Ham Radio Exam Courses
What is HamTestOnline™?
- Online courses for the U.S. ham radio license exams.
- Integrates study materials with question drill, using the actual exam questions and answers.
- Tracks your progress and focuses on your weak areas, drilling questions you get wrong more often than ones you get right.
- It's a powerful combination. Just ask our students!
How effective is it?
- Top-rated on eHam.net — 97% of reviewers give us 5 stars!
- We have more 5-star user reviews than all other study methods combined!
- Try for yourself — the first 50 questions are free.
- Success guaranteed — if you fail the amateur radio license exam, we refund your subscription.
- It's a no-brainer — you pass the exam or get a full refund!
How long does it take?
- Depending on your background and memory, most students pass easily after:
- 10 study hours for the Technician class (entry-level) license exam.
- 20 study hours for the General class license exam.
- 30 study hours for the Extra class license exam.
What does it cost?
- We cost about the same as the ham radio license manuals, and we provide a lot more value.
- A 2-year subscription to the Technician course is $24.95. See price list for other courses.
Why an online course?
- Better than amateur radio classes — available 7×24, whenever you want to study.
- Better than practice exams — we teach the materials, so you learn, not memorize.
- Better than amateur radio license manuals. Books don't know Jack. Or Sue, or Fred, or you. This is the software that knows you™.
- All you need is a browser. Nothing to download or install. You are free to login from anywhere.
- Always 100% up-to-date with the latest question pool changes.
- Our database of over 100 million question responses tells us where to focus your study time!
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Note: In 2007 the FCC eliminated the Morse code examination requirement for all classes of amateur radio licenses. Of course, while there are no more Morse code exams, lots of ham radio operators still use Morse code, and you're free to join in. Read reviews on eHam of various Morse code tutoring software (including some excellent free ones). Once you've learned Morse code, a great way to improve your speed is to practice by contacting other new hams. There's always a few amateur radio operators calling a slow CQ in the Novice segments (now open to all Technician class hams!), and they're as eager to practice as you are. We say it doesn't matter how fast you copied Morse code when you took your amateur radio exams — what matters is how often you use Morse code today.