1. Pease suggest what study materials do I need to start with in preparation for CFI/CFII ratings?
2. Since the FAA no longer releases test questions to the public, how to get prepared for the written exams. As you know, many FAA questions need more practice on the tests than mere knowledge only (i.e. you do have the knowledge and can perfectly answer an oral question but the way the written questions asked trick you sometimes and make you choose the wrong answers, let alone that some FAA questions have no correct answers or worse what the FAA considers as a correct answer is actually a wrong answer).
3. Are King, ASA,and Gleim, are still helpful in getting prepared for the FIA and the FOI tests. If yes, how that could be possible if they no longer have access to the FAA quations bank.
Thanks in advance for those who take the time to answer.
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