Classes are NOT required, you can self study and take an exam. In our classes, we use this tool to study the entire question pool. I've tried to emulate it on my pages but it's just not the same. The attached web site will no longer be updated but is valid until such time the various exams age out. Please visit and feel free to use this site:

Technician class (Element 2) question pool effective July 1, 2022 through June 30, 2026

General class (Element 3) question pool effective July 1, 2023 through June 30, 2027

Amateur Extra (Element 4) question pool effective July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2024 follows the sequence of the ARRL manuals, and is the only exam preparation site that does so. At least that I am aware of. So if you study from the ARRL manuals, this is the site to use. Other sites will jump around in the manual which makes studying more difficult, IMHO. 


On, you can prepare for all three exams, Technician, General and Amateur Extra. The best part about it is that it is 100% FREE! When you register at, you select which class of license you wish to study. Regisering installs a cookie on your device, which could be a smartphone, tablet, PC, Windows or Mac. It will keep track of your progress but you need to log back into the site from the same device. The backend server does not save any information, it simply presents the entire question pool(s). When studying you will see the same questions and answers, correct and incorrect answers, that you might see on your exam. So when you take the exam, there will be no surprise questions or answers. The study course is broken up into smaller chunks making it easier to digest. The students with the most success are those which have used this tool extensively. Candidates who have failed the exam comment that they do dozens of Practice Exams. Practice exams will generate a 35 question sample exam from the entire question pool. Statistics for the Technician exam reflect that you might have to take several hundred times to be exposed to all of the questions in the question pool. The recommendation is to study all the question in the question pool.

Click on New Student and Register


Select a Drill

Start Drill

Learn the questions

Notice the reference for each question in the ARRL manual. If you need more information about the question, refer to the manual and the reference ID (T5B01) in this example. 

Click on the letter of your choosing or type the letter on your keyboard



Almost all the questions have an explanation. 

Click on the correct answer letter or type the correct answer letter to proceed to the next question.


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