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nizus: Online practice for pilot theoretical examinations
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OUR LEADING ADVANTAGES
The translator
The translator
All of the questions and explanations offered by nizus come in Canada's two official languages, to satisfy the needs of all our users across the country. Just as when you take an exam with Transport Canada, you'll be able to go from French to English and vice versa at any time.
Price
While providing the most complete and performant system on the market, nizus offers a much more affordable solution than all the books and materials necessary for studying exams.
Statistics
Our system gives you global and detailed feedback on your progress, to target your strong points and spot your weak points.
Time management
Time management
Always keep an eye on the clock! Lack of time is a recurring problem during exams. With our progress bar indicating the time and the number of questions answered, you will learn how to manage your time to avoid bad surprises on D Day!
Explanations
During the correction portion of your training, each answer is accompanied by a thorough explanation.
Centralization
Work where you want, when you want, and from any platform! All you need is an internet connection.
The subjects
Air law
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Right now, more than 10,000 aircrafts inhabit the sky. It is therefore essential for everyone to know and follow the law. We give you the keys to approach this subject with a mind at ease.
Meteorology
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A good pilot must know the weather by heart before starting a flight. We strive to provide you with a complete and intuitive database so that the sky holds no mysteries.
Navigation
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Navigation represents 95% of the pilot's work and must feel second nature; total comprehension of this subject is indispensable for a safe and pleasant flight.
G knowledge
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All the questions that a pilot will have to answer at some point in their career. A good foundation in this topic today will make you a better pilot tomorrow.
The stages
Stage (Free)
PSTAR
The PSTAR is the first stage for whoever wants to become a pilot, may it be for leisure or as a career. The training for this stage is ...
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Stage
RECREATIONAL PILOT PERMIT
If you do not aspire to make aviation your career, or would like to have a general idea of what the profession of pilot is before jumping in ...
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Stage
CPL
This is without a doubt the most important part of a pilot's training: here we get into the thick of the meat. The questions are similar to those of the PPL, but ...
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Stage
INSTRUCTOR
The rating for a class 4 flight instructor is the beginning of many professional pilot's careers. For some, it is a way to increase their hours of flight, ...
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IATRA
With a little more than 200 hours flight time and a CPL in your pocket it might be hard to find a pilot job. The IATRA is a rating which will allow you to operate ...
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Stage
FAAAA
You have the FAA ATPL and would like to open your hiring horizons with a Canadian ATPL? We have everything you need ...
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RADIO OPERATOR
The Restricted Operator Certificate (Aeronautical Qualification) is required by operators of radiotelephone equipment on board ...
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PPL
Whether it is to become a professional pilot or to own your own leisure craft, every future pilot will have to take this stage. The Transport Canada exam is divided in four subjects ...
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Stage
IFR
The IFR is not a license but a rating. It still requires you to write an exam. It will allow you to fly under IFR flight plan in IMC ...
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FITEN
You are already a class 2 aerobatic flight instructor, or you have accumulated enough experience, and you wish to take it to the next level and get...
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ATPL
The ATPL is the last stage for those who wish to have a career as an airline pilot. This stage does not require flight tests it is your experience that will ...
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Our exams are
designed in order
to better answer
the demands of
Transport Canada.