Full licence mock exam papers updated

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Full licence mock exam papers updated

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The RSGB’s Examinations and Syllabus Review Group (ESRG) has just updated the two Full licence mock exam papers. In addition, there are now worked answer pdfs for these papers so you can see the correct answer for each question and the reasoning behind it.

These mock papers are provided by the ESRG as a training aid and aren’t the exact questions included in a Full licence exam.

Foundation and Intermediate mock exam papers will have worked answers added in due course.

You can find all the mock exam papers on the Society’s website.
https://rsgb.org/main/clubs-training/tr ... ock-exams/
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Mock exams here also, they seem to be different each time you take one.
Multiple choice questions with tick boxes and you are given your score at the end.

https://radiotutor.uk/
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Hi All, have my foundation booked for next week so doing some brushing up (also preppring for intermediate i hope to book soon).

Are there any more resources online? Its a shame the RSGB only offer up one mock paper for each.

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John555 wrote: 18 Jan 2022, 13:26 Hi All, have my foundation booked for next week so doing some brushing up (also preppring for intermediate i hope to book soon).

Are there any more resources online? Its a shame the RSGB only offer up one mock paper for each.

TIA!
There's plenty online, such as Bath Based Distance Learning, Essex Ham and DX Commander who all have stuff online and on Youtube too.

Good luck and let us know how you get on.
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Sorry Ant, clean forgot to respond to this. Foundation and Intermediate knocked off, advanced booked for a week today. I have been too mean to buy the RSGB books, but found the Harrow radio club have a good series of videos on the Intermediate and Cornish Radio club have a fair series on the advanced (both on youtube).

Struggled to find any decent mock papers though.

Radio tutor is good but my invigilator warned me that it doesn't cover the most recent syllabus and have had some issues with other candidates relying too heavily on it.
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