Hamstudy.org has everything you need to study and pass the test (free). Once you begin to pass the practice tests at 85% or better, you are ready to test.Stanley76 wrote: ↑Fri Dec 18, 2020 12:19 pmOk, I am serious about getting into this. I'm totally ignorant on the subject but I ordered the ARRL Ham Radio License Manual on Kindle. I might get the book version. I've got a lot of learning to do and I started by watching a intro video on Youtube where I found out it is good to join a local club and find an mentor (Elmer?). There is no club near me so I was wondering if any of you guys would help me out with questions when I get started. I also found that I can take the test online which sounds good to me but I wouldn't mind driving for a few hours to take it at a club if that is better. Anyway, I have a lot to learn. Any help would be appreciated.
Good luck, hope to see you on the bands soon.