Questions missed on the FAA Exam

Questions missed on the FAA Exam
February 25, 2017 No Comments Instructor's Corner Tim Trott

The following are Pilot Learning Test codes for questions some students have missed on the FAA UAG exam:

PLT040  Interpret Airspaces Classes - Charts Diagrams
PLT059  Interpret METAR/SPECI report
PLT061  Interpret PIREP
PLT064  Interpret Sectional Chart
PLT127  Density Altitude
PLT161  Airspace Classes, limits, requirements, restrictions, airspeeds
PLT194  Collision avoidance, scanning techniques
PLT271  Human Factors (ADM) judgement
PLT323  NOTAMS, classes, information, distribution
PLT328  Peformance Planning aircraft loading
PLT345  Pressure altitude
PLT370  Air Traffic Controll authorizatoin
PLT393  Controlled restricted airspace - requirements
PLT399  Display/inspection of licenses and certificates
PLT493  Dynamics of frost/ice/snow formation on aircraft
PLT511  Weather associated with frontal activity
PLT512  Weather, temperature, moisture, dewpoint

Please share the PLT codes of questions you miss on your exam so we can pass along the information to our students.

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Tim Trott Tim Trott is an FDLE certified instructor (#329775), and Certified Remote Pilot. and also passed the FAA Fundamentals of Instruction and Ground School exam and was granted one of the first 400 Section 333 Exemptions. As a writer, Tim has several books and e-books on Amazon.com, including FAA 107 UAG Remote Pilot Study Guide, The Droner's Guide (#15 in its category) and Out of the Blue - The Life and Legend of Kirby 'Sky King' Grant. Many of these courses are available for on-site training through TrainingForceUSA.com. Tim Trott has conducted training courses in Boston, Mass., Texas City and Wichita Falls, Texas, as well as Broward College in Ft. Lauderdale, Valencia Community College in Orlando, Pat Thomas Law Enforcement Academy in Tallahassee, and Gulf Coast Public Service Academy in Panama City, Florida. Between online and on-site training, Tim Trot has trained close to 1,000 students in various aspects of small Umanned Aircraft Systems operation.