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I’m putting together a shared folder for those that want to get licensed with amateur radio. There are three license (aka elements) tests that can be achived.
I have included everything you need for the Tech test so far. The link includes a study guide and all of the published FCC test questions.
Here is the material (I recommend only reading the question and the correct answer when reviewing the question pool)
Here is the link to find a testing location near you
Cost is minimal. I think I paid $15 in 2002, but there really is no fee. The FCC simply allows clubs to recoup the cost of mailing of materials. Some clubs don’t charge anything.
Some sample online tests are located here for Technician (I recommend taking each one because the formats are different and can help you learn more)
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