Testing sessions are offered at various times and places. Look in the listings below to find a session near you. Some areas offer testing on a regular schedule. In those locations, no appointment is necessary - simply show up at the prescribed location for your exam. Please be on time!
In other areas, tests are given only when there is a need. In those areas, please contact the person or persons named herein for further information.
Regularly scheduled testing sessions, by city:
Please note: The Anchorage ARC VEC offers testing only for persons residing within the State of Alaska. If you live in another state, you will need to find a different VEC organization to assist you. Please try either the ARRL (American Radio Relay League) or the W5YI Group. Both of these organizations offer testing at many locations in the remaining 49 states.
Where: Hope Community Resources Office 540 W International Airport Rd When: 1st Tuesday, every month, 6:30 PM 2nd Saturday, every month, 2:00 PM Notes: Enter building thru rear door. No exams if date falls directly on a holiday (e.g.: July 4th, January 1st) Contact person: Jim Wiley, KL7CC 688-0660 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Where: Central Public Safety Building, Fire station 61 Corner of Swanson and Lucille Wasilla When: 4th Saturday, every month, 7:00 PM, unless holiday Contact: Ken Slauson, KL7VE 376-8698 email: email@example.com (or) Ken@Slauson.us Notes: Please call to confirm appointment for exam
Where: Noel Wein Public Library Conference Room 1215 Cowles St When: First Saturday, every month 1:00 PM Contact person: Mike Perry, AL7F Phone: 1-907-590-7215 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The following areas offer testing on an as-needed basis. Contact the person listed for further information.
Kenai - Soldotna:
Contact Person: Max Carpenter, WA7B Phone: 394-2907 E-Mail: None at this time
Contact person: Jerry Prindle, KL7HFI Phone: 789-7291 E-Mail: email@example.com ____________________________________________
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Use the links below to learn more:
List of Volunteer Examiners by name
List of Volunteer Examiners by location
What do I need to bring to the exam session?
What happens after I pass my exam?
Where to find study materials for the written tests.
Learning the Morse Code - tools and techniques.
How can I become a Volunteer Examiner?
Volunteer Examiners Instruction Manual