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Prepare for Your Checkride This presentation has been donated to the SAFE Library for Prepare for Your Checkride This presentation has been donated to the SAFE Library for the personal use of SAFE Members. Questions, or Permission for any other intended use, should be directed to the author: Larry Bothe, [email protected] net

Prepare For Your Checkride We're here to provide you with information to make sure Prepare For Your Checkride We're here to provide you with information to make sure you have a good day with the Designated Pilot Examiner

A little info about me. . . Larry Bothe Seymour, Indiana LBothe@comcast. net 812 A little info about me. . . Larry Bothe Seymour, Indiana [email protected] net 812 -521 -7400 (cell) Master CFI DPE 8 years; Sport, Private and IFR Done approximately 75 Sport checkrides, 500 Private, 60 IFR

Today's Presentation A checkride overview The PTS booklet Required endorsements Scenario-based testing Oral portion Today's Presentation A checkride overview The PTS booklet Required endorsements Scenario-based testing Oral portion helpful hints Flight portion helpful hints Questions & answers Please hold until the end. Thank you.

Checkride Overview Pretest briefing Check documentation; eligibility (IACRA) Oral quizzing Lunch break - ? Checkride Overview Pretest briefing Check documentation; eligibility (IACRA) Oral quizzing Lunch break - ? ? ? Flight portion; preflight briefing first Post-flight debriefing Issue pilot certificate (or disapproval) Total time for all this? - Plan on 5 hours

The Examiner Wants You To Pass Make it easy for him/her to make that The Examiner Wants You To Pass Make it easy for him/her to make that decision. Don't put the examiner in a bad humor.

Perfection not required; however Must know most things in each subject area “I don't Perfection not required; however Must know most things in each subject area “I don't know” is OK, once in a while Can look things up in books/notes But not for every other question Use POH, especially for “systems” questions

Make It Easy On Yourself Eat breakfast; don't go brain-dead Be on time, or Make It Easy On Yourself Eat breakfast; don't go brain-dead Be on time, or call if running late Complete all your homework Have all required endorsements; full text Bring everything you need; see “Applicant's Practical Test Checklist” in PTS Total logbook pages, mark requirements Buy a POH for the plane you fly

Pilot's Operating Handbook Know how to use performance charts Read about systems You can Pilot's Operating Handbook Know how to use performance charts Read about systems You can look things up in POH if you get stuck on a question

IACRA Integrated Airman Certificate or Rating Application; just Google “IACRA” FAA's “paperless” system Write IACRA Integrated Airman Certificate or Rating Application; just Google “IACRA” FAA's “paperless” system Write on inside cover of logbook: FTN number User name Password

Required Endorsements Initial solo, FAR 61. 87 90 -day solo, FAR 61. 87(p)(v) Cross-country Required Endorsements Initial solo, FAR 61. 87 90 -day solo, FAR 61. 87(p)(v) Cross-country solo, FAR 61. 93(c)&(e) 61. 39 (3 hrs trng in preceding 2 cal mo. . . ) 61. 107 (all areas of operation. . . ) Private 61. 309/311/313 (meets all requirements of. . . ) On Student Pilot Certificate (back side)

The PTS Booklet Tells exactly what you will be tested on Common ground Get The PTS Booklet Tells exactly what you will be tested on Common ground Get one Read introduction $10 from Sporty's

Plans of Action An outline of the test We can't make it up as Plans of Action An outline of the test We can't make it up as we go along Pretty much the Section 1 Contents of PTS DPE's can give test in any order Must test everything in PTS, but can combine

Scenario Based Testing The Oral Exam Guide Can't be a “parrot” Must be able Scenario Based Testing The Oral Exam Guide Can't be a “parrot” Must be able to apply knowledge to situation Scenarios; “What will you do if. . . ”

Helpful Hints; Oral Quizzing Will cover just problem areas, starting with Certificates & Documents Helpful Hints; Oral Quizzing Will cover just problem areas, starting with Certificates & Documents “O” in AROW = Operating Limitations; not just “owner's manual” Instrument markings Placards POH Operating limitations from DAR if E-LSA ELT; Inspection and battery life

Adding Priveleges – Sport Pilot What do you have to do to: Different set; Adding Priveleges – Sport Pilot What do you have to do to: Different set; e. g. taildragger? Fly a different plane in the same set? Go from airplane to powered parachute? Never need a DPE again (until the FAA changes it, probably soon).

