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FAA, Drones, Drone lisense, etc Part 107

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Nate The Surveyor
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This is a pretty well done video.

I thought it might be useful to somebody. 

Nate

 
Posted : February 25, 2022 6:09 am
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Moe Shetty
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I endorse the Pilot Institute for part 107 preparation as well.

 
Posted : February 25, 2022 6:56 am
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outsideoffice
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Study the FAA test prep materials and take the test. Don't fall for paid courses, it's mostly common sense. 

 

 
Posted : March 8, 2022 1:31 pm
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jflamm
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https://3drobotics.com/government-services/faa-training/faa-part-107-study-guide/ has a nice test prep section.  Pretty much all I used 4 years ago to pass and to retest a couple times since.  My protégé just passed his using it as well.   

 
Posted : March 9, 2022 4:50 am
CoreySnipes
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Part 107 test prep instructor here.  Pilot Institute has great online courses and materials, and I reference or recommend several of them in my community college class.  Drone Launch Academy is also good, and there are probably ten other great ones I've never heard of. 

If you are good at self-study, the guides like the 3D Robotics link above is plenty.  Or a paper book; the ASA book is great.  https://asa2fly.com/2023-remote-pilot-test-prep/    $20 and some dedicated free time might be all the prep you need.

Online and in-person courses are good for spreading it out over time, or having someone else walk you through the material.  Or just having someone make you do get it done. 

Any of these approaches is fine, IMO.  Just pick the one that seems like a good fit for you.

 
Posted : January 5, 2023 7:05 pm