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.
Getting a ham radio license can open up a whole new world of discovery, community, friendship, and public service. They can take part in contests with their fellow hams, meet each other in person, and even attend ham conventions with hundreds or even thousands of other ham radio enthusiasts. During natural disasters and other emergencies, ham operators can literally save lives, as they are often called upon to perform vital communication services when all others are inoperable. These are just a few of the reasons many ham radio operators think ham radio is one of the most fulfilling and rewarding hobbies a person can have.
Today, there are over , people who hold an amateur radio license. There are two main reasons for this renewed interest in ham radio. The first one is the decision by the Federal Communications Commission in to stop requiring ham operators to know how to send and interpret Morse code.
LEARN not memorize! Why our FREE ham radio practice exams are the best. Note: In the FCC eliminated the Morse code examination requirement for all classes of amateur radio licenses.