"This test is not a walk in the park..... it is VERY challenging....Sectional charts reading proficiency is a must. Knowledge of weather terms and conditions is a must. Knowledge of airport operations is a must..... and knowledge of the rules of part107 are a must... Other important study materials are aircraft balance and the effects on aircraft performance.... So heed my advice.... Study... Study... Study..." - Online Forum User
"I used anything and everything that I could find on Part 107 and even then the test was a BEAR!" - Online Forum User
"I had a small advantage because I took a ground school class last fall and passed the Private Pilot written back in December. But this 107 test was harder than I expected." - Online Forum User
DMZ created the Part 107 Study Curriculum in order to help individuals study for their FAA Aeronautical Knowledge Test. The Curriculum includes 5 Courses, 15 Learning Objectives, 15 Practice Quizzes, 5 Practice Tests, and 2 Practice Exams. The Curriculum is 100% online, meaning you can go through it at your own pace, anywhere you have an internet connection. The Study Course is in an easy-to-understand format and includes narrations throughout, meaning you can sit and listen to the narrator, without having to read through hundreds of pages. To enroll in our curriculum, please click on the picture or on the link below.
There are 5 general topics covered on the Aeronautical Knowledge Test, including; Regulations, Airspace and Requirements, Weather, Loading and Performance, and Operations, each comprising 15-25%, 15-25%, 11-16%, 7-11%, and 35-45% of the test respectively. In order to achieve the minimum passing score of 70%, it will be important for test-takers to understand aeronautical knowledge from each of this main topics. To enroll in our study curriculum, please click on the picture or on the link below.
The Aeronautical Knowledge Test is not easy according to multiple test-takers. Unless you have an aviation background, and even if you do, the general consensus from those who have taken the test is that it is imperative to study. Here are a couple reactions to the test from people who have taken it so far.
The Study Curriculum is comprehensive and covers a lot of material. For this reason, there is a time commitment involved with studying. The good news is, by enrolling in our curriculum, you can go through the materials at your own pace because it is entirely online. Plus, because there are narrations included throughout the materials, you simply need to listen to the contents of the curriculum, rather than reading through hundreds of pages. Typically, students enrolled in our curriculum will take 6-8 hours or more to complete it depending on their pace and if they stop to review slides.
Included with the Curriculum are 15 Practice Quizzes, 5 Practice Tests, and 2 Practice Exams. As has been mentioned, there are five courses included in the curriculum. Within each course are a set of Learning Objectives. At the conclusion of each Learning Objective there is a Quiz. Then, at the end of all the Learning Objectives contained in a course, there is a comprehensive test. Finally, at the conclusion of all five course there is an Exam. There are two exams included in the curriculum, both of them 50 questions in length.