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SBT Scenario based training

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I'm a CFI looking for resources for Scenario based questions.

Does anyone know of a database that lists multiple questions like this?

Sure would be helpful for preparing students to be ready for a check ride. Hard for me to come up with them off the top of my head.

Thanks!

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  1. Sam Dawson on Dec 09, 2013

    Go through the NTSB accident data base for the aircraft you are flying and the different stages. Try to incorporate these scenarios into training.

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  2. Chuck C on Dec 09, 2013

    Get the book Access to Flight
    Used on Amazon for $9.10
    That might work

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  3. Jarett L on Dec 09, 2013

    There’s a book called Train like you fly by Arlynn McMahon it’s a flight instructors guide to scenario based training hopes this helps

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