Can You Pass the New FAA UAG Sample Test?

Can You Pass the New FAA UAG Sample Test?
March 29, 2021 Comments Off on Can You Pass the New FAA UAG Sample Test? Drone Laws,drone license for commercial use,FAA,FAA 107 UAG Drone Pilot Study Guide,Instructor's Corner,Night Operations Tim Trott

How confident are you that you can pass the FAA §107 UAG exam?

The FAA released a revised Sample Questions for UAG 3/21/21.  Some of the questions are “recycled” from the previous sample tests, and there are some new questions.  One question uses different numbers than last time… See if you can find it.

But you won’t find any new questions about Night Operations; for some reason they didn’t include that topic.  However, we should probably assume that at least one or two Night Operations questions will appear on the official exams for UAG and UGR (recurrent).
If you would like to see how you would do on the newest sample test, you can try it out here.

The online recurrent exam and study material was expected to be posted at today, but at last check it was still “not yet posted”.  A Recreational Test is also expected but has not appeared so far.

About The Author
Tim Trott Tim Trott has a long history of association with aviation. His father was a glider pilot at one time. Tim grew up with the Sky King television program and later met Kirby Grant after the TV star retired to Florida in the 1970's. Many years later, with the assistance of Kirby's wife and son, Tim wrote "Out of the Blue - The Life and Legend of Sky King". When drones began to become popular, Tim bought an early DJI Phantom. When drone licenses were required, Tim took and passed the drone test in the first hour of the first day it was offered. He later went on to develop a series of training courses and was certified as an instructor by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, teaching first responders around the country, from Boston to Houson and from Lansing to Ft. Lauderdale.