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Information on the 2019 Basic Ham License course presented by the London Amateur Radio Club can be found on this page. The information on the 2018 course is below, and contains some useful reference information.
This page is updated to reflect the latest information on the ham license course - Doug Elliott, LARC Education Coordinator. If you have any questions, please contact me at email@example.com .
You can download the question bank, with the correct answers indicated, from this web page
-it's on Saturday Dec 8, starting at 9:00 in the large room at the Beacock Library
-it's a 100 question, multiple choice test, with 4 choices for each question
-It's a closed book exam, and you can NOT bring your study guide, or any notes, or any formula sheets
-you can, and should, bring:
-2 sharp pencils and an eraser
-some blank paper for calculations, and to write formulas on
-a simple calculator that has square root, but not one that can store formulas
-your choice of Ham call signs, for your license application. Check availability here:
-suggest you write down formulas on your blank paper as soon as you start the exam
-there's no time limit, so take your time and relax
-don't spend a lot of time on any one question - go on to the other questions and come back to the dificult ones
Stay tuned for more details, and feel free to contact the Education Coordinator with any questions not answered below:
Doug Elliott VA3DAE
cell: (519) 630-8925
What if I have to miss a session? Most students miss one or two sessions for various reasons. This isn't usually a problem, as long as you:
Will the fee still be $100, same as last year? Yes it will. LARC will absorb the additional costs associated with adding 2 more sessions to the course.
Will the same Study Guide be used? Yes, we will still be using the 9th edition of the study guide, which looks like this:
What if I already have the Study Guide? The course fee includes $50 for the Study guide we provide, which is essentially our cost. If you already have the Study Guide, we will reduce the fee by $50.
Is there a yearly renewal fee once I get my ham license? No, your license is yours for life, with no additional fees. However, we'd love to have you join the London Amateur Radio Club, which does have a low yearly membership fee. The first year is free as part of the course.