PSI FAA Airman Knowledge Testing
Commercial Pilot Military Competence
* Test reports will show PASS/FAIL
Acceptable Forms of Authorization - All Commercial Pilot Tests:
A certificate of graduation or a statement of accomplishment certifying the satisfactory completion of the ground school portion of a course for the certificate or rating sought. The certificate or statement may be issued by an FAA-certified pilot school or an agency such as a high school, college, adult education program, Civil Air Patrol or ROTC flight training school.
A written statement or logbook endorsement from an authorized ground or flight instructor certifying that the applicant completed an applicable ground training or home study course and is prepared for the knowledge test.
Acceptable Forms of Authorization - Military Competence Tests:
Requires NO instructor endorsements or other form of written authorization.
Acceptable Forms of Authorization - All Commercial Pilot & Military Competence Tests:
Failed test report; OR passing test report; OR expired test report (pass or failure), provided the applicant still has the ORIGINAL test report in his/her possession. (See RETESTING explanation.)
Retesting - All Commercial Pilot & Military Competence Tests:
Applicants retesting AFTER FAILURE are required to submit the applicable score report indicating failure, along with an endorsement from an authorized instructor who gave the applicant the additional training, and certifying the applicant is competent to pass the test. The original failed test report presented as authorization shall be retained by the proctor and attached to the applicable sign-in/out log. The latest test taken will reflect the official score.
Applicants retesting IN AN ATTEMPT TO ACHIEVE A HIGHER PASSING SCORE may retake the same test for a better grade after 30 days. The latest test taken will reflect the official score. Applicants are required to submit the ORIGINAL applicable score report indicating previous passing score to the testing center prior to testing. Testing center personnel must collect and destroy this report prior to issuing the new test report.