Failure to raise the nose high enough during the first 45º of turn. Generally, this will
result in a correspondingly nose low attitude and proportionally high airspeed when
recovery is made.
Improperly coordinating the rate of roll with the rate of pitch. An insufficient roll rate
will result in an overshoot of the intended recovery heading while an excessive roll
rate will result in an undershoot. A common tendency is to allow the roll rate to
accelerate after passing the inverted position.
Failure to maintain balanced flight. Too much or too little rudder will produce
essentially the same results as too fast or too slow a rate of roll, respectively.
Failing to scan ahead for the reference point and/or section line and thereby losing
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