FAQ - Online training and exam
Frequently asked questions about online training for Remotely piloted aircraft system organisations (RO), category 2 and 3.
About the exam The test can be taken online at all traffic service offices run by the Norwegian Public Roads Administration (Statens vegvesen/NPRA) that offers «drop-in theory».
Answering the questions The questions are answered electronically. It is important to thoroughly review the examination regulations before the examination commences. Once all questions are
Attempt of cheating during the exam If observed attempting to cheat or actually cheating during the exam, CAA-Norway will ban you from re-take the exam for at least 12 months.
Contents and questions Each exam includes 40 multiple choice questions. Each question has four alternative answers where only one of the options will be correct. The order of the questions and
Exam Pilots and commanders of Remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPAS), more commonly referred to as drones, in category 2 and 3 (RO2 and RO3) must pass a theory exam to operate. This requirement
How to register for the exam You need to meet at a traffic service office (NPRA) that offers «drop-in theory». The exam is available to anyone who can show a valid ID and is able to pay the exam
If you fail the exam If you fail to answer correctly on at least 75% of the questions, you can sign up for a new exam already the following day, but we recommend to thoroughly review the syllabus
Online course Online training for drone operators in category RO2 and RO3 is available (see link below). This course is only available in Norwegian.
Passing the exam After submitting your test, you will have immediate access to the result. We urge you to keep a paper or electronic copy of it. The individual operator is responsible for
Payment You can pay the fee (NOK 1010) by cash or debit card. Credit card is not accepted.
Rules for the conduct of examinations Examination will be governed by the same regulations that are used for other examination schemes in aviation (BSL C 1-1a - Regulations on general provisions
Syllabus (symmary of topics) It is important to note that all attachments and linked contents in the course are part of the curriculum unless they are marked «for information». This includes, but