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For anyone else who's been thinking about taking the FAA Part 107 Exam I put together a quick video on what I used to pass the test.  Only took 1 week from start to finish before scheduling the exam.  For those who don't know this exam is specific to anyone flying in the U.S.A (FAA owns the airspace) and they require CERTIFICATION if you thinking of using your drone for any type of COMMERCIAL use.   










9-17 10:46
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Hello and good day RGMGFitness. Thank you for sharing this information and this video you have created. Great work and thank you for your support.
9-17 11:13
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A J
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Thanks for sharing
9-17 11:22
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Cool video, thanks for sharing! Very useful infos.
9-18 03:20
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Thanks for sharing your experience!
9-18 05:33
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maddox Posted at 9-18 05:33
Thanks for sharing your experience!

Thanks everyone!  I appreciate the support.  Hopefully the video motivates a few others to go take the exam.   
9-18 06:07
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DJI Stephen Posted at 9-17 11:13
Hello and good day RGMGFitness. Thank you for sharing this information and this video you have created. Great work and thank you for your support.

Thank you very much!  
9-18 06:07
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Great post and I 100% agree this can be done in just a week. I highly recommend this video below especially for anybody that has not ever messed with an aeronautical charts. He breaks everything down very simple. It's a very long video and a little dated but I watched this over several days and scored a 93 on my test.

9-18 08:21
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Charmande Posted at 9-18 08:21
Great post and I 100% agree this can be done in just a week. I highly recommend this video below especially for anybody that has not ever messed with an aeronautical charts. He breaks everything down very simple. It's a very long video and a little dated but I watched this over several days and scored a 93 on my test.


Yep, I've heard this was one of the best 'Free' videos out there.  Might not have some of the newer questions on it, but will certainly get you most of the way there if your even thinking about the Part 107.  Hey, for free you can at least see what's going to be expected of you for the exam.  If your going to watch a FREE one this is probably the one to watch.  

Nice Score by the way!!
9-18 10:07
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How "international" is the Part 107 test? I can't really take it for a couple of years till I go over to the US (on the list, anyways), but I already read the study guide offered by the FAA. I was interested in getting to know about general aviation and more specific drone issues. Can it be used in other countries (with validation)?
9-18 10:21
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Pedro Castelani Posted at 9-18 10:21
How "international" is the Part 107 test? I can't really take it for a couple of years till I go over to the US (on the list, anyways), but I already read the study guide offered by the FAA. I was interested in getting to know about general aviation and more specific drone issues. Can it be used in other countries (with validation)?

The Pilot Certification (Part 107) is specific to USA as the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) is the gov't body regulating all aspects of civil aviation.  It wouldn't pertain to countries outside of the United States.

Within the USA the only eligibility requirements are;
  - Must be 16 years old
  - Able to read, write, speak, and understand English
  - Be in a physical & mental condition to safely fly in UAS

Hope that helps...  
9-18 11:06
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Charmande Posted at 9-18 08:21
Great post and I 100% agree this can be done in just a week. I highly recommend this video below especially for anybody that has not ever messed with an aeronautical charts. He breaks everything down very simple. It's a very long video and a little dated but I watched this over several days and scored a 93 on my test.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6_ucCKFJUCU&t=3077s

Thanks for sharing this informative video to our valued DJI Forum members. Cheers!
9-18 15:55
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9-19 07:40
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Thanks for sharing...
9-19 22:21
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Vanea Auzeac
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Do exist same procedure available in Europe? Thank you
9-20 04:38
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RGMGFitness Posted at 9-18 06:07
Thanks everyone!  I appreciate the support.  Hopefully the video motivates a few others to go take the exam.

You're welcome mate
9-20 05:26
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You are very much welcome RGMGFitness. Have a safe and a happy flying always.
9-20 08:22
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Sweet video, thanks for sharing!
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9-25 04:32
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Jamiel Ahmad
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I failed to take the test within the same year as I bought the FAA license and packet can I still take it anytime? Just need to study
9-25 06:12
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Am I eligible for testing if I’m 13 or do I have to wait till I’m16?
9-25 06:17
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N3CNC DEWEY Posted at 9-25 04:32
Sweet video, thanks for sharing!
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9-25 09:00
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Charmande Posted at 9-18 08:21
Great post and I 100% agree this can be done in just a week. I highly recommend this video below especially for anybody that has not ever messed with an aeronautical charts. He breaks everything down very simple. It's a very long video and a little dated but I watched this over several days and scored a 93 on my test.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6_ucCKFJUCU&t=3077s

This is what i used also BUT a lot of the exam i got was different than a lot of this video. Similar but not exactly. I took several practise exams that helped a lot too.
9-25 09:09
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Thanks for the great information!!!
9-25 17:16
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Nice video!  Very helpful.  Thanks!
9-26 02:10
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Great advice for studying for the Part 107 exam. You’re absolutely right about it not being an easy test to study for. I’m using several different places for information and I still am having a hard time getting the information to stick into my head. I even took a class at my local community college for preparing for the exam.
9-27 05:23
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Shouldn’t it be more about becoming a proficient, educated pilot instead of just doing what you can to get your license in a weeks time...just to appease the FAA...and then go out with a license as an uneducated, less proficient in skills and rules pilot? This gives the wrong message in my opinion.
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9-30 05:03
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thank you  you have done great job
9-30 05:04
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9-30 05:05
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Thank you!  
9-30 05:37
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Awesome! Thanks for sharing.
9-30 08:24
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Thanks for sharing
10-1 09:17
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Your welcome.  Hope it helps others to pass the 107.  
10-2 07:32
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Thanks so much!
10-2 09:12
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I'm from Canada and I will be in the USA in November. My drone is already registered with the FAA and use it for youtube.  I have my drone pilots licence in Canada will I need to write the FAA exam as well?
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AdventureCamp Posted at 10-7 15:57
I'm from Canada and I will be in the USA in November. My drone is already registered with the FAA and use it for youtube.  I have my drone pilots licence in Canada will I need to write the FAA exam as well?

I'm afraid so.  Canada has it's own legal requirements and to the best of my knowledge is separate an independent from anything the FAA does in the United States.  If your flying as a hobbyist (in USA) then no  FAA part 107 is needed.  But, if your flying for commercial use in the USA then a part 107 would be needed.  

Though, I guess the issue of flying in the USA and uploading from Canada is a good question.  I don't know how that would work.  Still a lot of unanswered questions and some grey areas I guess.   
10-8 09:39
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RGMGFitness Posted at 10-8 09:39
I'm afraid so.  Canada has it's own legal requirements and to the best of my knowledge is separate an independent from anything the FAA does in the United States.  If your flying as a hobbyist (in USA) then no  FAA part 107 is needed.  But, if your flying for commercial use in the USA then a part 107 would be needed.  

Though, I guess the issue of flying in the USA and uploading from Canada is a good question.  I don't know how that would work.  Still a lot of unanswered questions and some grey areas I guess.

Its not commercial use so I guess I probably don't need it then.
10-8 10:47
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AdventureCamp Posted at 10-8 10:47
Its not commercial use so I guess I probably don't need it then.

Yes, your fine then if just flying as hobbyist in USA.     Enjoy!  
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