The FAA Part 107 Remote Pilot Test Prep course is designed to give you the best chance possible of passing your Remote Pilot exam. I'm using proven methods from over 15 years of civilian and military flight instructor experience.
These include two methods of assessment: quizzes and tests.
You'll be presented with a quiz after each module.
The quiz will assess your retention of key topics covered in that module. Don't worry, you don't need a certain grade to pass.
If you get a question wrong, you'll get to see what the correct answer is along with an explanation as to why your answer was incorrect. At the end of that quiz, you'll see a list of all questions you got right & wrong, with these explanations.
Use this opportunity to study and understand why the correct answer is correct.
You'll have a test at the end of each chapter.
The test is an assessment of your understanding of the material covered in that chapter. These tests do require a passing grade to continue in the course.
If you still don't understand enough of the material by the end of the chapter, you'll need to go back to that appropriate section and brush up on it.
You have a much higher chance of success if you go look up the wrong answers yourself rather than me giving them to you during the test. Don't worry, the number in the [brackets] tell you in which module you'll find that answer so you don't have to hunt around for it.
In the example below, I'd see that I need to go to module 3.5 to find out why I got this wrong. I can go to the text for 3.5 and find the answer there and/or take the quiz for 3.5, which will show me the answer/explanation. Just note that some quizzes contain a small random selection of questions from a larger question bank and you may not see that question the first time through.
Passing these tests nearly ensures you'll pass the FAA Remote Pilot test. That, and it's a limitation of the system that inhibits showing correct answers when passing grades are required :) It's all for your benefit.
You won't get to see which answers you got incorrect or why on the actual test, so the practice test is intended to be similar.
The FAA does not make their question bank public to anyone, including test prep entities. Therefore, it's imperative that you understand the heart of the material and don't get into the habit of expecting to memorize questions & answers.