In need of basic prep...

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I'm 14. I know that's pretty young to be a pilot, but I do believe that I will start a drone business (or join one), after I am 16 and [hopefully] pass the Rule 107 exam. Now, I've been paranoid about breaking any rules, and landing myself in jail. I try my very best to fly safe, although nobody is perfect. Occasionally I don't have the smoothest landing, and sometimes cut a few leaves before recovering, but I think I am reasonably responsible with my precious Phantom 3 4K. I need help in one aspect. A basic outline of the 107 exam, so I can start studying right away. I don't need professional help just yet.
 

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For your basic outline, the first place anyone should start is the FAA's ACS (Airman Certification Standards). They define >every< topic that may be covered in the written test. Here's a link:

http://www.uav-groundschool.com/library/uas_acs.pdf

Also, check out Gold Seal's YouTube channel:

Gold Seal Remote Pilot

The short videos cover everything from NOTAMs and TFRs to filing your submission on IACRA.
 
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