A New Way To Upgrade Amateur radio license tests are multiple-choice with three wrong answers and one right answer for each question. Traditional test-prep materials go through the questions and all the possible answers. For the Extra test you see questions and 2, answers but 2, answers are wrong! Why be confused and frustrated studying three wrong answers for every one right answer? The focus is on the right answers and only the right answers.
Paul Bunyan Amateur Radio Club. Ham Radio Classes and Exams. The Federal Communications Commission FCC requires the successful completion of a written, multiple choice examination in order to be licensed as an Amateur Radio Operator. When there is sufficient interest, the Paul Bunyan Amateur Radio Club conducts ham radio classes to prepare prospective hams to take the FCC examinations for the technician class license.
Practice exams are for those people who would like to study for a new US amateur radio license class. The questions contained within are provided by the ARRL Organization and are selected from the same sub-elements that would be used for an official license examination. The Volunteer Examiner committee is responsible for the creation and maintainance of the question pool. The complete question pools are available on the ARRL website. For Canadian exams click here.
Complete study guide with answer explanations. Gordo's famous one-on-one class room style instruction on 4 audio CDs with track-by-track user's guide. Effective July 1, and valid through June 30, for license exam preparation. Answer explanations include highlighted keywords to help you recognize key topic words in the question and answer for test success.