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U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Aviation Administration Regulatory Support Division, AFS-600 Date Effective: June 12, 2017 Subject: Learning Statement Reference Guide for Airman Knowledge Testing Purpose: This reference guide contains the listings of Learning Statements and Learning Statement Codes for airman knowledge testing. It includes codes for pilots, remote pilots, instructors, flight engineers, dispatchers, navigators, pilot examiners, inspection authorization, parachute riggers, and aircraft mechanics. General: The expression 'learning statement,' as used in airman testing, refers to measurable statements of knowledge that a student should be able to demonstrate following a defined element of training. In order that the individual learning statements may be read as complete sentences, they should be assumed to be preceded by the words: "Upon the successful completion of training the student should be able to . . . . " In general, the learning statements are worded in such a way, the standard required to achieve them is self-evident. It should be noted that learning statements do not provide a ready-made ground training syllabus and should not be viewed as a substitute for thorough training course design. When an applicant for an airman certificate or rating takes the applicable airman knowledge test required for that certificate/rating, the applicant will receive an Airman Knowledge Test Report. The test report will list the learning statement codes for questions that are answered incorrectly. The student should match the code with the learning statement code contained in this document to review areas of deficiency. An applicant's instructor is required to provide instruction on each of the areas of deficiency listed on the Airman Knowledge Test Report and to complete an endorsement of this instruction. The Airman Knowledge Test Report must be presented to the examiner conducting the practical test. During the oral portion of the practical test, the examiner is required to evaluate the noted areas of deficiency. Electronic Access: The learning statement codes can be obtained from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) website at: http://www.faa.gov/training_testing/testing/media/LearningStatementReferenceGuide.pdf

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