Well, I was where you are Scott - but I worked backward and it helped me. I learned the answers for each section, then started studying the materials. I found some of it can be quite dry and make your eyes glaze over. But once I understood what information I was looking for, understanding the why give it a practical application for understanding it.
I may still take the exam at some point, but I ended up not buying the radio I had my eye on, so I ended up putting it off.
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- Fri Jun 02, 2017 8:51 am
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- Topic: Where to begin with a HAM radio?
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There are HAM study apps for smartphones now as well - can't remember the name of some of the better apps, but I was considering getting my license a while back and had gotten a study guide that would randomly generate possible questions that have been known to be on the test and grade you. The better ones will not only tell you when you get it wrong but point you to the information so you can understand why you got it wrong.