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HERO Exam Session

Aug 06, 2022 (Sat)
10:00-12:00pm HST
Test Fee:
98-1650 Kaʻahumanu St, Pearl City, HI 96782, USA
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W4VEC Volunteer Examiners Club of America
Slots available:
3 / 10 slots claimed
Notes from the team:

Hawaii Emergency Radio Operators (HERO) is sponsoring an in-person paperless exam session. This exam will be held at Waiau District Park, 98-1650 Kaʻahumanu Street, Pearl City, HI. 96782. Look for the big blue-topped tent.

For registration issues or questions, contact “RC” Anderson, Ph.D. - WH6FQE at cell: 808-224-3930, office: 808-800-4387 ext. 1, or WH6FQE@mail.com

You can find out more information about Hawaii Emergency Radio Operators by visiting our website at www.HERO.Radio

Standard test requirements for each applicant are as follows:

  1. A government issued photo ID is required.
  2. If you have recently passed an exam and have not yet received your license, bring any CSCE credits that may apply.
  3. FRN number is required to register for the exam session. You may obtain your FRN number at the following website: https://www.fcc.gov/wireless/support/universal-licensing-system-uls-resources/getting-fcc-registration-number-frn
  4. Active email address.
  5. Fee: $12 cash, no checks, exact change.
  6. An Android tablet device for taking the paperless examination will be provided. For exam integrity, candidates are not allowed to supply their own electronic devices for the exam session.
  7. No caps, smart watches, ear buds, headsets, etc. may be worn during the exam session.
  8. If you want to use a calculator, you must be able to demonstrate to the Volunteer Examiners that the memory has been cleared out and that no formulas or settings remain within its memory. Such formulas and settings can be reprogrammed back into the calculator once we verify the memory has been cleared.
  9. Please make sure that you arrive to the exam session site a few minutes early so that we may begin the exam session on time. Late arrivals will not be allowed to enter so that we do not disturb others who are taking their exams.