The Amateur Extra license exam is a 50 question test drawn from a pool of questions. The question pool is divided into 10 subelements [E0—E9]. Each subelement is subdivided into topics groups. There are 50 topics represented in the question pool. The questions and associated answer choices will be shuffled on the license exam.
Only show correct answers. Show question numbers. Highlight correct answers. Which is a commonly accepted value for the lowest voltage that can cause a dangerous electric shock? Why is it unwise to install a ampere fuse in the place of a 5-ampere fuse? Which of these precautions should be taken when installing devices for lightning protection in a coaxial cable feedline?
Technician, General and Extra class pool questions with only the correct answers
Has it already been four years? You might be asking what I am talking about, I am talking about the question pool for the Technician Class License. This year is the Technician, next year will be the General and Extra will be the next year, then a break for a year and back to the Technician class. This allows for the questions to stay up to date with current things that are going on in the amateur radio community. Questions can be rewritten, removed or new questions can be added.
Each question pool must contain at least 10 times the number of questions required for a single examination. Each question pool must be published and made available to the public prior to its use for making a question set. The question pools are normally valid for 4 years and the current Question Pools are as follows:. Each FCC Element or question pool consists of at least 10 times the number of questions required for a single examination and is released to the public normally 6 months prior to becoming effective for use in examinations to allow plenty of time for publication and study.