Start by reading a little, in this case, reading the first 10 topics would have saved you writing this topic: http://forums.jetcareers.com/cfi-corner/95319-best-way-self-study-cfi.html
Dammit you guys need the google rule on these forums. Sorry ahead of time, I am the blunt • on the forums, nice to meet you.
Ya I'm sorry. I guess I'm too lazy. But it looks like some one has too much time on their hands.
orly? Omg, ok bai!
That's funny right there...I don't care who you are, that's funny! or
Sweet. I'll have to bug someone. I never hear anything anymore.I am not sure. I'll let ya know when I hear. Oh and the twinstar has already had a few engine problems
Im studying for my checkride. I was just wondering how y'all studied the FOI portion of the checkride. I trying to figure out the best way to do this. Any suggestions?
For once Mike, I can say horrible advice!!! The FOI contains some of the most pertinent information for any instructor, learning it by rote is not only a disservice to themselves but to their future students. Rote learning is, as I am sure you know, the quickest way to learn something and the quickest way to forget it. My post on the other thread I linked above this goes over methods to learn it all the way through to correlation. I hope he and other instructors start putting in the extra time to do so.