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Advanced Ground Instructor

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Is it true that Flight/Ground Instructor Book (fr. Gleim), will prepare you for the AGI?

Im wondering, cause to me it sounds kind of weird, that the regular CFI-A book (Flight/Ground Instr.) qualifies you to take a test for an “advanced ground instructor”, specially since it includes more questions as far as i know.


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  1. Wes Beard on Nov 26, 2012

    The CFI test and the GI tests all pull from the same test question bank. The difference is the CFI-A test will only pull general knowledge and airplane specific questions for the test. It will not pull helicopter, glider or other aircraft category specific questions.

    The AGI will pull from the whole test bank. You will most likely get questions that are aircraft specific to helicopters, gliders, etc… as well as airplane specific.

    I studied using the Gleim books and didn’t have any issues passing either test.

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