It may not be able to simulate the aero, but you still run the drills AFAIK.
I believe you're thinking of approach to stall and not stall.
My understanding is that no simulator can accurately simulate the aerodynamics of a stall in progress. And no one in their right mind is going to purposely stall a modern airliner just for a check ride (or likely for any other reason except flight testing by the manufacturer).
Thank you; that has been my understanding all along.
1) Practice is in a simulator, not in an actual aircraft in flight.
2) Practice is concerned with approach to stall, and avoiding the stall condition
This all comes about from one or several posters insisting that the 737 ( &/or 737 MAX) has benign stall characteristics that any basic pilot should be able to handle.
My argument is that I do not know, and more importantly, everything I have read tells me that the average airline pilot has never experienced a stall except in a Cessna.
In 2013 the FAA made a case for introducing full stall training in sims, and gave sim manufacturers five years to come up with solutions.
Elsewhere I read that stall training in live transport category aircraft has not been undertaken for some years (decades?), as the risks exceed the possible benefits.
Maybe here today in 2019, full stalls are now practised again (only in sims), but that has not been the case until recently.
Nothing to see here; move along please.