Please invite anyone and join the email@example.com if you want to be a new ham or get your General license or to help others to study. We don’t charge any fees.
We will have 2 gathering and both will be at 70th and Nicollet (Richfield Community Center) first day is March 1st Wed 7-9pm. 2nd is March 5th Sunday 2-5pm. Both days will be reviewing the same questions and anyone can go-to both. we will be covering T1, T2, G1, & G2 (This will be explained below.)
At all gatherings member’s are encouraged to take their own notes & bring a study guide to use as a reference. Anyone may ask questions to the group or any of the Elmer’s at anytime.
I am using www.hamstudy.org to sub group the questions. Questions are marked as T1A, T2B, or G1A, G12A (first letter equals Tech or Gen, the number relates to the test number in a group, & last letter defines the group of a type of questions.) All test guides use this same numbering.
If you need help to understanding of a question or an idea to share please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you. We have Elemers in this group ready to help you.
This study group is for anyone to learn how to get their new ham radio license (Technician license) &/or to help anyone to learn their General license regardless of affiliations. This is sponsored primarily by Richfield Amateur Radio Club and Richfield CERT team.
Sub organizations we support are: Bloomington Communications Group, Bloomington Amateur Radio Association, & Minnesota Emergency Preparedness Meetup.
We encourage everyone to support the Bloomington Amateur Radio VE Team for the official testing location per their location to our gathering locations. We don’t require people to take their test to anyone testing group, but we will track Bloomington’s VE’s testing times and fees.
Finally our study group is asking everyone to spend 20mins a day to study 14 or less questions by hamstudy.org‘s sub group sets under “Read Questions” the series of G1A, or T1A, and then use the “flash cards” of G1, or T1 under its study sub set. Then work on G2A or T2A series and repeat.