UGR – FAA Recurrent Remote Pilot Exam Preparation

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There are many drone study courses taught by CFIs (Cerfified Flight Instructors) and experienced pilots.  They have good courses, but CFI’s and Part 61 pilots take their drone test online. They don’t see the exam that we do.  I am a §107 certified drone pilot, like you.  I teach from YOUR level, in terms YOU understand and relate to, because that’s how I had to learn it.  I know what you need to know about as a drone operator.

I teach understanding. Understanding is the key to knowledge, and knowledge is the foundation of safety.  I’m certified as an instructor for public safety by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and I passed the FAA’s Fundamentals of Instruction as well. I also passed the student pilot Ground School exam.

Because of my unique background, and the way I write my courses, my students are prepared to score better on FAA exams.  Your goal is to understand what you need to know to pass the FAA exam. I will help you achieve that goal. This course represents your good investment toward that goal.

The Federal Aviation Regulations, or FARs, are rules prescribed by the Federal Aviation Administration governing all aviation activities in the United States. The FARs are part of Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations. 14 CFR Part 107.73 section b specifies the knowledge areas that will be required to pass the recurrent FAA exam for Remote Pilots. The exam will contain 40 questions, rather than the 60 questions in the initial certification test. The minimum age is 16 and 1.5 hours will be allowed for completing the test at an authorized testing facility (PRI/CATS). Authorization for the UAG test: Requires NO instructor endorsement or other form of written authorization. Acceptable form of authorization for the UGR test: Remote Pilot Certificate with a Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS) rating.


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The seven areas of material for the UGR exam are:

(1) Applicable regulations relating to small unmanned aircraft system rating privileges, limitations, and flight operation;
(2) Airspace classification and operating requirements and flight restrictions affecting small unmanned aircraft operation;
(3) Emergency procedures;
(4) Crew resource management;
(5) Aeronautical decision-making and judgment;
(6) Airport operations;
(7) Maintenance and pre-flight inspection procedures.

While this course is designed to prepare Certified Remote Pilots for the FAA Recurrent Certification (UGR) exam, this course is not represented as official FAA Training. The material presented comes from FAA publications. Since you have already earned your certification this course should serve as a review. If you need to dig deeper into a particular area you may be weak on, we would refer you to the Pilot’s Handbook, our original video training course or my Study Guide book (shown below).

If you have the report from when you took your initial certification test, look for the PLT numbers listed. Those codes tell you what you need to study most. You can reference the PLT codes here:

This training course is based on information from the FAA’s Airman Certification Standards, uas_acs-10A (revised 6/18), the Remote Pilot Study Guide and the indicated publicly available resources.

RULE CHANGES AS OF NOVEMBER 2019 – MORE HERE

Practice quizzes are included in each section and a final exam appears at the end of the course along with the sample UAG exam from the FAA. Exams include references to charts and diagrams published in the FAA Testing Supplement (FAA-CT-8080-2G).  It is assumed that the student will have a purchased or acquired the Test Supplement or downloaded the PDF version for reference.

Student feedback:

“I used this course and read the supporting documentation and passed the test. I studied for about 4 days and watched each video at least twice, some more. Great course!!” (Steven)

“…let me compliment you for your excellent course for sharing so much practical information for someone “in the know!”  As you mentioned, some of your questions go beyond the typical canned questions used by many other test prep exercises and really demonstrate your thorough yet practical factors to best learn the material.” (Michael)

“Tim Trott does a wonderful job of explaining this course and how you should use it.” (Will G.)

“Great course to help prepare you for the FAA test! I passed my test on the first try thanks to this course and other material. Thank you again! ” (Steve)

 “Great News! I took the test and got a 92. I have been telling all to use your course. It is under priced and worth 5 times the cost. Best deal on the market. Coupled with your e-book it is a shoe-in for a pass. Thanks!!!” (Gary)

“I passed the part 107 test on August 30 with a score of 88. Thanks again for a great course!” (Patrick)

“…just watched your course twice and scored an 88% on the test. I’ve taken many aviation related courses and seminars, your was presented professionally and had a good cadence.” (Grant)

“Comparable courses I’ve seen are running in the $200-$400 range, making your course a tremendous bargain.” (Pat)

“I passed the FAA remote airman’s certification on the first try. Honestly I felt like I was over prepared. …Thanks so much for making [this course] available.” (Gary)

