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What questions should i expect on the first stage check oral?

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  1. John Parsons on Nov 07, 2011

    Expect questions similar to those in the Private Pilot Oral Exam Guide, published by the FAA and sold by Amazon, among others.  I don’t have a copy handy, but I think the intro tells how the examiner should use it as a guide.

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  2. Micah on Nov 07, 2011

    A stage check is contextual–it depends upon the training program of your school. If you have a syllabus, it should give you some guidance unto what you should expect. The Oral Exam guide is an excellent self-study tool, but if you want to know what to expect, ask other instructors and students at your school.

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