
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little known fact.... Shepp has a guarantee that you pass with 90% or better, money back. If you are feeling confident, you can go back and change a couple of your answers so that you get less than a 90%. email them with your test info they request, and shortly after they verify that you did indeed not pass with a 90% or better, your money will be returned.
Not that I'm a saint or anything, but that seems a bit unethical.
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