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IFR ACS Study - Going Nuts

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There has to be a better way...

I have passed the written (92) and on to the Practical. I am trying to map the ACS standards to source materials so I can have good answers for each one in the Oral.

Question: Has someone mapped ACS standards to various FAA publications, or simply mapped each requirement to the "answers"?

Example: IR.I.AK1 requires applicant to demonstrate "recordkeeping requirements". But it doesn't tell you where to go, except it could be in Part61, Publication FAA-H-8083-2 or FAA-H-8083-15. Of course, they don't make it simple by giving the NAME of these publications. Searching these takes forever to find the answers.

There MUST be a better way! Is there a product out there that just tells me the answers or tells me where to go to get the answers?

 
Date: Jul 17, 2017   


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