NCVEC Announces Third Public Domain Release of 2016-2020 Amateur Extra Question Pool
The National Conference of Volunteer Examiner Coordinators (NCVEC) has released the third revision of the Amateur Extra class (Element 4) question pool that goes into effect on July 1. This revision supplants the Element 4 question pools released on January 8 and February 5 and includes two errata of corrections, modifications, and various editorial changes. The Element 4 question pool diagrams are in a separate document.
“We would like to remind the public that users of question pool documents are free to correct minor typographical or punctuation errors, including obvious minor omissions of same,” the NCVEC Question Pool Committee said in releasing this revision. “Such corrections must not cause a change in the meaning of a question or any of the proposed answers to the questions.”
The QPC notes that FCC Part 97 rule citations are not a part of the exam question itself, but are included for reference purposes, and that errors in or changes to Part 97 are not considered adequate reason to remove a question from the pool.
The QPC invites comments and questions. — Thanks to the NCVEC Question Pool Committee