Weather Current vs. forecast Timing of forecasts Radar is not a forecasting tool Enroute Weather Current vs. forecast Timing of forecasts Radar is not a forecasting tool Enroute weather; call Flight Watch, 122. 0

Cross-Country Flight Planning Speed & fuel consumption From POH, Cruise Performance Chart “My instructor Cross-Country Flight Planning Speed & fuel consumption From POH, Cruise Performance Chart “My instructor told me” is not acceptable Airspace; where are classes E & G? Inside magenta shading G is 700' thick Outside magenta shading G is 1200' thick G is thin blanket near the ground; E above Practical difference between E & G (Sport) Mode-C veil around class B airspace

“Koch Chart” – Just Google It “Koch Chart” – Just Google It

FAA Flight Plan Form FAA Flight Plan Form

Aircraft Systems, and Malfunctions Tested together “Land” is not the answer Oil temperature and Aircraft Systems, and Malfunctions Tested together “Land” is not the answer Oil temperature and oil pressure Alternator (electrical) failure – Reset (or not) Battery goes dead; engine quit? Can't remember? – Look up in POH

Aeromedical Factors Middle ear & sinus; “ears hurt” Go back up, as high as Aeromedical Factors Middle ear & sinus; “ears hurt” Go back up, as high as you were Valsalva maneuver the best Valsalva coming back down Drugs & OTC medications – Ask an AME Internet lists (FAA, AOPA) won't do Drug interactions SCUBA – “Tomorrow”

Spin Awareness Aerodynamic factors that cause spins Flight situation where pilots get into spin Spin Awareness Aerodynamic factors that cause spins Flight situation where pilots get into spin Stall accompanied by uncoordinated flight Base-to-final turn in an overshoot Recovery (no, you can't look it up) Power to idle, ailerons neutral Full opposite rudder Control wheel (stick) briskly forward Gently recover from dive

Flight Portion; Basic “Rules” Use good judgment (nothing stupid, go-arnd) Take prompt corrective action; Flight Portion; Basic “Rules” Use good judgment (nothing stupid, go-arnd) Take prompt corrective action; fix it “Can I do it over? ” Notification if “unsatisfactory”; right now

Move On to Flight Hints Preflight inspection; USE CHECKLIST!! Passenger briefing; how to get Move On to Flight Hints Preflight inspection; USE CHECKLIST!! Passenger briefing; how to get out Taxiing in wind: On the ground you should - Dive away from a tailwind Climb into a headwind Set up nav radios on ground, freq & OBS Takeoff: Where is the wind from? Doing stalls: Full stall, don't “pump”

Simulated Engine Failure Best glide speed, and TRIM. Try full nose up. Landing site, Simulated Engine Failure Best glide speed, and TRIM. Try full nose up. Landing site, and TURN TO GO THERE Squawk 7700 & declare emergency on 121. 5 BEFORE RESTART ATTEMPT Use a checklist More than 1000' AGL at landing site; spiral No flaps to full flaps when field made Still high? Slip!!!

More Flight Hints Recovery from unusual attitude; adjust power Ground reference; don't do “S”-turns More Flight Hints Recovery from unusual attitude; adjust power Ground reference; don't do “S”-turns Turns-about-a-point; point control Lost & diversion Turn to approximate heading Climb first Then set up GPS Listen to AWOS when return to airport

Takeoffs & Landings Short field landing; go extra downwind Short field takeoff; use ALL Takeoffs & Landings Short field landing; go extra downwind Short field takeoff; use ALL the runway Soft field ldg; airspeed 5 kts above short field Soft field landing; carry power to touchdown Slip-to-landing Use full rudder; pin it to floor Steer with the control wheel (like a truck) Go-around: Throttle first, not flaps

What happens if you fail? It's not the end of the world Continue or What happens if you fail? It's not the end of the world Continue or not? What is required? FAR 61. 49 endorsement Additional training New 8710 -11 application in IACRA Retested only on what you failed anything that wasn't tested Additional cost, but not usually the full amount

Questions? Ask Away Have a question later? Send me an e-mail at LBothe@comcast. net, Questions? Ask Away Have a question later? Send me an e-mail at [email protected] net, cell phone 812 -521 -7400 Thank you for attending

Prepare for Your Checkride This presentation has been donated to the SAFE Library for Prepare for Your Checkride This presentation has been donated to the SAFE Library for the personal use of SAFE Members. Questions, or Permission for any other intended use, should be directed to the author: Larry Bothe, [email protected] net