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PPL Study Guides

berooks

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After a long layoff from lessons, I've decided to study and take my written before I start back up again.

I'm thinking about getting the Soprty's dvd's or signing up for the American Flyers online course. Anyone out there tried either of these? What'd you think if you did?

Thanks,
BR
 

ShawnC

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I like the Rod Machado guides. its a simple guide that uses real world examples and humor to illistrate the ideas that you need to know.
 
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Pilotadjuster

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Jeppesen

I used the Jeppesen CD ROM course for the private test. Was very complete and prepared me well for the written. I was less impressed with their Instrument course.

As an economy aside--take a look at the Gleim books and CD test preps--used those for CFI tests and wished I had saved money on Inst and Comm....

Machado's books are the best! Unfortunately did not read his PP book until almost done with my CFI, but purchased it anyway, as it is a GREAT review resource. I especially like his basic aerodynamics discussions (4 forces on a car was good...).

Good Luck with your training!
 
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