Studying For Your HAM Radio License

Posted on 2023-08-18
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[Mick] Here’s a tip about a quick study method for getting your HAM radio license:

My suggestion would result in your not really learning anything, so it might be better to follow the advice of others. However, if you’re primarily interested in just passing the test as quickly and painlessly as possible (which was my goal), then you could go to and print out the entire question pool for the tech exam. You could print it with just the correct answers. If you read the entire question pool every day for 3 days (it would take about 45 minutes), then on day 4 you could start taking practice tests over and over (for free, on that website). Take the practice tests as fast as you can, and read over the questions that you missed. You could do this for about 30 minutes per day. By day 7 or 8, you’d be scoring in at least the 70s; and by day 9 or 10, you’d be scoring in the high 80s to high 90s. You only need something like a 74% o 76% to pass.


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