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  1. Flash If I had the chance to do it all over again I would be looking at an aeronautical engineering degree or something directly related to flying. Good luck.
  2. These comments have been really useful and I will be following a lot of the suggestions. Thanks everyone who posted on this thread.
  3. Thanks very much for the leads, I'll check them out.
  4. Hello I would like to study on my own for the Inrat, Hamra, and Harmon while I'm away from Canada. I'm looking into the Culhane Manuals and posted in the Marketplace Forum. However a few questions came up. 1) Are the Culhane Manuals sufficient? 2) If so, are the editions earlier than 2010 suitable? 3) Are any other texts considered preferable to the Culhane manuals? I would appreciate hearing anyones opinions on the best materials to study for these exams. Thanks
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