Being able to fly blind is a critical step toward moving up the rating ladder and reaching your career goals. Becoming an instrument-rated pilot, however, is no easy feat. The FAA examinations are serious business, and you need to study with determination.
The best way to do that is with IFR study guides and test preparation materials from Gleim and ASA, the leading publishers of such resources. Each is up to date with current-year information and exact practice questions taken from the FAA test bank.