“Thank you for providing this training. The sheer bulk of information is staggering.” (Tom)
I passed on the first try. ” (Richard)

Section 1(0) Introduction to RPC - Recurrent Aeronautical Test PreparationFree Preview

Introduction to Unmanned General Recurrent (UGR) FAA Test Preparation

If you would like to devote some extra home study to the questions you missed on the original certification exam, check the PLT codes on your exam report in the list of PLT codes HERE (PDF). The FAA is moving from Pilot Learning codes (PLT) to the new Airman Certification Standards (ACS) codes. More about that HERE (PDF)

If you are a part 61 pilot with a UAG certification you can renew your certificate by taking the online training course at FAAsafety.gov, followed by an exam. If you are not a part 61 pilot you can still take advantage free of the online training course that the FAA provides, but you will not be able to renew your 107 remote pilot certification online. While part 61 pilots are required to take the online course at FAAsafety.gov, part 107 Remote Pilots (UAG) are allowed to take the course but are not required to do so.

Applicants for a part 107 remote pilot certificate who do not hold a part 61 pilot certificate (or part 61 pilot certificate holders who do not meet the requirements of a current flight review or other provisions of 14 CFR part 61.56) may incorporate this training into their self-study curriculum to help prepare for the FAA Unmanned Aircraft General (UAG) Knowledge Test. The course focuses on the knowledge areas of 14 CFR part 107 that are beyond the operational knowledge of parts 61 and 91 (FAA)

The FAA Safety training online course takes about 2 hours to complete. When you complete the Flash portion of the course, you will find a page with related links and reference materials. We recommend taking that online class in addition to the review material provided in our course here.

  • The FAA course uses FLASH media which IOS devices (eg, Ipad, iPhone) and other Apple products cannot display, so you may need to use a PC or Chromebook. Jon Rupprecht is also providing a resource for the Recurrent Pilot Certification. There are other resources that can be found online as well. Make use of any and all available resources in your preparation and training.

Lecture 1Introduction to RPC Test PrepFree Preview

Introduction to Unmanned General Recurrent (UGR) FAA Test Preparation

If you would like to devote some extra home study to the questions you missed on the original certification exam, check the PLT codes on your exam report in the list of PLT codes HERE (PDF). The FAA is moving from Pilot Learning codes (PLT) to the new Airman Certification Standards (ACS) codes. More about that HERE (PDF)

If you are a part 61 pilot with a UAG certification you can renew your certificate by taking the online training course at FAAsafety.gov, followed by an exam. If you are not a part 61 pilot you can still take advantage free of the online training course that the FAA provides, but you will not be able to renew your 107 remote pilot certification online. While part 61 pilots are required to take the online course at FAAsafety.gov, part 107 Remote Pilots (UAG) are allowed to take the course but are not required to do so.

Applicants for a part 107 remote pilot certificate who do not hold a part 61 pilot certificate (or part 61 pilot certificate holders who do not meet the requirements of a current flight review or other provisions of 14 CFR part 61.56) may incorporate this training into their self-study curriculum to help prepare for the FAA Unmanned Aircraft General (UAG) Knowledge Test. The course focuses on the knowledge areas of 14 CFR part 107 that are beyond the operational knowledge of parts 61 and 91 (FAA)

The FAA Safety training online course takes about 2 hours to complete. When you complete the Flash portion of the course, you will find a page with related links and reference materials. We recommend taking that online class in addition to the review material provided in our course here.

  • The FAA course uses FLASH media which IOS devices (eg, Ipad, iPhone) and other Apple products cannot display, so you may need to use a PC or Chromebook. Jon Rupprecht is also providing a resource for the Recurrent Pilot Certification. There are other resources that can be found online as well. Make use of any and all available resources in your preparation and training.

Section 2(1) Applicable regulations relating to small unmanned aircraft system rating privileges, limitations, and flight operationFree Preview

Applicable regulations relating to small unmanned aircraft system rating privileges, limitations, and flight operation –

Study Resources for this class can be found HERE

NOTE: When you complete each quiz you will receive the results by email.

Quiz 1: Regulations

Lecture 1Applicable Regulations Relating to Small Unmanned Aircraft System Rating Privileges, Limitations, and Flight OoperationFree Preview

Applicable regulations relating to small unmanned aircraft system rating privileges, limitations, and flight operation –

Study Resources for this class can be found HERE

NOTE: When you complete each quiz you will receive the results by email.

