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The FAA requires you to pass the Part 107 exam and become a Remote Pilot if you want to operate a drone for anything that is not recreational. Whatever you use your drone for business purposes, to inspect roofs, to promote your monetized social media account, you need a Remote Pilot certificate.
You must be at least 16 years old, be able to speak and write English, and be physically and mentally fit to fly a drone to be able to take the test. You do not need to be a US citizen.
The fee to take the Part 107 exam is $175, & this fee is paid to the independent testing center. It is also non-refundable, even if you don't pass the test.
The FAA recommends 20 hours of studying. Devise a plan that will work best for your style of studying methods. Most students take 2 weeks.
The Part 107 test is a 60 question multiple choice exam, that covers a wide-range of topics from regulations, weather, charts, decision making, & more.
The FAA has the authority to fine you tens of thousands of dollars fines for flying without a license. Ignoring the FAA further could result in a fine of up to $250,000 and a maximum of three years of jail time.
There is no official limit to the number of times you can retake the Part 107 test if you fail it. Most people are able to pass their test on the second time attempt. Should be unlucky enough to fail it on your second try, you can register to take it a third time, after another 14-day waiting period.