Updated: Jul 16
Flying Magazine put out a great article last year that you should read before taking your next checkride. I will highlight some areas for you, but please read it. You will find it helpful.
· Logbook keeping
· Airmen Certification Standards
· Knowing your airplane is airworthy
· Written results. If you took your written exam within the past year, then you will have noticed, there is no embossed seal on it. This is due to the change over to the ACS. It is no longer the responsibility of the Examiner to make sure the Knowledge Test Report is valid, that is done by the FAA. We will still review the test, of course.
Like the article says though, if your written exam results have the embossed seal on it, you need to bring the original.
· Rote knowledge isn’t enough, you must show an understanding of the subject matter. Understanding how the systems of your aircraft work, is one area that is sometimes overlooked.
· Risk assessment
· Teaching for the test, or the real world?
· Tips for instrument checkride
· After the test.
PLEASE READ THIS ARTICLE, ESPECIALLY IF YOU ARE PREPARING FOR A GREAT CAREEER AS A PROFEESIONAL PILOT.
Click link below to view article.