2015-G1D: Volunteer Examiners and Volunteer Examiner Coordinators; temporary identification
Who may receive credit for the elements represented by an expired amateur radio license?
Any person who can demonstrate that they once held an FCC issued General, Advanced, or Amateur Extra class license that was not revoked by the FCC
Anyone who held an FCC issued amateur radio license that has been expired for not less than 5 years and not more than 15 years
Any person who previously held an amateur license issued by another country, but only if that country has a current reciprocal licensing agreement with the FCC
Only persons who once held an FCC issued Novice, Technician, or Technician Plus license
What license examinations may you administer when you are an accredited VE holding a General Class operator license?
General and Technician
Extra, General and Technician
On which of the following band segments may you operate if you are a Technician Class operator and have a CSCE for General Class privileges?
On any General or Technician Class band segment
Only the Technician band segments until your upgrade is posted in the FCC database
Only on the Technician band segments until your license arrives in the mail
On any General or Technician Class band segment except 30-meters and 60-meters
Which of the following is a requirement for administering a Technician Class license examination?
At least three General Class or higher VEs must observe the examination
At least two General Class or higher VEs must be present
At least two General Class or higher VEs must be present, but only one need be Extra Class
At least three VEs of Technician Class or higher must observe the examination
Which of the following must a person have before they can be an administering VE for a Technician Class license examination?
An FCC General Class or higher license and VEC accreditation
Notification to the FCC that you want to give an examination
Receipt of a CSCE for General Class
Possession of a properly obtained telegraphy license
When must you add the special identifier "AG" after your call sign if you are a Technician Class licensee and have a CSCE for General Class operator privileges, but the FCC has not yet posted your upgrade on its website?
Whenever you operate using General Class frequency privileges
Whenever you operate on any amateur frequency
Whenever you operate using Technician frequency privileges
A special identifier is not required as long as your General Class license application has been filed with the FCC
Volunteer Examiners are accredited by what organization?
A Volunteer Examiner Coordinator
The Federal Communications Commission
The Universal Licensing System
The Wireless Telecommunications Bureau
Which of the following criteria must be met for a non-U.S. citizen to be an accredited Volunteer Examiner?
The person must hold an FCC granted Amateur Radio license of General Class or above
The person must be a resident of the U.S. for a minimum of 5 years
The person’s home citizenship must be in ITU region 2
None of these choices is correct; a non-U.S. citizen cannot be a Volunteer Examiner
How long is a Certificate of Successful Completion of Examination (CSCE) valid for exam element credit?
For as long as your current license is valid
What is the minimum age that one must be to qualify as an accredited Volunteer Examiner?
There is no age limit
If a person has an expired FCC issued amateur radio license of General Class or higher, what is required before they can receive a new license?
The applicant must pass the current element 2 exam
They must have a letter from the FCC showing they once held an amateur or commercial license
There are no requirements other than being able to show a copy of the expired license
The applicant must be able to produce a copy of a page from a call book published in the USA showing his or her name and address
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