TARA'S HAM CRAM CLASS     

Learn and Earn your Amateur Radio Technician License
(review exam questions and answers, then take the test ! )
in
ONE DAY!

The
*General & Extra Exams
will also be offered,
BUT,
the
HAM CRAM REVIEW
is for the Technician License Exam ONLY !



WHEN
Saturday, April 28th
WHERE
Barton Hospital
Board Room
2170 South Ave.,
South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150


>>> click here for DIRECTIONS ONCE AT THE HOSPITAL <<<.


Time Schedule
9:30am to 11:30am - Exam Question Review (part 1)
11:30am to 12:00pm - Lunch
TARA will provide a sandwhich, chips and water for lunch
or you may bring your own

12:00pm to 2:30pm - Exam Question Review (part 2)

VE EXAMS
3:00:pm to 4:00pm - Exam and grading
( Please plan on staying until 4:30pm due exam grading time )

Here's a Flyer to print
for Spreading the
HAM CRAM Info!


As the HAM CRAM portion of the class has reached capacity the last two years,
Please contact WA6EWV to register
for the HAM CRAM CLASS
Actual VE Exam Session is available on a walk-in basis without attending the class
In the case of exceeding the room capacity for testing from exam "walk-ins",
ham cram participants are guaranteed they will be tested!


Email contact:

Paul - WA6EWV

or
telephone: 530.544.5138

Confirmed Registration as of April 6, 2018

# Name # Name
1 Doug 2 Lenny
3 Jeremiah 4 Greg
5 Jenn 6 Jenn's Husband
7 Dustin 8 Bob
9 Heinz 10 Bill
11 Di 12 Trevor
13 Ben 14 Scott
15 Wendy 16


Additional Exam room information:
Please note:  If you have any special requirements to allow you to take the exam,
please contact me at least 2 weeks ahead of time to see if we can accommodate your needs.

The exam grading process may take as long as one hour after you turn in your test.
Please allow extra time for the examiners to provide an acurate grade
AND
To fill out the required FCC paperwork !

A re-test MAY be available, depending on time.
Memory and equation type calculators may be used AFTER you satisify the examiner that the memory has been cleared!
The VEC exam regulations require that we provide you any scratch paper, and that scratch paper will be turned into examiners along with your test answer sheet.


LEVEL 1: Technician Class License

TECHNICIAN EXAM REQUIREMENT: 35-question Technician Written Exam (multiple choice) No Morse Code Exam
PRIVILEGES: All VHF/UHF amateur bands (frequencies above 30 MHz), and limited operations in certain HF bands.

LICENSE STUDY MATERIALS:
Your instructors will teach from The ARRL Technician Q&A License Manual tech book - level 1
The most popular license for beginners is the Technician Class license, which requires only 26 correct answers out of a 35 question multiple-choice examination.
The test is written with the beginner in mind.

The exam covers basic regulations, operating practices, and electronics theory, with a focus on VHF and UHF applications. Morse Code is not required for this license.

With a Technician Class license, you will have all ham radio privileges above 30 megahertz (MHz). These privileges include the very popular 2-meter band.

Many Technician licensees enjoy using small (2-meter) hand-held radios to stay in touch with other hams in their area. Technicians may operate FM voice, digital packet (computers), television, single-sideband voice and several other interesting modes. You can even make international radio contacts via satellites, using relatively simple station equipment. Technician licensees now also have additional privileges on certain HF frequencies. Technicians may also operate on the 80, 40, and 15 meter bands using CW, and on the 10 meter band using CW, voice, and digital modes.


Additional Requirements
The cost of the ARRL VEC exam session is *$15.00
*Cash or Check Only - Please

A Valid Legal Government issued Photo ID
This requirement is usually met with a driver's license,
but it can be a passport
or other legal identification card with your photo on it.

>>If a photo ID is not available, <<
>>you must present any TWO of the following:
<<
Non-photo ID/driver's license (some states still have them);
Social Security Card;
Birth certificate (must have the appropriate seal);
Minor's work permit, school report card, school ID card or library card;
Utility bill, bank statement or other business correspondence that specifically names the person;
Postmarked envelope addressed to the person at his or her current mailing address as it appears on the Form 605.


Also, we will need either your
Social Security Number
OR
(better)
you'll need to obtain an
FRN
(FCC Registration Number)
from the
Federal Communications Commision
.
This is a number that is used to identify all persons in the FCC database.
If you'd rather not show your SSN to us,
the FCC FRN is the ONLY way
we can complete your application.
If you need help, contact us via email as noted below.

*For Test Session upgrades, (gen or extra), you will need your FRN (ssn will not be allowed by FCC).
Also your CSCE and / or FCC license.

Federal Communications Commission Information
Access the FCC Universal Licensing page for info and to obtain your FRN by clicking the Icon Below.

 Click to visit FCC Amateur Radio Service Site

It is
highly recommened
that your purchase your own
Q&A manual

and
!! STUDY AHEAD OF TIME !!
to be prepared for the class on April 28th!!
(our personal statistics show a PASS RATE of +90% with pre-study and less then 50% rate for NON pre-study)


For additional information
Please contact: Paul - WA6EWV

For details on books, visit the ARRL
or any other book source such as
Amazon
which has books and kindel versions!

to obtain your Q&A manual.

 Here are some "CHEAT SHEETS" in pdf 
Get to know these schematic symbols and terms to make the exam "Easy!"
print them for reference

AND there are on-line resources (FREE!) to help you prepare for your Technician Exam


On-Line Practice Exams:
Practice with the actual questions and answers until you're confident of success!

QRZ.com
eHam.net
AA9PW.COM
Ham Study.org
Ameican Radio Relay League
ARRL Amateur Radio Information

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