VE Testing

 SCARC sponsored V.E. Test Sessions – 2020

Chris Grimm K3PQ is our VE Testing examiner contact person.  People interesting in becoming an amateur radio operator or planning to upgrade their license should get in touch with Chris at the email/phone below.   The testing sessions will be held on the Wednesday after the Steel City Business meeting at 7:00 PM at the Steel City club house. {DIRECTIONS HEREPreregistration is highly recommend and will have priority, but walk-in’s will be allowed if space is available. Please read the section below “What To Bring”

Steel City ARC – 2020 – VE TESTING SESSIONS  @ 7:00pm

March 18
April 22
May 20
June 17
July 22
August 19
September 16
October 21
November 18

To make sure we have enough testing materials on hand, and that you don’t have to wait for us to get ready we are highly recommending that people interested taking the exam preregister.

Got question? Feel free to email and to register?
Chris Grimm,
VE Examiner
K3PQ {at} W3KWH {dit} COM
(412) 259-3319

Or call the club house at 412-787-0777 on any meeting night

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Street Address:
208 McMichael Road
Carnegie, Pa, 15106 U.S.A

What to Bring:

1.  A legal photo ID (driver’s license, passport)
2.  If no photo ID is available, two forms of identification:
    a.  state issue photo id card
    b. birth certificate (must have the appropriate seal)
    c. social security card
    d. library card
    e. utility bill, bank statement
3.  Students/minors may bring any school ID, minor’s work permit, report card
4.  Social Security Number (SSN) or your FCC issued Federal
Registration Number (FRN) Click here for how to get an FRN
5.  If applicable a photocopy of your current Amateur Radio
6.  Two number two pencils with erasers and a pen.
7.  A calculator with the memory erased and formulas cleared are allowed.
8.  Bring a check, a money order or cash to cover the exam session fee. Check the ARRL VEC’s current exam fees.
9. Those requiring ADA accommodation must contact the VE Team two week in advance with a doctors statement describing the disability and necessary accommodation.

To Save Time:

You can fill out the FCC paper work form 605 online then print it out.