Study sessions begins at 8AM and runs through 1 PM. Exams are from 1 PM – 4 PM.
Fee: Class and Test: $25. Test only: $14.
Registration required: email@example.com
Bring a photo ID, SSN, or FRN, and cash for fees. If you are testing for an upgrade, please bring a copy of your current license grant. I would recommend registering for your FCC FRN and bringing that. Just follow the instructions on the link provided.
This session is sponsored by Morgan Hill EOS, San Benito County Amateur Radio Association, and W5YI-VEC.
- So, what is a ham cram? – A ham cram is where you go and study the test material for either the Technician or General Amateur Radio exam and then immediately take the exam following the study period. It is a fairly effective way for you to get your tech or general license in one day. Youth down to about 12 years old have also been very successful using this method.
- But I don’t learn anything this way. I just learn to take the test! – That is true to an extent. I have always said the test is not really the test. Getting on the air is the test. Many people find the equipment intimidating or overwhelming. Some people take their test, pass, and yet never get on the air! We have great local clubs and groups that can help you with radio selection, programming, and getting you on the air. Just ask!