Well after several years, and a hectic work schedule I have decided to spend a few hours a day studying for my technician license. Planning to test at the Huntsville Ham Fest the weekend of the 20th!
Exactly what I have been doing! Also going to go for general even if I am not too comfortable with it. Gonna try to kill 2 birds with 1 stoneWhen you find yourself passing the practice tests, go ahead and look at the general. The general is not much harder than the tech. Hamstudy.org is your friend.
No, I used books in 1984 for my Tech/General theory and a Hypercard stack (early hyperlink/hypermedia system) on a Mac in 1992 for Advanced/Extra. Both formats worked fine, the thing is to have the book/software/website generate multiple example exams from the real question pool.Did you find that a specific format increased or decreased your odds of selecting the correct answer?
It just boils down to whatever helps a person study the information.I guess I never paid any attention to the formatting. Did you find that a specific format increased or decreased your odds of selecting the correct answer?
Huntsville? Hello neighbor! AL45-70 Chnl 38 LSB often. Aka AL Buckeye, C31 AM.Well after several years, and a hectic work schedule I have decided to spend a few hours a day studying for my technician license. Planning to test at the Huntsville Ham Fest the weekend of the 20th!
It's the formality that keeps me from taking the plunge. The 5 year olds olds make me want to move up and away. There's very little etiquette anymore nor forgiveness for formality forgetfulness in the learned.73 and good luck to anyone thinking of taking the plunge. IMO it's worth the trouble. I don't really miss the Roger Beeps, Tarzan yodels, cheesy amp splatter or the operators that act like 5 year olds. So far I've just found adults who want to play radio. It's a nice change.