Pre-Registration is Required. See sign up form in section 2 of this page.
The Gordon West Technician Study manual will be used for this course. Need your class textbook? You can conveniently purchase it from Amazon at this link:
⦁ The class starts Saturday at 8:00 A.M. at the Queensbury Central Fire Co. Doors open 7:30 am. ⦁ Full day of classes on Saturday with live radio demonstrations ⦁ Review and exam on Sunday ⦁ Cost: $25.00 grade school and high school students, (with student ID), $40.00 adults, includes exam fee, lunch, and snacks. First responders get $5.00 off adult fee, with verifying ID.⦁ Register and pay by October 5th, 2018.
Location for this session is:Queensbury Central Fire Co,17 Layfette StreetQueensbury, NY 12804
How to Prepare for Your Technician ClassOne of the first questions we often get asked is “How should I prepare for the exam?” Well if you’re familiar with the game of football, teams put together a game plan in preparation for their next opponent. Based on our years of experience in the hobby we will present to you a game plan that will provide you a great chance to pass your Technician Class License. Study Material
⦁ All of the questions for your Technician Class Licensing exam come from a standard 394 Question Pool, of which only 35 will appear on your exam. ⦁ Our class uses the Gordon West Technician Class Manual and additional study guides that will be provided at the class ⦁ There are many ways to obtain study information, such as the ARRL study manuals and online web sites. This is a fast paced, jam-packed review class. You must study before the class to pass your licensing exam. ⦁ Once you have your manual you should immediately get a yellow highlighter and highlight the correct answers. This will help focus you on only the correct materials. ⦁ A WORD OF CAUTION – don’t memorize the letter as the correct answer. It is possible that the exam can rearrange what letter is next to the correct answer. ⦁ Once you have gone through the entire book and highlighted everything you now can begin studying. ⦁ The 30-30 Method: I recommend you take an average of 30 minutes each day for 30 days prior to the test in order to prepare for the exam.
⦁ One thing that has remained consistent throughout all of our previous classes: Those that put in the time to prepare, passed the test. The Day Before The Class
⦁ At this point, if you’ve studied, you are very close to passing your exam. ⦁ Take a break today by treating yourself to a good dinner or just relax. ⦁ Get a good night’s rest. This is a compressed class and everything moves swiftly.
⦁ Bottom line: If you spend time studying, you will pass the exam.
Class RegistrationThe registration deadline is the 28th of February 2018, so that we can get all the necessary materials out to you and give you the necessary time to study for the class. Any exceptions contact Frank KA5VVI. Please fill out the registration form by clicking "next" below and we will be in touch with you ASAP.
Email questions to:
Frank Gitto - KA5VVI firstname.lastname@example.org 518-793-7345 21 Hoyt Avenue, Glens Falls, NY 12801
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