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Here are some links that may be helpful in studying for your test.
www.HamRadioMastery.com – Created by local ham KK4SGS
If you are having problems with any part of the study materials, use the “Contact Us” page to send us a message and we can assign an ‘Elmer’ to you to help you with questions about getting your Amateur License.
You can also join the club e-mail list and ask questions on the club’s e-mail list. Use the “Contact Us” page to send us a message and ask to join the e-mail list.
Then once you are a member of the list, simply post any questions there and you should get your questions answered there.
Once you feel comfortable with taking the sample tests and you have had all of your questions concerning the test materials answered, go take the test.
Here is a list of local test sessions
VE TESTING SESSIONS
Lynchburg Amateur Radio Club Inc.
Testing sessions are normally held at 2 PM on the 2nd Sunday of each month.
Lyn Dan Heights Volunteer Fire Department
578 Lawyers Rd
Lynchburg, VA 24502
Contact Judy Friel, AC4RG, at 434-525-6142.
Danville – no known testing at this time
Galax – 2nd Friday each month, 7 p.m.
Classroom #1 at Twin City Regional Hospital. Contact David Roberts at 540-773-2446.
Richmond – Second Saturday of all odd months – Sponsor: Richmond ARC – Time: 9:00 AM (Walk-ins allowed) Location: Bon Air United Methodist Church 1645 Buford Road www.rarclub.net Richmond VA 23235-4274
(804) 399-8724 Contact: Allan F. Johnson Email: firstname.lastname@example.org VEC: ARRL/VEC
Roanoke — 2nd Sunday except June and December, 2 p.m.
American Red Cross, Church Avenue SW. Contact Ray Crampton (540)992-2844.
Harrisonburg – 2nd Saturday even months only 9 a.m.,
Room #2, East Building, Massanutten VoTech Center. Contact Brown Snyder at 540-434-3113.
Often there are tests at HamFests and sometimes they are free. So find the nearest hamfest and make it happen!
Page last edited on June 24, 2023