FAA Written Exams | College of Aeronautics & Engineering | Kent State University

FAA Written Exams

To register for an FAA written exam, please email Liz Porter at eporte11@kent.edu. Please note, during school sessions, exams are only administered on Fridays. Personal belongings are not permitted in the testing center. Please do not bring backpacks, purses, laptops/iPad and other personal belongings to the testing center. A small number of lockers are available upon request.

Visit the FAA Training and Testing webpage
Allowable Aids & Materials AC 60-11c

Payment

Payment of $150 due on exam date. Check, credit card, money order accepted. No cash.

No-Show Policy: Students, if you fail to attend a scheduled exam and do not provide notice within 24 hours, a $50 no-show fee will be issued to your TALON account.

Documents Required

  1. Endorsement, if necessary.
  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.
    • photo
    • date of birth
    • signature
    • 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.  If these do not include the applicant’s current physical/residential address, see below.

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. If these do not include the applicant’s current physical/residential address, see below.

Acceptable Forms of Applicant Address Verification

If the acceptable form(s) of identification do not include the applicant’s current 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 on the FAA Knowledge Testing Authorization Requirements Matrix. Examples of an unacceptable physical/residential address are a post office box, rural route, flight school address (unless the applicant resides at the school), or a commercial business/employer address.

  • 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
  • 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, also known as the Department of State/Department of Homeland Security “Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) eligibility printout”
  • Public utilities (i.e., water, electric, gas) statement. Statements from cable companies, cellular or home telephone companies are NOT an acceptable form of applicant address verification.
  • Mortgage statement. Other banking statements such as checking or savings account statements are NOT an acceptable form of applicant address verification.
  • Lease agreement (signed by the applicant)
  • Property deed
  • Property tax bill or receipt
  • Homeowner's or renter's insurance statement
  • Motor vehicle title/registration documentation
  • U.S. Military ‘Home of Record’ documentation
  • Voter registration card

Retesting for Higher Score

An applicant retesting, in an attempt to achieve a higher passing score, may retake the same test 30 days after the date of the last attempt. The applicant is required to submit the original applicable Airman Knowledge Test Report indicating the previous passing score to the proctor prior to testing. The score of the most recent test taken is the official score.