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Prepware Remote Pilot

Prepware Remote Pilot

Aviation Supplies & Academics

An aviator’s preparation, study and test tool for FAA Knowledge Exams.

4.4 Ratings 189+ Reviews 10K+ Downloads

Ratings & Reviews

4.4
189+ Ratings
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  • Jan 15, 2021

    By Michael Joseph
    I passed my exam this morning with an 85%, BUT(!!!) while this app is useful it is either out of date with the current question set or prioritizes the wrong parts of the actual 107, or both. For reference I was acing the mock tests this app presents averaging 95-98%. The 107 has lots and lots of airspace and sectional map questions including a bunch that dont show up here. I would not advocate using this as your sole or primary method of prep, but as an augment or 'on the go' its fine.
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  • Just pay the $5 you won't be disappointed! Aug 8, 2017

    By totallyripe2th
    Never felt compelled to write an app review before, but for this I had to. I just took the exam (August 2017) and I'd say 40/60 of the questions on my test were sample questions here. If you memorize the bank you're already most of the way home. Ideally you understand the concepts behind the question then memorization is not required, however, some of these questions are vague/poorly written and technically have more than one correct answer so knowing the keyed answer becomes very beneficial. I like that the answers have explanations. Sometimes they are needed. My tips for the exam: know your charts/airspaces. These become gimme questions. Then you can afford to miss the vague ones. Remote PIC is not the answer to every 3rd question as some of the online practice tests would have you believe! (I had 3) FYI, my test had several questions regarding the (now repealed) drone registration rules for recreational pilots so be prepared to answer those still. Seriously just get this app.
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  • Get the program! May 6, 2018

    By Charlie Romeo Kilo
    I took the FAA Part 107 yesterday and scored a 95%. While I am a private pilot, I haven’t flown for 15 years, and forgot a lot. I used this app for 90% of my studying, taking a practice test whenever I had some free time. Knowing your charts is a must. The FAA seems to like questions about flying over towers in layered airspace. And unless you have 20/20 vision, bring reading glasses! For my test, I was provided a workbook of all the charts & graphs - which were smaller than a sectional chart. I had been spoiled with the digital charts provided on this app, being able to zoom in at will. No such opportunity with the workbook. If I had left my reading glasses in the car, my score would be much different. Although the charts in this app are all out of the same workbook, there are others, and most questions were new. Practice airspace until its second nature for you. Then you will look forward to the test. Good luck!
    more
  • Jul 16, 2020

    By Zach Kidd
    I am so grateful that I had this app recommended to me! I watched the videos, read the materials, etc. I *thought* I had a solid understanding of the information and could pass my Part 107 test. Then I downloaded this app. And although I did alright, I quickly realized I still had some gaps in my learning and strategy. I spent a few days hammering on my now readily-apparent weak points. And I passed my Part 107 with a 95%!!! It has my highest recommendation!
    more
  • Great App; However Needs Function To Save Results!!! Mar 11, 2019

    By InfamousSTAR206
    Overall, this app is great; however, it is EXTREMELY frustrating completely the practice test, and not being able to save a record of that recent test, as well as any prior exams. I just completed one, received my score, accidentally closed out of the app, and the app proceeded to refresh back to the home screen before I could even check my work, thus losing the ability to learn from any incorrect answers, seeing what I got correct, etc. SUPER FRUSTRATING!
    more
  • Apr 14, 2021

    By Ken Nagel
    Annoying. I can never get the quiz to load where I left off. I don't think they updated for the new regs in 2021
  • Nov 5, 2018

    By Drew Wilson
    There are only two modes. Test and study. Study has an "explanation" button to explain the question. Its not a traditional type of study where you read something first THEN take the test. But the chart section seems to be functionally useless. It asks you what the class airspace is around a given airport, and refers you to the chart. The thing is, you need to the key to figure out what type of airspace the squiggly lines represent, and they don't show the key! When you hit the explanation it says its "Class D" or "Class C" and cites the key. But again, the key is not actually provided, so it really does no good. Maybe I am missing something but I don't see the key readily available.
    more
  • Questions need to be updated! Jun 7, 2019

