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Updated 1/22/2016  Saturdays starts at 10 AM ends at noon. Be there around 9:30 AM.

MARCH 12   /  JUNE 11  /  SEPTEMBER 10  /  DECEMBER 10

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Pre-registration is NOT required.

  End of an Era: FCC Dropped Morse Testing for All Amateur License Classes!

  Stamford Government Center Taking The Exam What You Will Need

  If you are taking an exam --- PLEASE BRING.

          1. Test fee ---  $15.00. check preferred.

          2. For those who are new to ham radio or have an expired license, please bring two forms of

              ID -- one must be photo ID.

          3. For those upgrading, bring of your license or relevant CSCE(s) and a photo ID.
              The Test fee is charged once, no matter whether taking any one, two or three.

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 


     

 

 

 

 

 

 

      

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The examinations start at 10 AM ends at noon. Be there around 9:30 AM. No pre registration is required.

The test fee is charged once, no matter whether taking any one, two, three test elements, one time.
Retests of an element failed at the same test session will require payment of an additional test fee.

Pencils and Supplies: Please bring at least one #2 pencil with eraser for filling out the test answers,
plus a pen for filling out the forms. You may bring blank paper for scratch pad and you may bring
a calculator as long as it is not programmable. Log and trig functions are allowed on the calculator
if you are taking an advanced test that uses those functions.

Please contact Ernest, KA1NGG to make sure all your information is correct.



If Ernest is not available contact Jon, WB2RYV.



      

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