UAG/RPC FAA Exam Update
According to information from aviation attorney Jon Rupprecht, the current FAA RPC/UAG exams are based on the following: I. Regulations 15%– 25% II. Airspace & Requirements 15% – 25% III. Weather 11% – 16% IV. Loading and Performance 7% – 11% V. Operations 35% – 45% Area II and Area V will make up 50%-70%
My friend Jon Rupprecht, P.A. has provided us with a new, more challenging FAA practice exam on his web site that I would recommend. It’s available for download HERE. Give it a try and see how you do! You will find two other practice exams in PDF in the last section of the 107 course.
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)