College of Aviation Testing Center
1. Proper endorsement for the test to be taken.
2. Identification must be valid and current, and must include all of the items listed below. This information may be presented in more than one form.
b) date of birth
d) current physical, residential address
Examples of acceptable identification for U.S. Citizens & Resident Aliens: Valid and current driver license/permit issued by a U.S. state or territory, U.S. government identification card, U.S. military identification card, passport, or alien residency card.
Examples of acceptable identification for non-U.S. Citizens: Passport AND Valid and current driver license/permit issued by a U.S. state or territory or identification card issued by any government entity.
- For testing purposes you MUST provide your FULL LEGAL NAME, no nicknames. This includes your first, middle, and last name. If your name is hyphenated you must provide hyphenated name, example: Jones-Johnson.
- All FAA Knowledge exams passing score is a 70% or greater.
- Personal belongings, food or drink of any kind are not permitted in the testing center. Please do not bring backpacks, purses, laptops/iPads, cell phones, smart watches, fitbits and other personal belongings into the testing center.
- The College of Aviation Testing Center provides each applicant with 2 sheets of paper, 2 pencils, a calculator, an E6B and a plotter.
Retesting after failure
1.An applicant for a knowledge or practical test who fails that test may reapply for the test only after the applicant has received:
a) The necessary training from an authorized instructor who has determined that the applicant is proficient to pass the test; and
b) An endorsement from an authorized instructor who gave the applicant the additional training.
In other words, to take the test again, you must receive training from an instructor who will then endorse your logbook saying that this training was given. You can then sign-up to re-take the test. Be sure to bring your failed test with you, you’ll need that as well.
More information is available regarding the FAA testing requirements and guidelines at the following link FAA Airman Knowledge Testing Authorization Requirements Matrix.