The Technician, General an Extra class licenses all have ten subelements, which are pool question arranged by subject matter. An the actual VE administered test the Technician and General test has 35 questions while the Extra test has 50 Question. All question on the test are multiple choice with four different answers. The is no penalty for guessing. You need approximately 75% correct to pass. You can get up to nine questions wrong on the Technician and General test and pass. You can get up to 13 questions wrong on the Extra Test and pass.
There are two distinguishing feature on the W1UL Ham Cram website.
The Ham Cram website is a work in progress. Although there are a substantial number of features to come, what is working is working well. The use of the Ham Cram website is totally free
The only goal of the Ham Cram website is providing you with the best website to ensure your passage of a FCC ham radio license examination with a minimum amount of preparation which also gives you the highest level of confidence.
Users will shortly be required to register to use the website and log into the "Member Lounge" for training sessions. Membership identifies which class of license you are pursuing. Registration also allows us to provide you with meaningful information on you progress.
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Ham Cram Version 2.0 represents a substantial increase in user features and flexibility. The systems analysis and database structure are virtually finished. Programming will begin shortly. Version 2.0 Detailed Description