Yes, I studied my butt off, but this course gave me the 99% of the information, and the framework to do it. I really did enjoy this course. Here's how I approached studying. I went through the videos, AND took notes. I occasionally supplemented with more internet research (mostly just because I was interested). I then studied my notes and went back and re-watched a few video segments. I took two of three required mock FAA tests as part of the course (three required for King sign-off to take FAA exam). Then it happened. Life got in the way, and I completely stopped for almost 2 years. So, I went through the whole course again (parts had been updated). I updated my notes as I went through it. It was great review, and I definitely understood much more the second time. I restudied my notes and then took the 3 tests required to get King sign off. Then as final review before FAA exam, I went back and re-answered all the questions that I had EVER missed (easy to get these) - did that until I understood them. This course really did help me prepare, so much so, that I just bought the King Instrument Rating Practical Test Course. Yes, I took the Instrument written before starting on the flying - I'm 1000% sure this knowledge will help me.Oh!!! ONE IMPORTANT TIP - you can get a plugin for your browser that lets you speed up and slow down the videos (e.g., "Video Speed Controller" for chrome). This is gold, especially for re-watching parts. Hope that helps.
Instrument Rating Ground School & Test Prep