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Old 08-24-2015, 10:00 AM   #2533  
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It's pretty hard to get blown out of training at this point, but it's a lot less painful for yourself and the training department if you just come prepared and knowledgable. You are responsible for all the knowledge and skills required to obtain all the ratings on your certificate, whether you are at AMF, a 121, or a part 91 gig. If you are only as good as the piece of plastic in your wallet says you are, and have a good attitude and study habits, you will have absolutely no problems. But if during online training I have to explain the fundamentals of how to fly a charted DME arc or how to not wind up 1000 feet high at the MAP, you might not make it, because you didn't know the basic knowledge that your ticket says you should.

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