Group 3 Aviation is an FAA designated testing center for administering FAA Knowledge Tests for all levels of FAA Pilot and A&P Certificates, including the Remote Pilot Certificate with a Small UAS Rating, also known as the Part 107 test.
Our test center utilizes the CATS testing platform. All FAA exams are available on the most user-friendly system available, developed by pilots, for pilots, making your test taking experience as easy as possible. It’s easy, no computer skills required, and we print out the test results in seconds!
FAA KNOWLEDGE TESTING CENTER
All tests are by appointment only. Please call in for availability. Group 3 Aviation FAA Knowledge Test Center can work with your schedule! If you need to take a test later in the evening, please call and we will do our very best to accommodate you!
FAA TESTING CENTER SCHEDULE
All FAA exams are $175.00 with credit card, $165.00 cash. $165 for AOPA/EAA members with credit card or cash.
VALID IDENTIFICATION REQUIRED
FAA Knowledge Test Eligibility: The FAA has quite an extensive list of requirements to take tests, minimum age requirements, and minimum passing scores. If you forget to bring any of the items required – you will not be able to sit your FAA Knowledge Test. Please save time and make sure you have proper identification and eligibility with you.
For specific eligibility please go to www.faa.gov for Airmen Testing resources.
The positive proof of VALID identification may be presented in more than one form.
VALID PHOTO ID FOR U.S. CITIZENS:
VALID PHOTO ID RESIDENT ALIENS:
VALID PHOTO ID FOR NON-U.S. CITIZENS:
Note: If the acceptable form(s) of identification as listed above does not include valid and current proof of the applicant’s physical/residential address, the applicant may utilize his or her parent’s permanent, physical/residential address; or the applicant may provide proof by presenting one of the Acceptable Forms of Applicant Address Verification listed here.
All forms of identification should have a permanent mailing address. Not a P.O. Box. Examples of an unacceptable physical/residential address are a post office box, rural route, flight school address, or a commercial business/employer address.
The following forms must be signed by an FAA Aviation Safety Inspector or other authorized personnel:
FAA Form AC 8060-1, FAA Airman Certificate
FAA Form 8060-4, Temporary Airman Certificate
FAA Form 8420-2, Medical Certificate – Class and Student Pilot Certificate
FAA Form 8500-9, Medical Certificate 1st, 2nd or 3rd Class
FAA Form 8610-1, Mechanic’s Application for Inspection Authorization
FAA Form 8610-2, Airman Certificate and/or Rating Application
FAA Form 8710-1, Airman Certificate and/or Rating Application
FAA Form 8710-2, Student Pilot Certificate
DD Form 93, Record of Emergency Data
DD Form 2058, State of Legal Residence Certificate
Form DS-2019, Certificate of Eligibility for Exchange Visitor (J-1) Status o (aka, Department of State / Department of Homeland Security “Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) eligibility printout”)
Public utilities (i.e., water, electric, gas) statement o Statements from cable companies are NOT an acceptable form of address verification.
Lease agreement (signed)
Property tax bill or receipt
Homeowners or renters insurance statement
Motor vehicle title/registration documentation
U.S. Military ‘Home of Record’ documentation
Voter registration card
For an applicant under age 18, who does not possess an acceptable form(s) of identification, a parent or legal guardian may be required to accompany the applicant, and after presenting identification as described in this table, may attest to the applicant’s identity.
Some Acceptable Test Aids and Reference Materials used during Test
Non-Programmable calculators and Non-scientific calculators
Electronic E6-B or manual kind
Scales, straight edges, plotters, blank navigation log sheets, holding pattern entry aids
Group 3 Aviation Van Nuys, CA FAA Test Center will provide scratch paper, pencils and the appropriate supplement for your exam. The Proctor makes the final determination regarding calculators, aids, reference materials and test materials an applicant may take into the testing area.
The following are the most common FAA Tests we administer