Welcome to Altitude University, an Online Training Platform that specializes in helping drone enthusiasts acquire their FAA Drone License by passing the Part 107 Exam. Our curriculum has been organized in an easy to understand way that will help you pass the Part 107 Exam, first try!
This is the only Part 107 Test Prep Course you will ever need, created for you by Drone Industry Professionals.
This is the ultimate guide to passing the Part 107 Exam, and confidently entering the drone industry as a FAA Certified, Remote Pilot in Command.
We've helped thousands of drone pilots apply this technology towards sectors that have been hugely impacted by the value of drones, and we want to help you do the same.See Curriculum
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Part 107 Knowledge Prep
Real FAA Practice Exams
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Recurrent Knowledge Prep.
Practice Exam Questions
Real FAA Practice Exams
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Everyone learns at a different pace. Our curriculum is self paced, which means you can go through it at your own speed.
If you are flying drones commercially, or want to receive compensation for your work, the FAA requires you to hold a Part 107 License.
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To qualify to take the Part 107 Exam you must:
1. Be at least 16 years old
2. Be able to read, write, speak, and understand English (medical exceptions made)
3. Be in physical and mental condition to safely operate a small UAS.
Lifetime! We aren't going to give something to you and then take it away. Use it for your Part 107 Renewal Test. This course is accessible 24/7 on a Desktop, Tablet or Mobile Device and includes all future content updates.
The Curriculum is Self Paced. The information available in this course allows students to go back to previous chapters in order to review when necessary.
Students are encouraged to go through the course at his/her own speed, however, the FAA estimates that average time it takes to study the material needed to pass the test is around 15- 20 hours of studying.
We’re known for our 1:1 student support. Our team is available around the clock to ensure the best customer experience, understanding of the material provided and ultimately help you pass your exam the first try. You can always call us or send us an email at [email protected].
The Federal Aviation Administration requires those interested in Flying Drones Commercially to pass the Part 107 Exam. You do not need a part 107 License to fly drones recreationally. However, those interested in acquiring a Part 107 Certification must demonstrate knowledge through a 60 question multiple choice test.
The Part 107 Exam costs $150 paid directly to your local testing center.