    By iPhone6BetaTester
    Do not count on this app to provide you with the full gamut of knowledge to pass the test! The mix of test questions needs to be much heavier on the sectional chart knowledge. There are MANY questions that appeared on the real test that never came up in this app. Although I passed, it had more to do with my prior experience as a commercial full scale pilot, not this app.
    more
  • Sep 13, 2018

    By Charlie Parker
    I have had to start the practice test over four times. The software seems to ask me a lot of questions that I need to study more I have not yet been able to finish a test yet to grade it. This makes it ridiculous. It should auto save your current test.
    more

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  • Just pay the $5 you won't be disappointed! Aug 8, 2017

    By totallyripe2th
    Never felt compelled to write an app review before, but for this I had to. I just took the exam (August 2017) and I'd say 40/60 of the questions on my test were sample questions here. If you memorize the bank you're already most of the way home. Ideally you understand the concepts behind the question then memorization is not required, however, some of these questions are vague/poorly written and technically have more than one correct answer so knowing the keyed answer becomes very beneficial. I like that the answers have explanations. Sometimes they are needed. My tips for the exam: know your charts/airspaces. These become gimme questions. Then you can afford to miss the vague ones. Remote PIC is not the answer to every 3rd question as some of the online practice tests would have you believe! (I had 3) FYI, my test had several questions regarding the (now repealed) drone registration rules for recreational pilots so be prepared to answer those still. Seriously just get this app.
    more
  • Get the program! May 6, 2018

    By Charlie Romeo Kilo
    I took the FAA Part 107 yesterday and scored a 95%. While I am a private pilot, I haven’t flown for 15 years, and forgot a lot. I used this app for 90% of my studying, taking a practice test whenever I had some free time. Knowing your charts is a must. The FAA seems to like questions about flying over towers in layered airspace. And unless you have 20/20 vision, bring reading glasses! For my test, I was provided a workbook of all the charts & graphs - which were smaller than a sectional chart. I had been spoiled with the digital charts provided on this app, being able to zoom in at will. No such opportunity with the workbook. If I had left my reading glasses in the car, my score would be much different. Although the charts in this app are all out of the same workbook, there are others, and most questions were new. Practice airspace until its second nature for you. Then you will look forward to the test. Good luck!
    more
  • Jul 16, 2020

    By Zach Kidd
    I am so grateful that I had this app recommended to me! I watched the videos, read the materials, etc. I *thought* I had a solid understanding of the information and could pass my Part 107 test. Then I downloaded this app. And although I did alright, I quickly realized I still had some gaps in my learning and strategy. I spent a few days hammering on my now readily-apparent weak points. And I passed my Part 107 with a 95%!!! It has my highest recommendation!
    more
  • Best study tool Apr 6, 2018

    By PolishMike_
    I have used asa perp apps before for the FAA Airframe, Powerplant, and General written knowledge exam as my main studying tool they were the best studying tool in my opinion. The Remote Pilot app was also great and was my main source of study. I do wish they would have had better questions that more resembled the exam a little bit better. Might just be time for a update to the app.
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  • Excellent practice tests! Aug 15, 2018

    By Hedge Master
    Definitely purchase a paperback or digital copy of ASA’s study book too but this app is an EXCELLENT way to complete practice test while on-the-go. I performed these practice tests daily multiple times until I was scoring 100%. Being able to see the aeronautical charts within this app is a really nice touch. ASA is my go-to resource for Part 107 study materials.
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  • Jun 30, 2020

    By J.D. Wingnut
    I passed my Part 107 test today with a %97. This app and the companion ASA study book were an important component of my studying, along with two prominent drone study guide videos on YouTube. This was a great investment and there were some questions that were word for word. I felt like this covered most of what I needed. However the only reason I didn't give this 5 stars is that there were several questions in areas this app did not cover at all. Still well worth the small investment.
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  • Nov 1, 2019

