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FOI Test Prep

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I was planning to start my CFI early last year but had to put it off a while.  I am now beginning to study for the FOI test however I have the ASA test prep from 2011. I am not sure if they have changed the questions or not; do you recommend I buy the 2012 edition?



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  1. Matthew Waugh on Jun 28, 2012

    The FAA’s Fundamental’s of Instruction is based on educational philosophies developed just after man stopped walking on all fours – so the information is the same.
    The FAA, which is closely modeled on the large lumbering animal that forced man to get up onto 2 legs doesn’t change fast – so they might have changed a few questions but not many.
    So based on that – I’d be comfortable taking the test using a one year old test prep. But, I’m not the one taking the test – so it depends how lucky you feel.

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