The National Conference of Volunteer Examiner Coordinators (NCVEC) has announced the release of the 2018-2022 Amateur Radio Element 2 Technician class license question pool into the public domain. Each question pool must be published and made available to the public prior to its use as a question set, from which individual examinations are developed.
Alert the NCVEC Question Pool Committee to any necessary corrections or typographical errors.
The new Technician license question pool contains 428 questions. It will become effective for all Technician class license examinations starting on July 1, 2018.
The NCVEC Question Pool Committee hereby releases into public domain the 2018-2022 Technician Class, Element 2, Question pool.
This pool becomes effective for all Element 2 license examinations administered on July 1, 2018 and is valid until June 30, 2022.
Files containing the question pool are available in PDF (Portable Document Format), Microsoft Word .DOC format, and .TXT format.
Three figures are used in the pool, and these are available as separate .jpeg and .pdf files.
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