E–pub [Private Pilot Checkride Preparation and Study Guide] å Virgil Royer
Virgil Royer ê 2 ReadFor a student to read in the #last ew weeks in conjunction with the Private Pilot Oral Exam Guide before the practical exam It #few weeks in conjunction with the Private Pilot Oral Exam Guide before the practical exam It just about all the must know stuff and throws in a ew pearls Highly recommend Muy buena gu a para tomar en cuenta previo a cada vuelo Absolutely spectacular work worth 10X no 50X the price I ve been a very slow student pilot and now well into year three and 120 hours of training inally prepping or my checkride I ve spent countless hours reviewing the FARAIM Practical Test standards watching youtubes of practice oral exams surfing Sextasy: Master the Timeless Techniques of Tantra, Tao, and the Kama Sutra to Take Lovemaking to New Heights for handy tips subscribed to some software based prep Despite all my preparations Virgil has put together somethingor a paltry 4 on Kindle that surpasses all MY STUDY AIDS HE FERRETS OUT A FEW GEMS study aids He errets out a Still Life with Chickens: Starting Over in a House by the Sea few gems thought were truly obscure wind card clearing turns to the left and layers on many mnemonics than I compiled on my own As ainal bonus it is totally up to date and discusses the re. Eds altitudes stallspin awareness 14 select FARAIM summaries the select rules you should be most amiliar with; 15 three ull color sectional chart uizzes with answer keys; 16 a chapter on “going the extra mile” and inally a detailed list of what should probably be in your light bag You will notice that this book is not hundreds of pages nor is it priced as high as other books on this topic The length is purposefully limited because you cannot effectively study and memorize hundreds of pages prior to your practical test In addition the size is such that you can easily take it with you wherever you go and study when time permits The price is set as low as possible despite STFU, Parents: The Jaw-Dropping, Self-Indulgent, and Occasionally Rage-Inducing World of Parent Overshare full color graphics because I have written and published this bookor my love of aviation and the thought of helping student pilots be safe and successful Please enjoy and always ly with an eye towards safe. Worth buying and the delivery is
pretty decent and very well compressed However the attempt at visual presentation and details associated or exampledecent and very well compressed However the attempt at visual presentation and details associated or example airspace classes and related regs and VFR minimums and such leaves room or improvement The idea is excellent and as a very visual learner and memory typeI was excited when I Are All Guys Assholes?: More Than 1,000 Guys in 10 Cities Reveal Why They're Not, Why They Sometimes Act Like They Are, and How Understanding Their ... Will Solve Your Guy Drama Once and For All first saw them but they need work With a little better thought on the presentation and visual layout they would be exceptional however the table layout in the Michael D HayesPrivate Pilot Oral Exam Guide The comprehensive guide to prepare youor the FAA checkride Oral Exam Guide SeriesIs mich #Easier To Understand And RememberBut #to "UNDERSTAND AND REMEMBERBUT STILL RECOMMEND BUYING "and rememberBut still recommend buying one as well as that one With a little helpfrom a true visual learner to improve on the presentation and the verbiage of this book it could truly be exceptional My advicebuy both Great book with good information advice and handy little pages of information Some of. Referred to by many as the “Cliffs Notes” or the private pilot checkride; this is the prep and study guide that will help you ace your practical exam Most material has been presented with easy to lashcard and memorize charts diagrams and mnemonics I keep the book updated throughout the year so that when you order your copy it’s always up to date latest revision was October 2018 The book begins with an outline of steps to take prior to the exam under the new June 2018 ACS including hours training and reuired logbook endorsements and then explains the rest of the exam procedure which concludes with the debriefing The study guide then goes into greater detail or each anticipated area of the checkride including 1 checklists to memorize and those not to memorize; 2 airspace and VFR minimums; 3 weather reports clouds winds aloft pressure systems thunderstorms types of og etc .
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