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.
If you are interested in becoming an amateur radio operator, we suggest you start by visiting the American Radio Relay League (ARRL) or the ARRL's introduction to ham radio page. The ARRL also has information on where you can take your official test at their Amateur Radio Examination Opportunities page. FCC application forms can be found at the FCC web site or at their FTP site.
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