You're absolutely correct. The examiner will ask you if you want instrument privileges with your multi. You only have to demonstrate two approaches; one with all engines operating and another with an engine inop. Most examiners will give a non-precision approach with all engines and a single-engine ILS for the other approach.gnx99 said:. . . Some people say you only need to do one IFR ride, but I've done an instrument ride in the single, then later did instrument stuff on my initial multi-commercial ride. (Single-Engine approaches, etc.)
If you don't do IFR stuff on a multi ride, and you have an instrument in the single, don't they put "multi-engine limited to VFR only"?
Am I wrong?