Are you ready for your IFR Checkride? Check out our latest IFR Oral Exam video below and test your instrument knowledge against our IFR Checkride Quiz!
Are you ready? Read through the questions below and click the bubble you believe to be the correct answer! We’ll give you feedback as you go and give you an explanation of the correct answer.
When can you legally log instrument approaches for currency?
You are instructed to enter a hold at 8,000′ MSL. What is your maximum holding speed?
On a standard six pack, which instrument(s) are gyroscopically driven?
As you begin your descent, you notice your altimeter and vertical speed indicators are not changing. From this you may conclude that:
For an instrument airplane, the following inspections are required every 24 calendar months:
A Mode C Altitude Encoder reports the aircraft’s:
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