FAA DRONE PILOT LICENSE (14 CFR PART 107) 'FOOL-PROOF' FAA KNOWLEDGE WRITTEN TEST COMPREHENSIVE STUDY GUIDE
The most comprehensive 'fool-proof' FAA knowledge written test study guide available, bar-none.
Multi-mode presentations and test preparation. Covers all subject matter necessary to not only pass, but ACE your FAA Written Test (Initial or Recurrent).
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MULTIPLE MODES OF STUDY SUPPORTED:
Audio Review/Learning by Listening; Flash Cards; Learning & Practice - Study at Your Own Pace with Feedback After Each Question; Study I (the most common and best liked method with feedback after each question is answered, complete with graphics and the supplemental charts & diagrams); Study II (a more intense study agenda with continuous study with randomized questions and feedback only at the end of the module); pre-test check with a fixed number of questions; and finally a simulated test which approximates the actual FAA written test/exam.
AREAS OF STUDY:
Regulations; Airspace & Charts; Aviation Weather; sUAS Loading & Performance; Emergency Procedures; Crew Resource Management; Radio Communications, sUAS Preflight; Physiology; Aeronautical Decision Making & Judgment; Airport Operations; sUAS Maintenance Requirements; Remote Pilot Certification & Limitations; and sUAS Best Practices.
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