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11-21-2003, 12:25 PM
Took my written today. Stress city!!!! :-/<br><br>anyway anyone want to place bets on .... Pass? ...... Fail?........... Total Score?.............<br><br>Let's see ;D
11-21-2003, 01:42 PM
Now, wait just a cotton-pickin minute here, Ron...<br><br>Last FAA quiz I took, had to sit at a computer, and it was graded instantaneously... er, pretty quick, anyway. So I suspect you know how you did. <br><br>Which makes betting against you kind of like the Lottery: "A tax on people who are bad at mathematics."<br><br>Me, I've been reading your posts for a couple years, and I'll guess you scored about 90. (this, not knowing what is on a PPL(G) written). I know you passed. <br><br>cheers<br><br>-=K=-<br>
11-21-2003, 02:18 PM
I took the Private pilot SEL - fixed wing - test. I am getting my rating in fixed wing first and will go after rotorcraft sometime down the road............... maybe. You know there is that whole " you can fly ANY experimental with ANY powered rating" thing we have discussed before. <br><br>Yes I took the test on the computer and did get my score right afterwards. I am just curious what you guys think I did on it. I will spill the beans tomorrow some time. ;)
11-21-2003, 02:40 PM
Yeah, after I posted I saw your post in another thread with the old Piper (Pacer?) you're learning in. <br><br>We had a Tri-Pacer, old N8638D. Great short field machine. With flaps extended, sink rate of a stone (for a plane. After a gyro it must seem floaty!)<br><br>Since it's the PPL (A) I revise my guess up, to 95. (grin)<br><br>cheers<br><br>-=K=-<br><br><br><br>
11-21-2003, 09:20 PM
Ron: I have no doubt you passed... I bet you got at least a 95. I still remember my test as if it was yesterday. I did well on it and the check ride was more nerve wracking. I had a date set...and it ended up being a nice sunny day...but only 5 degrees. I am not one to deviate from my plan. If the Piper Tomahawk started....I was flying to Danville, Il for that check ride.<br><br>I never will forget my examiner's surprised look when I came in for the check ride. We went on with it..and the only thing that we didnt do was pull the throttle back for a simulated engine out. He just didnt want to do that with the cold temperatures. Anyway...that check ride was Dec. 19th, 1983....20 year anniversary coming....<br><br> Ron...good luck with your check ride....I am sure you will do fine.....just watch out for being asked to do anything out of the ordinary.
11-21-2003, 11:59 PM
Well thanks guys for the kind words! I'll go ahead and spill....<br><br>Score= 92<br><br>I missed 5 questions out of 60.<br><br>Yes I am nervous about the checkride. :)
11-23-2003, 04:46 AM
Great Job Rob,<br><br>I'm very proud of you. ;D How many more hour before your final check ride.<br><br>Did I see a pic of a tail dragger? You are training and check ridding in a taildragger?<br><br>More power to you ;D<br><br>john-
11-23-2003, 12:35 PM
Tri gear is for whimps.
11-23-2003, 12:56 PM
Isn't (or wasn't) your gyro a Tri-Gear? ;D
11-24-2003, 03:02 AM
Ron said:<br>I'll go ahead and spill....<br><br>Score= 92<br><br>I missed 5 questions out of 60.<br><br>Yes I am nervous about the checkride. *:)<br><br>Congratulations Ron.<br>Excellent work!<br><br>John Landry<br>GyroBee N392JL<br>Olympia, WA<br>
11-24-2003, 08:50 AM
thanks John L., I got tired off not having it and making excuses.<br><br>John S. my gyro is only a whimpy tri gear during taxi, it takes off and lands as a taildragger
11-24-2003, 09:48 AM
Nice answer. I learned to fly in a J-3 cub. I love tail draggers.<br><br>BTW- My next gyro will be a tail dragger.
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