If money is a consideration for you like it was for me, it a pretty practical choice.Most of the ground classes are intended to prepare you for your PPL written and expand your general knowledge of the aviation industry. Our final exam for the Ground School class was a full scale replica of the PPL written exam, if I recall correctly.I took most of the classes they offered when I attended from 2012 and even though my life turned into a winding road for few years before I started REALLY taking flight lessons within the last few months, I finding that all the knowledge comes right back to me and it making studying for my PPL written very easy, which means I saving money on the ground with my part 61 CFI because he doesn need to take forever explaining concepts I already familiar with.The classes I took there were the PPL ground school, Aerodynamics, Navigation, Meteorology, “Basic Air Transportation,” (which was a fun history of flight class where we watched documentaries and had discussions,) and Human Factors. Aside from those, I know they offer more in depth courses, as well as Simulator time (two sims on campus, I believe).PM me if you are interested in more details it been a few years, but we have an active FB group, so I can easily get in touch with my old professors and/or classmates in the area.
And yeah, It is not recency bias to drop Cech. Cech should be dropped you are right. Why? You say is not fitting the system , how do you know that? Because his performance match after match tells you. Everyday people walk into a store and take something out with them that they didn’t pay for. A recent study shows that at least one out of every eleven people who walk into a store will walk out stealing something. Reports show that shoplifting has gone up by six percent for the year 2012 and that businesses as a whole are expecting a total loss all across the nation to sit at $119 Billion.
K Swiss Inc. (NASDAQ:KSWS) posted second quarter earnings per share that rose 23.4% year over year to 58 cents, which beat Wall Street expectations by almost 29%. Total worldwide revenues came to $124.2 million, slipping slightly by 1.8% from the previous year.
Ideas for cutting costs: Could you sell your car and take the bus or ride a bicycle? Consider not only the savings in gas, but also parking, maintenance and insurance. Think about purchasing used books instead of new textbooks for the term. Maybe you could swap or barter with other students you’ll give him haircuts, if he gives you a ride to class each week.