    By Joseph Schmidt
    I just passed the faa 107 exam. A lot of questions in the app were also in the actual test. I passed with an 83 and I mostly used this app to do it. I would suggest buying a sectional chart also, it will explain airspace better than the study guide.
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  • Dec 7, 2018

    By Jared Peek
    Not bad. Pretty bare bones but it helped me pass the 107. Beware, the wording on the actual test differs greatly from the questions on the app, but it will teach you what you need.
  • Money well spent Mar 9, 2017

    By Bluecow82
    I used this app to pass my 107 certification. I would say that the exam was a lot easier than the tests provided here. This app and Tony Northrup's free video were the two main sources I used to study and it worked out great. There is one question however that appeared on the exam that was the same as the one that appears here (the Blue Angels question). I believe the answer for that question is wrong in this app (I used the same answer on the exam and it is the only question I got wrong). Goes to prove you need to actually read the study guide as well, not just skim thru it.
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  • Jan 15, 2021

    By Michael Joseph
    I passed my exam this morning with an 85%, BUT(!!!) while this app is useful it is either out of date with the current question set or prioritizes the wrong parts of the actual 107, or both. For reference I was acing the mock tests this app presents averaging 95-98%. The 107 has lots and lots of airspace and sectional map questions including a bunch that dont show up here. I would not advocate using this as your sole or primary method of prep, but as an augment or 'on the go' its fine.
    more
  • Great App; However Needs Function To Save Results!!! Mar 11, 2019

    By InfamousSTAR206
    Overall, this app is great; however, it is EXTREMELY frustrating completely the practice test, and not being able to save a record of that recent test, as well as any prior exams. I just completed one, received my score, accidentally closed out of the app, and the app proceeded to refresh back to the home screen before I could even check my work, thus losing the ability to learn from any incorrect answers, seeing what I got correct, etc. SUPER FRUSTRATING!
    more
  • Feb 15, 2019

    By Anna Riling
    Simple interface that gives you exactly what you need. Only app I've found that let's you select which Bank of questions, which is great because you can do a practice test right after finishing a chapter. However, these are the same exact questions as on the ASA Test Prep guide, and I was looking for a different set of questions to round out my knowledge. Supposedly includes most recent FAA updates but the app was last updated in Nov 2018 and most recent FAA update was Feb 2019.
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  • Good But Questions Don't Mirror FAA Exam Jan 19, 2021

    By VisualFlux
    I used this app exclusively as my study guide and, while I did pass on my first attempt, my score was well below my 98% average within the app (l took my exam in January 2021 and was rather unpleasantly surprised to discover virtually none of the app's practice questions appear in the official test.) l do recommend the app, but only as a study supplement
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  • Nov 5, 2018

    By Drew Wilson
    There are only two modes. Test and study. Study has an "explanation" button to explain the question. Its not a traditional type of study where you read something first THEN take the test. But the chart section seems to be functionally useless. It asks you what the class airspace is around a given airport, and refers you to the chart. The thing is, you need to the key to figure out what type of airspace the squiggly lines represent, and they don't show the key! When you hit the explanation it says its "Class D" or "Class C" and cites the key. But again, the key is not actually provided, so it really does no good. Maybe I am missing something but I don't see the key readily available.
    more
  • Questions need to be updated! Jun 7, 2019

    By iPhone6BetaTester
    Do not count on this app to provide you with the full gamut of knowledge to pass the test! The mix of test questions needs to be much heavier on the sectional chart knowledge. There are MANY questions that appeared on the real test that never came up in this app. Although I passed, it had more to do with my prior experience as a commercial full scale pilot, not this app.
    more
  • Sep 13, 2018

    By Charlie Parker
    I have had to start the practice test over four times. The software seems to ask me a lot of questions that I need to study more I have not yet been able to finish a test yet to grade it. This makes it ridiculous. It should auto save your current test.
    more
  • Apr 14, 2021

    By Ken Nagel
    Annoying. I can never get the quiz to load where I left off. I don't think they updated for the new regs in 2021

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