So, the big, wingy, smart, talking, fire-breathin', scaly fella from this question managed (somehow) to become a legal permanent resident of the USA (green card or citizenship). Now, he wishes to get his private pilot's license so he can use those wings without having to worry about the FAA yelling at him for it.
How much of the Private Pilot's License exam would he have to study for, and how much of the exam would he find intuitive as someone who's been on the wing for his whole life? (Assume his examiner is using the new, shiny Airman Certification Standards instead of the old, crusty Practical Test Standards, and that no part of the test is being waived.)
(Also assume that he can get a waiver from FAR part 91.109 or equivalent, aka the dual controls requirement, for his practical test, with the examiner either observing from the ground or riding dragonback if he's intrepid enough to do so ;)