Welcome to your APS Advanced Graduate Quiz! If a pilot applies backpressure in unstalled, positive G flight while overbanked beyond 90 degrees or inverted, what resulting effect is there on dive angle? The dive angle will increase Applying back pressure beyond 90 degrees of bank has no effect on dive angle The dive angle will reduce (get shallower) the longer and harder the pilot applies back pressureIf using roll (lift vector management) to assist in generating a nose down pitch rate in a nose high unusual attitude, what is the recommended maximum bank angle? 60 degrees of bank 90 degrees of bank 135 degrees of bank Bank should not be used to generate a nose down pitch rate in a nose high situationYour new question!If you encounter a spin, if your airplane has a published spin recovery procedure, should you use that procedure instead of the NASA Standard Spin Recovery technique? Yes No. The NASA method is always superior.What type of flight condition must the pilots beware that making rapid head movements can potentially result in disorientation (Coriolis Illusion)? Turning Flight Straight and Level Flight Loads above 1-GTime is Up!