I got my Gleim Private Pilot study guide in the mail today! I’m really excited. Embraer Boyfriend keeps saying it isn’t exciting but, whatever. I get to start studying more intensely. He also gave me all his documents from when he was teaching out in Pennsylvania. Now I have a lot of information to study and need to organize it in a cohesive way. And then make myself a study schedule.
So I have a little less than two weeks before my next lesson. I decided not to go with flying the 172. I’ve gotten many different opinions and right now I just feel like my mind is too sensitive to be changing. No matter what it was the worst part of my training either to switch airplanes for a lesson or two or not fly for two weeks. But that’s how it goes sometimes.
With that said, I have that time to really buckle down and study. The Gleim book has 11 sections of study and they emphasize that you should pick the date of your test and not have it too far in the future. I want this done in May and I’m terribly indecisive sometimes, therefore I’m thinking May 21st or 28th. Maybe sooner depending on my success studying.
The Gleim book is easy to figure out a study schedule. I’ll try to do one section a day, and factor in that I may miss a day or two and add in days for taking practice tests afterwards.
Now, to work on those 37 files I was bequeathed. I think I’ll need an explanation for those. First to change some of them to the 152 information. Onto that today! Not enough time to tackle the first section of Gleim before work. I’ll need some good focus these next weeks and hopefully not too much will distract me.