Quiz 1: Regulations

Section 3(2) Airspace classification and operating requirements and flight restrictions affecting small unmanned aircraft operationFree Preview

Airspace classification and operating requirements and flight restrictions affecting small unmanned aircraft operation

Quiz 2: Airspace

Lecture 1Airspace classification and operating requirements and flight restrictions affecting small unmanned aircraft operationFree Preview

Airspace classification and operating requirements and flight restrictions affecting small unmanned aircraft operation

Quiz 2: Airspace

Section 4(3) Emergency proceduresFree Preview

Emergency procedures

Quiz 3: Emergency Procedures

Lecture 1Emergency proceduresFree Preview

Emergency procedures

Quiz 3: Emergency Procedures

Section 5(4) Crew resource managementFree Preview

Crew resource management

Quiz 4: Crew Resource Management

Lecture 1Crew resource managementFree Preview

Crew resource management

Quiz 4: Crew Resource Management

Section 6(5) Aeronautical decision-making and judgment
Lecture 1Aeronautical decision-making and judgment - Part 1Free Preview

Aeronautical decision-making and judgment Part 1

Quiz 5: Aeronautical Decision Making

Lecture 2Aeronautical decision-making and judgment - Part 2
Section 7(6) Airport OperationsFree Preview

Airport Operations

Quiz 6: Airport Operations/Charts

 

Lecture 1(6) Airport OperationsFree Preview

Airport Operations

Quiz 6: Airport Operations/Charts

 

Section 8(7) MaintenanceFree Preview
Lecture 1(7) MaintenanceFree Preview
Section 9FAA Sample TestFree Preview


Some answers in the practice quiz require the Testing Supplement – FAA-CT-8080-2#
  (Free download)

or at Amazon.com     (The author receives no compensation for this link)


UGR Practice Final Exam


Congratulations on completing the UGR preparation course! You should take a couple of days to repeat any videos if you need to review a particular subject and review the study resources.

When you are ready to take the exam you should contact PRI/CATS to reserve your test appointment at an convenient authorized testing facility in your areal. You can find the testing locations in this publication (PDF from the FAA). Then call PRI/CATS at 844-704-1487. You may find you will need to leave a number for them to call back. If so, expect a call within 24 hours from an 800 number that may appear as “unknown” or “not provided” on your caller ID, so don’t be too quick to reject the call.  The web site is CatsTest.com, but at present there is no way to reserve a test date online. Hopefully that will be added at some point.

Be sure to have a photo ID available. Identification requirements are listed in this publication from the FAA (PDF). In general, the accepted forms of identification include:

  • – Driver permit or license issued by a U.S. state or territory;
  • – U.S.Government identification Card;
  • – U.S.Military identification card
  • – Passport; or
  • – Alien residency card

When you pass your test there is nothing more to do. Be sure to keep a copy of the test results with your pilot license to be made available if requested by the FAA or law enforcement. Remember it can be in paper or digital form, including a photo copy on your cell phone.

Lecture 1Closing notes...Free Preview


Some answers in the practice quiz require the Testing Supplement – FAA-CT-8080-2#
  (Free download)

or at Amazon.com     (The author receives no compensation for this link)


UGR Practice Final Exam


Congratulations on completing the UGR preparation course! You should take a couple of days to repeat any videos if you need to review a particular subject and review the study resources.

When you are ready to take the exam you should contact PRI/CATS to reserve your test appointment at an convenient authorized testing facility in your areal. You can find the testing locations in this publication (PDF from the FAA). Then call PRI/CATS at 844-704-1487. You may find you will need to leave a number for them to call back. If so, expect a call within 24 hours from an 800 number that may appear as “unknown” or “not provided” on your caller ID, so don’t be too quick to reject the call.  The web site is CatsTest.com, but at present there is no way to reserve a test date online. Hopefully that will be added at some point.

Be sure to have a photo ID available. Identification requirements are listed in this publication from the FAA (PDF). In general, the accepted forms of identification include:

  • – Driver permit or license issued by a U.S. state or territory;
  • – U.S.Government identification Card;
  • – U.S.Military identification card
  • – Passport; or
  • – Alien residency card

When you pass your test there is nothing more to do. Be sure to keep a copy of the test results with your pilot license to be made available if requested by the FAA or law enforcement. Remember it can be in paper or digital form, including a photo copy on your cell phone.