Are you already a pilot by chance? They threw some good curve ball questions about weather (cloud formations, etc...) that I did not recognize from the practice tests. Spend some time on weather and reading aeronautical charts. I liked using Skyvector SkyVector: Flight Planning / Aeronautical Charts for online charts. To study, I used both the FAA study guide:https://www.faa.gov/regulations_pol...s/aviation/media/remote_pilot_study_guide.pdf, and the material & practice tests on the 3DR site: FAA Part 107 Remote Drone Pilot License Resources | 3D Robotics - Drone & UAV Technology The FAA also has a free course (simplified though) here: " + ttlms_connect.course_name + " Good Luck!