Test sessions for amateur radio are administered by volunteer examiners.
- Arrive on time for the session
- Bring two forms of identification, one of which is a legal photo ID
- Bring the $15 required for the testing/processing fee
- Bring a pen or pencil
- You may bring a calculator
- For upgrades: Bring the original and a copy of your current License and any CSCEs you may have
If you take a class the test may be given in-class. If you are upgrading your license or have completed some part of a previous test be sure to bring copies and the originals of your current license and CSCEs.
The Lake Monroe Amateur Radio Society conducts monthly amateur radio exams for all elements on the third Saturday at the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office off of 17-92 on 100 Eslinger Way (previously Bush Blvd.) in Sanford, across from Flea World. Be there at 9:15AM. For more information and registration contact Bob Cumming at 407-333-0690 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Third Saturday of each month at the Lake Amateur Radio Association in Tavares on Highway 473, one mile from US 441, at 8:30AM. There is a talk-in available on frequency 147.255 MHz. For more information contact Paul Branch, K3NON, at email@example.com.
OARC will give ARRL tests on the first Wednesday of each month at the Beardall Senior Center at the corner of Gore and Delaney. Be there at 5:30PM. Contact Val, AK4MM, at 407-841-0874 or firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
First Saturday of each month at 10AM at the Cagans Crossing Library on Rt. 27, Clermont, FL. Walk-ins are welcome. To confirm, email email@example.com.
Second Thursday at Golden Corral Restaurant on Kirkman Road and Vineland, Orlando, at 11:15AM. Walk-ins are welcome. To confirm, email firstname.lastname@example.org.