Prepare for the FAA Part 107 remote pilot drone exam using the official FAA sample questions, answered and explained, completely free or try our premium test bank of 300 practice questions.
If you’ve tried the FAA sample questions already you know they don’t provide answers or explanations. We’ve done that and bundled them in this app along with a bunch of free stuff.
For iPhone and iPad.
Get a FREE printable cheat sheet. Just download the 107 Pilot School app then output to your printer.
Four pages cover everything you need to know to pass the test, from Numbers and Regulations to Charts and Airspace.
How do I get FAA certified?
There is just one thing you need to get certified – pass the test. There are no prerequisites prior to going into the testing center other than registering and paying for the exam and knowing the material. They don’t care where you got your knowledge, just that you have it. One more thing, you need a clean background check from the TSA, which is run after you’ve passed the test and applied for an airmen certificate with IACRA.
How long does it take?
Everyone studies at their own pace and let’s face it, some need an instructor-led class and an ear to ask lots of questions. Most adults are quite capable of doing self-study, however, and that’s who we built 107 Pilot School for. It’s designed to be a concise, accelerated course. Most of you are going to be ready for the test after about 10-12 hours of self-study and practice tests.
Do you guarantee I’ll pass the exam?
No, our test prep materials are offered at extremely competitive prices compared to the industry. To offer fluff like a guarantee to pass means higher prices for everybody just because a few knuckleheads didn’t study and tried to wing it. Look, the FAA remote pilot test isn’t difficult and you only need 70% to pass. That’s a very low bar. If you can’t pass the test after going through any course it’s not the courses’ fault.
Do you have a study manual or something?
All study material covering what you need to know for the test comes from the FAA. The problem for most students just getting started is finding out what those are and where to get them. No worries. We’ve taken care of that for you by including exactly what you need – it’s already in the app. Specifically, there are three publications you need: Remote Pilot Study Guide, Advisory Circular, and the Testing Supplement.
Do you have video lectures?
Not yet, but video courses are in production right now and will be available directly from within the app.
Does this work on Android?
No, and we have no plans of supporting the Android platform.