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"Hi i'm Alex from Drone Gear, and I passed my Part 107 Recurrent Test thanks to Altitude University" - Alex Kavanagh
""This was an in depth review of the content that is necessary to understand when getting your license. This course took between 20-25 hours of studying. I was able to finish it in about 2 weeks. Passed the exam, now a Part 107 Licensed Pilot.""
You will also learn: Scheduling Your Exam, Tips & Tricks , Registering Your Drone
1.1 Course Introduction
1.2 Letter from the CEO (PDF)
1.3 Reviewing the Structure of the Course
1.4 What to Expect
1.5 Study Guide Summary (PDF)
1.6 Glossary of Terms (PDF)
2.1 Module Introduction
2.3 Operating Guidelines
2.4 Certificates & Waivers
2.5 Module Quiz
3.1 Module Introduction
3.2 METAR & TAF Reports
3.3 Weather Effects on Small UAS
3.4 The Weather Cycle
3.5 Module Quiz
4.1 Module Introduction
4.2 Airport Operations
4.3 Radio Communication Procedures
4.4 Module Quiz
5.1 Module Introduction
5.2 Airspace Classifications (Part 1)
5.3 Airspace Classifications (Part 2)
5.4 Airspace Classifications (Part 3)
5.5 Airspace Classifications (Part 4)
5.6 Reading a Sectional Chart
5.7 Module Quiz
6.1 Judgement & Risk Assessment
6.3 Emergency Operations
6.4 Small UAS Loading & Performance
6.5 Maintenance & Inspection
6.6 Module Quiz
7.1 Airman Knowledge Practice Exams (PDF)
7.2 Scheduling Your Exam
7.3 Tips & Tricks for Exam Day
7.4 Registering Your Drone
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.
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.
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The Part 107 Exam costs $150 paid directly to your local testing center.
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