Best Approach Plate Review - Study Methods

Boondock Saint

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Hope to line up some interviews in a few months and want to make sure that approach plate questions are not a week area for me. Anyone have a good rec. for reviewing plates other than reading the reference at the beginning of the plates? Maybe there is a good DVD or something? Saw these but was hoping there may be a more affordable option.http://www.sportys.com/acb/showdetl.cfm?DID=19&Product_ID=6775&CATID=175

Im looking for something that gets into detail...not the easy stuff but the more indepth stuff. Any thoughts would be appreciated.
 
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Boondock Saint

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found this thread for anyone interested (in regards to my initial post)

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cheater1239

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FWIW, some pilots doing the interviews don't like to hear the term "plate"...

Keyword(s) : plate ( equals )
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(Products : Jeppesen found 0 matches)
Total Number of matches : Jeppesen found 0 matches
 

Boondock Saint

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cheater1239 said:
FWIW, some pilots doing the interviews don't like to hear the term "plate"...

Keyword(s) : plate ( equals )
Searched In :
(Products : Jeppesen found 0 matches)
Total Number of matches : Jeppesen found 0 matches
Sorry...old habit lol.
 

OviedoBob

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Go to www.thecfi.com.

Its free

Under subject areas, click instrument approaches, there you will find reprints of the Jepp Chart clinic series in pdf format for free.
Good review of the Jepp charts/approaches
 
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