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King Schools online program

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I was considering taking the online courses for the PPL with Kings School... They have so many different pacakages and things but I was thinking to only do the online course to get me through the theory section.  I would be interested to feedback on their program, how it was, and what exactly you took of all the classes they made available.

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  1. Yeti on Jan 20, 2013

    I’m not a CFI, or associated with any flying organizations / sales groups. I completed my Private Certificate last year. I did self study with the King Schools kit, personally I did the “Get it all kit” might have been overkill for year one, but I have no regrets. In the end you are spending a LOT of money to learn to fly, so spending some money being able to flexibly do my ground school was well worth the money.

    I took quite a few practice tests, and reviewed them with my CFI, so by the time I was ready for my test endorsement he was comfortable signing off (along with the sign off from King schools).

    I feel like I was able to move though ground school much quicker using King schools vs. meeting with my CFI.

    Lastly, I highly recommend actually flying while going through the courses, at least for me it really helped to connect the book knowledge with the in the seat knowledge.

    Hope that helps! Safe flying!

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