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Flight Instructor, Basic Ground

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I have completed the Private Pilot knowledge exam within the past 2 years. Will I need to retake a specific exam for BGI? Also, I have my college transcript indicating that I completed a Teacher Certification course, will I need to take the FOI exam? Thanks.

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  1. Kris Kortokrax on Jun 19, 2013

    You only need to take the Basic Ground Instructor knowledge test if you want to become a Ground Instructor with a Basic rating.

    For the FOI, see 61.213(b). You must hold a teacher certificate for 7th grade or higher or be employed as a teacher at an accredited university in order to be exempt from that knowledge test.

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  2. Cory Johnson on Jun 20, 2013

    If you’re planning on taking a Ground Instructor exam, go for the Advanced vs. Basic.
    The test is virtually identical, but you will be able to provide ground for any certificate or rating under
    § 61.215 Ground instructor privileges.

    You also don’t need a basic before taking the advanced.

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