Enrolled students: 1,114
Pass rate: 99.8%
Average score: 91%
Stats current as of February 1st, 2023
Why this course?
The Internet has become saturated with outdated, irrelevant, and incorrect Remote Pilot Test Prep material throughout the years.
This Part 107 Remote Pilot Test Prep course is the only resource you need to pass the Part 107 test.
Current information - last revised in February 2023 - is presented in a clear, concise manner by a real FAA instructor pilot with nearly 15 years of flight instructor experience in both military and civilian flying.
See what's included below!
Over 10 hours of closed-captioned video with text outlines.
Real FAA test questions and questions you won't see elsewhere.
Live Chat and email support with John, not a bot.
Print the outline and fill in your study guide.
The most current material available, last revised February 2023
FAA test-taking tips
Post-test certification steps & walkthrough
Access to the Pilot Lounge community
Graduation certificate signed with my FAA instructor number
Presented by an experienced military & civilian flight instructor
Current Part 107 regulations explained in plain English, including Remote ID
Different classes of airspace with 3D models
How to read aeronautical charts in relation to the FAA test and flying drones
Weather for regular people and how it affects drone operations
The entire curriculum, with links to free previews, is outlined below!
Stats current as of February 1st, 2023
Welcome to the Remote Pilot Test Prep Course!FREE PREVIEW
Virtual Classroom Orientation
Study Guide & Course Outline
Remote Pilot ResourcesFREE PREVIEW
Extra TrainingFREE PREVIEW
Joining our Referral Program
1.1 Intro to Regulations
1.2 Quiz: Definitions
1.3 sUAS Registration
1.3 Quiz: sUAS Registration
1.4 General RulesFREE PREVIEW
1.4 Quiz: General RulesFREE PREVIEW
1.5 sUAS Pilot Certification
1.5 Quiz: sUAS Pilot Certification
1.6 Operations Part 1
1.6 Quiz: Operations Part 1
1.7 Operations Part 2
1.7 Quiz: Operations Part 2
1.8 Operations Over People & Remote ID
1.8 Quiz: Operations Over People & Remote ID
End of Chapter Test: RegulationsFREE PREVIEW
2.1 Controlled AirspaceFREE PREVIEW
2.1 Quiz: Controlled AirspaceFREE PREVIEW
2.2 Class G AirspaceFREE PREVIEW
2.2 Quiz: Class G AirspaceFREE PREVIEW
2.3 Class E AirspaceFREE PREVIEW
2.3 Quiz: Class E AirspaceFREE PREVIEW
2.4 Class D Airspace
2.4 Quiz: Class D Airspace
2.5 Class C Airspace
2.5 Quiz: Class C Airspace
2.6 Class B Airspace
2.6 Quiz: Class B Airspace
Special Test: Controlled vs. Uncontrolled AirspaceFREE PREVIEW
2.7 Special Use Airspace
2.7 Quiz: Special Use Airspace
2.8 Basic Topography
2.8 Quiz: Basic Topography
End of Chapter Test: Airspace
3.1 Airport OperationsFREE PREVIEW
3.1 Quiz: Airport OperationsFREE PREVIEW
3.2 Notices to Airmen (NOTAMS)
3.2 Quiz: NOTAMS
3.3 Quiz: Communications
3.4 Reading a Chart
3.4 Quiz: Reading a Chart
3.5 Quiz: Emergencies
3.6 ADM & CRM
3.6 Quiz: ADM & CRM
3.7 Physiology & Night
3.7 Quiz: Physiology & Night
3.8 Chart Test Question Walk-Through
End of Chapter Test: Operations
4.1 Weather & WindsFREE PREVIEW
4.1 Quiz: Weather & WindsFREE PREVIEW
4.2 Temperature & Pressure
4.2 Quiz: Temperature & Pressure
4.3 Moisture, Fog, and Clouds
4.3 Quiz: Moisture, Fog, and Clouds
4.4 Quiz: Stability
4.5 Air Masses & Fronts
4.5 Quiz: Air Masses & Fronts
4.6 Thunderstorms & Icing
4.6 Quiz: Thunderstorms & Icing
4.7 Weather Reports
4.7 Quiz: Weather Reports
End of Chapter Test: Weather
5.1 Weight & Balance
5.1 Quiz: Weight & Balance
5.2 Basic AerodynamicsFREE PREVIEW
5.2 Quiz: Basic AerodynamicsFREE PREVIEW
5.3 Load Factor
5.3 Quiz: Load Factor
5.4 Determining Performance
5.4 Quiz: Determining Performance
5.5 Preflight Duties
5.5 Quiz: Preflight Duties
End of Chapter Test: Performance
Class E Airspace
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What happens if I fail the test?
If by some misfortune you don't pass, I will issue a refund for this test prep course. I will also reimburse you what you paid for the FAA test via PayPal, Venmo, or Cash App (your preference).
You will have had to complete 100% of this course to be eligible for the refund, and provide a copy of your testing center receipt and score sheet showing you didn't pass. Only the first failure can be reimbursed.
How long will I have access?
You will have unlimited, lifetime access to the material. You'll receive updates to the regulations via email as they happen, and be able to come back here to review the changes.
How current is the material?
As current as it can be! The original curriculum is from late 2019 and I make updates as necessary to stay up with current regulations. The latest modifications were made in February 2023.
What's included in the course price? Will I have to pay more later?
Everything you see in the sections above is included in the course. This includes all videos, the study guide, the quizzes, unlimited practice tests, and 24/7 access as long as you have an Internet connection.
Extras are available, like airspace training customized to your home area, and a one-on-one video consult.
How many hours of video are included?
There are currently just over ten hours of training videos included in this course. Most of the videos are less than ten minutes each and get straight to the point, not overwhelming you with longer videos full of "chit-chat".
Each video is also followed by a text outline so you can read the highlights.
So I'll have my Part 107 license after completing this course?
This is just a test prep course. You'll need to take an in-person test at an FAA-approved testing center near you after this course. Once you pass the test and submit a little bit of paperwork, you'll have your Part 107 certificate. Don't worry, I walk you through how to do all of that!
The first step towards obtaining your Remote Pilot License
If you don't pass your test we'll refund both this course and your FAA testing fee. But we're confident we won't need to do that with our test score average in the 90s!