I do not have an oral exam guide in front of me, yet I believe it is published by ASA (and other publishers). It is not an FAA reference. Even if a question cannot be answered, it is just as important to know where to find the answer.Kream926 said:i knew a guy that that's all he studies and when the examiner asked him where he could find that info he didnt know. he said the oral guid and then issued the guy some kind of pink slip
I did. I got it because I wanted something additional to use for quizzing. It was useful to have the questions all in one place, with complete answers, and with references. It presented some things differently than I'd seen before, and I also ended up learning some new things from it. The book only costs a few bucks, anyway. It was useful enough that I also bought the instrument oral exam guide, but I haven't cracked that one yet.MiragePilot said:I was just wondering how many people knew this book cover to cover for the checkride? I thought I knew a pretty good bit, but I guess not.