How To Study For & Pass The FAA Drone Test!

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Here are the study resources that I listed in the video, in order: BASIC DRONE KNOWLEDGE – PART 107 TEST COURSES …

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  1. Government Overreach…bureaucrat monsters bringing their filthy greedy hands into children's toys and the creepy beardy faces that espouse their "JUSTIFIED POWER GRAB"

  2. I'm one of the ones that is "cramming" for the test. I've watched about 20 hours of video on YouTube and I must say, I like your presentation style and I'm endeavoring to not spend a dime on preparing for the test. I'm not cheap, just doing the license to cover my arse because I will "advance" the business of some friends and refuse to get nailed for not being AGL, (Above ground legally) LOL! Thanks for the video, Semper Fly! Gunny J. OUT!

  3. One correction: FAA include 'non-recreational" in their definition of "commercial." So even if you're not being paid, e.g., public benefit flying, you need a Part 107 license.

  4. This might sound like a dumb question but is there a market for people that want to make money flying drones? I assume the questions relative where you live. Iโ€™m in the north east New York City/jersey

  5. Thank you so much! I've been having trouble finding study material for the sectional shart stuff. I want to become a surveyor and since the field is going in the direction of drone technology, I thought this would be a good addition to my resume. Thanks again Matt!!

  6. Thanks for putting this all together. Just wondering can I take the FAA test here in South Korea? Or how do if find out the test location worldwide or it is just in US.?

  7. Nice video. Matt you seem like a good guy. First you make a video on how to film a wedding and now this, lol even though both videos could potentially help create more competition for you. Never the less I appreciate it.

  8. So question here. New to the drone scene and I want to get into the business.

    If I go and take the test on remotepilot101 and pass the Part 107 course. I get automatically certified? Or will I need to still take the finished test and go to the TSA location specific and get it certified or whatโ€™s the deal? Kinda confused lol.

  9. WHAT A BUNCH OF SHEEP. YOU ARE ALL FALLING LOCKSTEP IN LINE AND ALLOWING THIS TOTALLY UNNECESSARY CONTROL OVER WHAT, FOR MOST, IS A HOBBY. ALL THIS CRAP WILL KILL ALL RC HOBBIES SOONER OR LATER.

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