|By now you have covered most of the Theory and it is time to practice doing exam questions. There are several on-line sites that have practice multiple choice questions unfortunately the question Pool for the Irish exam isn't public knowledge so you will have to make do with on-line tests geared towards the American general licence.
Please be aware that many of the rules and regulations are different in other countries so don't concentrate too hard on getting all of the non-theory questions correct.
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|Some Sample Papers.
Hamtest.com Generates a new test paper each time you log in, this requires a Java compatible Web browser. This site is for the American FCC exams. Please select the General Test.
QRZ's Practice Amateur Radio Exams is also a good practice exam sit, since both sites are suing the same question pools there is no advantage to using both web sites.
If you find that you are having difficulty in a particular area the following Web site may be helpful
|Operating Procedure and practice|
|Most operating procedures are the same world wide, one important difference however is that different band plans are in use in different regions, here in Ireland our band plan is almost exactly the same as the Current UK band plan.
A band plan is a voluntary system of agreements designed to prevent the various modes of operation within the amateur bands from interfering with each other.
The Current UK band plan can be found on the RSGB web site at
The following pages contain some information about how to operate your station in a manner that is considerate to other operators
The following Web page is rare DX as it is In India!
Here is a comprehensive page of Ham radio Jargon which will help you understand all of the common abbreviations that are used on Air.