I've heard of the "3 Fails -> London" rule before, not sure if CAA still demand that, nor how much it costs?
If you are struggling with the book, combine it with the PPL Confuser and you will digest it a bit better.
Remember though, it might be more about finding the right revision methods for you. I find writing down as I revise, imprints things in my mind better. Unfortunatly my memory isn't the greatest when revising from books so its a long hard slog for me to learn things like this! Law is something you need to be aware of as part of the "envelope" but a large amount is never physically used, this is why I am struggling currently.
Hi all I've been doing my ppl for 4 months now and today I passed Air Law first time with 96%.I started with the confuser but found quite a lot of mistakes according to my instructor, he recommended that i try www.pplquiz.co.uk I have found this site remarkably outstanding in my preperation in taking the exam.
I tried airquiz but i don't like the idea of having the results emailed to me, i like to know there and then.
Anyway enough rambling more reading.
Hope this helps other peeps.
I am struggling / battling with Air Law currently.
I just find it hard to learn things that I don't actively use either mentally or physically. I.e. once i've read it, I have no way to put it to practice other than using the test questions at the back of the book.
Will do pal!
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