Aviation compass errors can easily confuse a new pilot while flying. Hence, Jason Schappert has created a short video with two acronyms to help pilots remember what type of compass errors they can expect to face in the cockpit.
The first acronym that Jason mentioned was ANDS:
In other words and when you are in the Northern hemisphere heading on an easterly or a westerly heading, your aircraft will have a tendency to dip to the north when you accelerate and dip to the south when you decelerate.
In addition, Jason also mentioned a second acronym called UNOS:
In other words and when you are in the Northern hemisphere heading on an northern or a southern heading, you have to either undershoot or overshoot your heading. Keeping the above acronyms in mind will go a long way towards aiding navigation while flying.