Amateur Radio Exams - Marble Falls, TX
Date: Saturday, April 23, 2022
Time: 10A - 2P
Location: Marble Falls, TX - EMS Bldg (Training Room)
609 Industrial Blvd, Marble Falls, TX 78654
Exams to be offered: Technician, General, Extra Class
Cost: $14 per exam session. If you pass elements required for all classes of exams (i.e. You're going to try for Tech, General & Extra in this session) the cost is $15 to adjust for additional resources for all three exams.
Requirements for testing: The FCC now requires registering for an FRN prior to being granted a license. SSN are on longer accepted for use on the NCVEC 605 Application form. The link to request an FRN is below:
At the time of this posting, there is NO CHARGE for the Amateur Radio License. Notification has recently been released about fee changes. https://www.arrl.org/news/view/new-amateur-radio-license-applications-fee-to-become-effective-april-19-2022
Also, please register with the Volunteer Examiner Group by email to the Contact Volunteer Examiner at KC0TA.US@GMAIL.COM and include the exam(s) you plan to take. We are planning to test 20 applicants by appointment. No walk-ins for THIS session due to short notice of available locations for holding exam sessions. Walk-ins will be allowed in future sessions.
Additional Requirements for the exam: If you think you will need to work out calculations on the exam, please bring a non-programmable calculator to the exam session since cell phone usage will be prohibited due to exam security concerns!
Michael Robinson, KC0TA
W5YI-VEC - CVE
ARRL-VEC - CVE
AREA (V.E.) VOLUNTEER EXAMINE SESSIONS
Okay, WHAT IS A VE Session? It is a name used to confuse NEW Hams before they can become Hams!
No, really, I have seen folks at almost every Ham Convention I have been to stand right in front of the V.E. sign (telling you where the test is located)
and ask "Where do I take my Ham test at ... No one bothered to explain that VE session and the test ARE the same thing.
A VE Session is a test session, for people to become Hams or for Hams to upgrade their licenses.
The VE refers to the great folks that VOLUNTEER (Volunteer Examiners) their time to administer the tests
Classes and Tests are occasionally offered in the Llano/Burnet County area by the HLARC members
Watch this website for info on scheduled classes
For test sessions in Austin
The Austin/Round Rock area has several test sessions per month as well as new ham classes. These change frequently
Your best resource is a regional newsletter that is updated weekly by the Austin Amateur Radio Club
For test schedules and news about classes see: The swapnet newsletter on Austin ARC site