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A-3 • 14 CFR part 61, section 61.49 lists the acceptable forms of retest authorization for all Commercial Pilot tests: An applicant retesting after failure is required to submit the applicable test report indicating failure, along with an endorsement from an authorized instructor who gave the applicant the required additional training. The endorsement must certify that the applicant is competent to pass the test. The test proctor must retain the original failed test report presented as authorization and attach it to the applicable sign-in/out log. Note: If the applicant no longer possesses the original test report, he or she may request a duplicate replacement issued by the Airman Certification Branch (AFS-760 ). • Acceptable forms of authorization for Commercial Pilot Airplane Canadian Conversion (CCP) only: Confirmation of Verification Letter issued by AFS-760 (Knowledge Testing Authorization Requirements Matrix). Requires no instructor endorsement or other form of written authorization. Knowledge Test Centers The FAA authorizes hundreds of knowledge testing center locations that offer a full range of airman knowledge tests. For information on authorized testing centers and to register for the knowledge test, contact one of the providers listed at www.faa.gov. Knowledge Test Registration When you contact a knowledge testing center to register for a test, please be prepared to select a test date, choose a testing center, and make financial arrangements for test payment when you call. You may register for test(s) several weeks in advance, and you may cancel in accordance with the testing center's cancellation policy.

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