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Old 08-12-2018, 10:17 AM   #1  
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New hire at 9E. Any help on preparing for the basic indoc test would be appreciated.
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They'll teach you everything you need to know.
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Old 08-12-2018, 10:21 AM   #3  
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There are some quizlet flash cards but be careful, some info may be dated
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New hire at 9E. Any help on preparing for the basic indoc test would be appreciated.
Diligently go thru the workbook and make sure you understand the answers to the questions in each section. Then, they'll send you a study guide a few days before the test (at least they did for our class). Use it!
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Diligently go thru the workbook and make sure you understand the answers to the questions in each section. Then, they'll send you a study guide a few days before the test (at least they did for our class). Use it!
This and make sure you read the sections of the FOM they tell you to! That’s really all there is to know. Like others said they teach you everything. Put in a few hours a day above and beyond the LMS or classroom instruction and you’ll be fine. After you’re back in msp make sure to study with your peers. That’s #1. We have a very low washout rate here so the company seems to be doing it right.
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There are some quizlet flash cards but be careful, some info may be dated
Be *very* careful if you use other people's Quizlet. Quizlet cards can be wrong, too. We had a few folks who relied on Quizlet for gen subs and failed.

As others on here say, if you use the workbook and read the FOM, then you should have no problem.
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Itís not hard. Itís really not. Just study what they give you.

Donít study ahead or study airline related material before showing up. Law of primacy applies. Theyíll teach you everythingís thatís on the test.

Donít forget and not to worry you, you still have a gen subs and systems test too
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